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Smith & Vansant Architects PC
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Kitchen Transformation
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have a similar table with deep apron that made it difficult to get a chair under so we had 4 inch wooden "boots" made to match the legs. It is not obvious that the legs were extended.
than to suggest contacting a salvage house like Vermont Salvage in White River Junction, VT. These dimensions might help: the overall width is four feet three inches and has two bowls. Please also see some of the other posts to this question, some other salvage suppliers might have something similar
Good guess! It is actually back about two feet from this image on the right. There is a thick zone in the plane of the stairs which we used for storage and microwave on the left and the fridge on
It is actually back about two feet from this image on the right. There is a thick zone in the plane of the stairs which we used for storage and microwave on the left and the fridge
“different idea for sink” — bjerni4080
Andre Rothblatt Architecture
6 Reviews
Chef's Kitchen
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Here is a similar red stool, available at wayfair.com: http://www.wayfair.com/International-Concepts-29-Saddle-Seat-Barstool-in-Red-1S64-683-WI1510.html?refid=GPA49-WI1510&gclid=CIaUnLjB2qsCFUnc4Aod5h64PA
furnishings with a small footprint. Select slim chairs, streamlined stools & narrow tables that don't eat up valuable floor space. Avoid chunky furniture legs / thick bases, wh/ add visual bulk.
small footprint. Select petite islands, slim chairs, streamlined stools and narrow tables that don't eat up valuable floor space. Avoid chunky furniture legs or thick bases, which add visual bulk.
small footprint. Select petite islands, slim chairs, streamlined stools and narrow tables that don't eat up valuable floor space. Avoid chunky furniture legs or thick bases, which add visual bulk.
“Stove” — Vanessa Smith
Actual-Size Architecture
Kitchen Island
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like the foot rest and stool with room for shelves at your feet
Slate looking island with pedestal legs. Might be good for open space.
Island on legs for lighter look
extra space in the middle." Ahmann suggests making your island 3 feet wide, as that tends to look best — although sometimes a width of 2 feet is the best fit. The length can be as few as 4 feet, but he suggests planning for at least 7 feet if you need to accommodate a sink, a dishwasher and a cooktop.
“I like the. Storage solutions” — belinda952
Lankford Design Group
Modern Kitchen
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but without the wrapping of the Stainless on the top and onto the sides as is shown in the photo. Also Stainless cabinetry without the restaurant legs or feet as shown in the photo but rather standard toe kick. With so many options available and not knowing what your situation or size of your space or
the cost? By the way, I love the legs on the cabinets. Also, what sort of wood did you use for the floor?
Hello Esther. You could get cabinetry like that from our firm. That cabinetry you see illustrated is a specific design meant to look like a unit or a furniture piece. We then had our cabinetmaker
on the planet including this style known as the Venetian. we also supply the worlds largest range of Venetian Crystal / Murano Glass mirrors and furniture. We can have any chandelier style customised in any colour and size you want to suit any applicaiton either Marine, Residential or Commercial. We
“the hutch” — livgryl
Divine Kitchens LLC
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Divine Kitchens LLC
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Can someone, please, tell me what that style of leg is called. The chrome leg on the room divider/shelving.
Wegner Three-Legged Shell Chair 1963
In this very open space, the island ends in a fabulous display area that looks like furniture. This concept blurs the line between cooking and living areas.
This three-legged shell chair is called the CH07, produced in 1963. Surprisingly, the three-legged number was not exactly a smashing success. Luckily it was given a second chance in the 1990s, and now super-chic architects and interior designers are snapping them up as fast as they can.
In this very open space, the island ends in a fabulous display area that looks like furniture. This concept blurs the line between cooking and living areas.
“Wegner Three-Legged Shell Chair 1963” — susanaelysa
Cass Cheesar Architects, LLC
2 Reviews
Brentwood Addition
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Cabinets on feet
ikea legs...like the legs...Cabinets on legs
“maybe best one?” — jenwro27a
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
NW 13th Avenue Loft
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Or they could actually be vintage finds: http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/seating/side-chairs/rare-early-set-of-4-charles-eames-dkw-dowel-leg-dining-chairs/id-f_1022664/
is a blog and it's picture about a restaurant that has similar chairs. http://www.youaretheriver.com/2012/05/i-absolutely-love-tasting-kitchen-food.html?m=1
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Incorporated
Gallery Loft
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much best case scenario for your island. http://cardinalcaster.com/top-plate-casters/light-duty/4-x-1-1-4-polyurethane-swivel-caster-w-top-lock-brake.html
try a ready-made freestanding piece to add extra storage and a surface for working and eating. Why not add a new top to a freestanding piece of furniture and extend the edge for an eating counter? The minimum overhang would be 25-30cm, but there are a few considerations to note when extending the top
kitchen island cart double as a table where the family can sit, consider an open cart rather than a solid island. That way you have space to put your legs and can sit more comfortably.
budget, try a ready-made freestanding piece to add extra storage and a surface for working and eating.Why not add a new top to a freestanding piece of furniture and extend the edge for an eating counter? The minimum overhang would be 25-30cm, but there are a few considerations to note when extending the top
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