2,648 carpet Kitchen Design Photos

Orion Design, Inc.
9 Reviews
A Light Grace
Ideabooks2,782
Questions7
Carpet in kitchen
Love the carpet...Cabinet @ carpet
“beam cabnet” — darktree
Adi Tatarko
kim kitchen 3
Ideabooks3,112
Questions10
Oriental and Persian cousins, but they have a distinct history and style of their own. In technical terms, the main difference is the weaving method: Carpets have separately knotted strands bound by wefts to form the pile, while kilims are crafted by interweaving warps and wefts on an upright loom to create
“Western decor” — Jill Downard
janicemarie
Canadian Cottage
Ideabooks14,706
Questions8
Hardwood flooring. Before carpet became de rigeur, hardwood floors were the norm, and they complement cottage kitchen style. You can either leave the planks bare to show the natural
7. Hardwood flooring. Before carpet became de rigeur, hardwood floors were the norm, and they complement cottage kitchen style. You can either leave the planks bare to show the natural
“Those floors!!” — jkelman0122
Kress Jack At Home
6 Reviews
Modern Farmhouse
Ideabooks1,197
Questions4
The first floor had oppressively low ceilings, shag carpeting, outdated tiles and closed-in rooms. The homeowners love to entertain extended family and friends and needed a more open plan. Blowing out the wall
The first floor had oppressively low ceilings, shag carpeting, outdated tiles and closed-in rooms. The homeowners love to entertain extended family and friends and needed a more open plan. Blowing out the wall between the living room and the kitchen was one of the most important moves Jack made. “Now
“Sign on wall” — adonwen
Design By Lisa
7 Reviews
Mid-Century Butler's Pantry
Ideabooks8,838
Questions7
We actually made this rug using commercial carpet tiles that we cut down to form a pattern. Look at FLOR. They have a great selection of carpet tiles that you can use to create a rug. Good luck!
Carpet squares on floor and upper cabinet design
funky carpet (not for kitchen, for somewhere else)
tiles cupboards carpet
Carpet colors
“hardware” — aaronplant
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
House 18
Ideabooks2,336
Questions5
between the kitchen and dining areas, as shown here, where floor coverings (such as tiles, concrete and cork) are more practical than others (such as carpet or solid wood) but may not suit the look and feel of the surrounding space.More: 7 Kitchen Flooring Materials That’ll Treat Your Feet
“tile transition” — kyleycox
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
14 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Ideabooks3,640
Questions7
it—are tougher to fix. Furniture eventually will leave permanent dents unless you place it on protective coasters to offset the pressure. As with carpeting, sunlight will fade it over time.Also, cork doesn’t always work well in damp areas. Although its natural waxiness repels moisture,standing water can
“This is our dishwasher - no handle” — angelatelly
Emery & Associates Interior Design
3 Reviews
Kathia's Old Kitchen
Ideabooks9,458
Questions6
(particularly for a small space where you could get away with an offcut) and simply laid on top of existing flooring, secured only at the edge with carpet tape (check it won’t mark the existing floor in an inconspicuous corner first).Tell us: how how you have customised your rented kitchen?
“don't like upper cabinets” — desparatedesign
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