252,936 conceptual high-design Kitchen Design Photos

Marcus McKenzie, Radical Design
Luna Kitchen
are gone! The design utilized all parts of the cart. Cart-basket tops are sliced and used for upper cabinets. Cart seat was transformed into a shelf or folded and welded into a dish rack. Existing MDF counter pieces are wrapped in sheet metal and re-used. The savings through these design decisions allowed
This unique situation required a careful design response. The dilapidated wooden cabinetry was completely infested by roaches and rats. The elderly owner was unable to clean the surfaces nor locate goods in the rat-nest clutter. The budget was just above zero. Thus, we fabricated the cabinets from
“looks vintage” — carollevin
White Marble Kitchen
What is the name of the ceiling , not the wood , the design ?
Design ideas for remodeling 1980's split level
Rob Klein at Conceptual Kitchens & Mill Work was the designer of this kitchen. He can be contacted at (317) 846-2090 for that information.
Rob Klein at Conceptual Kitchens & Mill Work was the designer of this kitchen. He can be contacted at (317) 846-2090
Check with Conceptual Kitchens about the pendants as our contribution to the project did not include the lighting. Thanks for the question!
Conceptual Kitchens designed this kitchen, check out their page for more info! We supplied the stone
Hi! Thanks for your interest in this kitchen! I am going to redirect you to Conceptual Kitchens though, as they designed this kitchen! You can check them out here on Houzz!
“ceiling” — donnsteele
Interiors By Darren James
Gold Coast Kitchen
result is a free flowing functional kitchen design that makes the best possible use of the available space in this long and narrow room. The existing space The original kitchen was small, cramped and non-functional. To pave the way for a larger space highly sought after by the clients, the diving wall
and finishes were incorporated to ensure high esthetic qualities as well as top performance. This was created by creatively combining an array of high end materials and textures: The piano finish ‘Ebony Macassar’ natural veneer, black painted glass, automotive high gloss grey lacquer, stainless steel, Calacutta
James to design and build their dream kitchen they wanted premium quality in every detail: design, materials, workmanship and finish. This project clearly demonstrates what is possible when you combine good design, the latest technical mechanisms, quality materials and handcraft production techniques – a
“island bottle rack” — nikki0e
roth sheppard architects
Vogels Residence
existing structural components and adding finished basement space for their wine cellar. Conceptually, the cooking, prep and serving area are within a double height space surrounded by the existing single story entertaining areas. The strong horizontality of the existing structure is carried across
the driving force for the project. The existing house with its strong horizontality imposed a design aesthetic that clearly identified the problem of adding volumetric space to the kitchen. Initial design direction by the clients included maximizing daylight into the space while working with the existing
Exposed beams tile floor modern design
Island w high legs - good for cleaning floors.
The architect could have hidden the structure of this home, could have wrapped the glulam beams in ½-inch drywall or painted them white. But good design prevailed.The beams are exposed and expressed with simple and clean connections. The space benefits from color and interest it would otherwise lack
“Wow” — Pauline Lee
thirdstone inc. [^]
2 Reviews
LG House - Kitchen
LG House (Edmonton Design :: thirdstone inc. [^] Photography :: Merle Prosofsky
look at the main floor design.
match the same white high gloss cabinets. If you know of any affordable countertop alternatives, please let me know. I unfortunately can't spend $4k on mine & forgot to budget for this in the reno! Thanks.
Firstly, this design is amazing! I have
love your design and generosity in sharing
thanks so much for sharing the details to your design. I'm currently working on my kitchen and baths and it's helping me a great deal to see this inspiration. You have a keen eye for modern clean design and you certainly open my eyes
ways to get one (24in width) so far we can see that we can fit it inside a tall akurum High cabinet frame(http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/84381110/#/94381510) and cut the front doors to size from abstrackt high gloss white (http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/70115875/?query=70115875#/40115867)
“White on white w grey floor” — MDB Construction
White Marble Kitchen
counter tops. This photo is from a project in which we supplied other countertops. Reach out to Conceptual Kitchens (also here on Houzz) in regards to the wood species! Thanks!
This project was done by Conceptual Kitchens, so check with them in regards to the flooring.
“Pantry” — ericb81
Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer
9 Reviews
Copper Farmhouse Sink Design
Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather
Sorry it’s taken us so long to answer your questions about the cabinet color. These cabinets were custom designed and built by a high-end cabinet company in Pennsylvania, so these colors are their proprietary finishes. In this case we used a maple cabinet, with a warm
kitchen sink since you posted your question on Houzz oh...a couple of months ago. Nonetheless, I thought I would weigh in on this discussion with a conceptual comment about patinated sinks such as the Masterpiece and Native Trails products pictured above. In my experience, copper sinks are great for clients
the delay in answering your question. Bill Fry is right; this is a traditional faucet by Waterstone. We like Waterstone products because of their high quality and looks, of course, but we also like the fact that they are the only company left out there that makes their faucets here in the United States
“sink” — Rai King
Wm Ohs Inc.
Wm Ohs Hampton Classics
This beautiful kitchen features cabinets from the Wm Ohs Hampton Classics line. Rob Klein Conceptual Kitchens Indianapolis, IN
Hello, this island is 36'' high and 4 ft deep.
Thanks for your inquiry! The bar stools were not within our scope of work and unfortunately we have no further information. We suggest visiting your local design center showroom and they can help you select a similar look
Thanks for your inquiry! The specialty designs were not within our scope of work and unfortunately we have no further information. We suggest visiting your local design center and they can help you select a similar look. Good luck!
Hello! The chairs were custom made - and while these are outside our scope of design other Houzz users have found Lee Jofa's "Crewel Indigo" as a similar pattern. Thank you for your inquiry!
“Color on the ceiling” — christy3t
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