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Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
How do you use area rugs in the kitchen?
Can you please tell me where the rugs are from?
where did you find the rugs?
Where did you get and what kind of rug is the one in the fore front?
is not a Rugknots rug but if you are in the market for an affordable, hand-knotted, custom oriental rug feel free to check us out here on Houzz, we are also on Pinterest, and Facebook and our website is Rugknots.com. We have a wonderful FREE web app that you can use to see what a rug will look like in
What wonderful rugs! And, is your AGA black or dark blue? And what color are your countertops? Yours is a perfect kitchen.
The one in the background is -- believe it or not -- from IKEA and the one in the foreground is from my favorite rug shop in LA, Rugs and Art, 436 S. Robertson
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Cayman granite supplied by Norwood Marble & Granite in Brentwood, MD. Check out the designers Houzz page: April Case Underwood - http://www.houzz.com/pro/awood21/april-case-underwood Thank you! Case Design/Remodeling Inc.
Check out the project designer April Case Underwood and her personal Houzz
I appreciate it. I'm in Upper Marlboro. I've checked out the recommendations here, but so far nothing clicks. It could be the monitor! :) I'll look them up and check Prosource. I still love this tile! Thanks for getting back to me.
Thank you for the compliment! Check out the designer April Case Underwood and all the gorgeous kitchens she has designed! http://www.houzz.com/user/awood21 - Case Design/Remodeling
Marlene Wangenheim AKBD, CAPS, Allied Member ASID
Old world elegance meets today's today's contemporary space requirements
what kind of pattern is the tile laid in
What kind of tile is this? I love the soft color and diagonal pattern in which it is laid.
hi, can u tell me the size of the porcelain tiles on the floor? is this a relatively easy pattern to achieve?
photo and they told me that they have done it, but I continue to get more comments/questions about this photo than any other one on my site. Please re check for the photo that you seek. I will make sure that it is uploaded for you to see. Thanks for the question..........the cabinets are a sage green with
careful with islands. Make sure there is a comfortable 36" or more (39" even better, 42" best) In a two cook kitchen the aisles should be as wide as 48". Check NKBA.org for some great ideas on how to layout a kitchen. good luck, mw
What is the material and pattern name of the counter tops
I will check the drawings and get back to you as soon as possible
Thank you for your interest. It has actually been a while and I do not recall if this was a convection microwave or not. I'll double check and get back to you asap
I'll have to check the drawings and get back to you asap.
I am not sure of the exact manufacturer I would have to check with the owner, however, House of Knobs Fashionable Finishes
I will check drawings and get back to you asap
McGonigal Signature Homes
McGonigal Signature Homes
Checked Red Deer Lighting site, can not find lights over the island. Please any info would be most appreciated.
What kind of rug is below the dining table?
Really love those chairs, and am curious about the fuzzy rug below them as well.
I love those chairs and that pattern. Where can I purchase them?
Check Top Knobs, Atlas Homewares and Amerock for the handles.
Thank you! It is a rug from HomeSense Canada. It's like Ross and TJ Maxx in the USA. It's just a fuzzy soft white rug. The chairs were from there too.
maker is of this stone in specific, but Eldorado Stone makes a very similar stone profile called Cottonwood European Ledge shown in the photo below. Check us out at the link provided for more information! http://ow.ly/tLpS0
Inspire Your Space
I like the pattern (or lack of it). I'm redoing my kitchen and I'm stuck at countertop selection. I don't want quite as much pattern/movement as granite has; but the patterns I like are marble which just isn't right for me because it can stain
stain too easily with any acidic product spill. Is there anything with marble-like patterns but the durability of granite and quartz?
create depth and focal points by using larger pieces here and there - a large bright canvas on the wall, an oversized floor lamp, a large colourful rug. These types of accessories can make all the difference. Also don't feel that just because your space is small that your furniture has to be too.
Check entertaining supplies and restock as needed. If you are hosting for Thanksgiving or another big fete this year, think through your menu in advance and check to make sure you have all of the cooking tools, cookware and table-setting supplies you will need. It's better to know now if you don't have
Venegas and Company
looking for a travertine floor that looks just like that. Can't seem to find it in those neutral colors. I love the very chiseled edge and versaillles pattern.
Yes please check http://www.houzz.com/photos/181282/Hundi-Lantern-traditional-pendant-lighting- , you can also check http://www.houzz.com/photos/products/clear-lantern-pendant-lights for similar options
Thank you for your inquiry! This is a 36" wide Wolf gas cooktop. This job was completed a few years ago so you should definitely check out the Wolf website for current models. There is also a Wolf 30" double oven, Wolf built-in microwave with 30" wide trim kit, Subzero refrigerator
tile could possibly this http://www.glasstilestore.com/shop-by-colors-now/beige-cream/crema-morfill-1-2-x-1-classic-brick-pattern-marble-mosaic-tiles-creamamorfill-brick-pattern.html but since your floor is dark, I'd suggest a backsplash that unites the lighter color of the cabinets and the dark color
Moon Bros Inc
The tile looks like 2x6 tile in a herringbone pattern. In this light the tile looks more brown. Try same of these glazes by Pratt and Larson to achieve this tile. C600 metallic glaze and C70
Check out the mini cargo pendant by Wilmette Lighting.
Check out www.marvamarble.com .... Look under collections
Looks like it could be granite Breccia Montana ! Check it out @ http://www.thestonecollection.com