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Mina Brinkey
6 Reviews
M Houzz: Bay Residence
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old factory cart into an eye-catching workspace and focal point in their kitchen. The bottom shelf provides lots of storage space.
The family’s kitchen island is an old factory cart; it sports unique items such as a bottle holder found on a flea market trip. The charming lantern chandelier
an older home. A typical island was not for them, so they turned an old factory cart into an eye-catching workspace and focal point in their kitchen. The
This is a vintage factory cart. : )...Island out of a factory cart...old factory cart as a kitchen island
“Kitchen Island” — pattondan
Aura Construction
Old Factory, NW1
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Old Factory, NW1...factory windows...old factory - wooden beams...Old factory kitchen
“hate the lighting, love the feel” — Sunny Eaton
Christian Gladu Design
7 Reviews
Ferguson
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5. Concrete. Concrete was widely utilized in old factories, mills and workshops for both flooring and structural work. Because of its strength, low cost
cost and durability, this material worked well in 19th-century industrial factories.Get this look: Staining and polishing are popular and relatively affordable
“Blk” — Angela Martello_Vitrano
Loudoun Custom Cabinets
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Stainless Steel Drawers and Roll-Out Shelves from Dura Supreme
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center stile for support. Cost: $400 to $1,000 for a new cabinet with one factory-installed 12- to 36-inch wide rollout; $525 to $1,300 for a new cabinet
center stile for support. Cost: $400 to $1,000 for a new cabinet with one factory-installed 12- to 36-inch wide rollout; $525 to $1,300 for a new cabinet
center stile for support. Cost: $400 to $1,000 for a new cabinet with one factory-installed 12- to 36-inch wide rollout; $525 to $1,300 for a new cabinet
center stile for support. Cost: $400 to $1,000 for a new cabinet with one factory-installed 12- to 36-inch wide rollout; $525 to $1,300 for a new cabinet
“I want these roll-out drawers instead of the lower cabinets.” — Dana Dickson
DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
59 Reviews
A Modern Miami Home
Ideabooks10,592
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wonderful glossy finish. This particular application is referred to as a factory finish. Heavy-duty epoxy paint is uniformly applied to the reverse side
wonderful glossy finish. This particular application is referred to as a factory finish. Heavy-duty epoxy paint is uniformly applied to the reverse side
“Love colour of lacquer cabinets. Soft eggshell” — ginnylovelace
Narita Architects
14 Reviews
Newton Residence
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This is a factory finish called Toffee. It's a glazed finish on Maple.
his is a factory finish called Toffee. It's a glazed finish on Maple. from Kraftmaid
PRO Narita Architects This is a factory finish called Toffee. It's a glazed finish on Maple. 0 Likes December
“Layout” — ansetha
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
KitchenLab
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I want to paint my island, you had mentioned factory finish. What does that mean? Can I just buy high gloss black or try to find
black. I wanted it to look like a factory finish as much as possible.
Yes, the island is painted black, and it's a factory finished paint so it's not really
reply. I just might do that. One question: we live in a converted clock factory in Brooklyn with a lot of industrial details, wood beams, exposed brick
Factory lights and metal shop stools inject a modern, masculine sensibility into
“Black island with light cabinets” — h_vward
Tess Fine
Shy Rabbit Farm
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Questions8
heart pine floors. Many of these floors are sawn from the beams of old factories and warehouses. The lengths and widths are from the old world long leaf
been newly milled, such as these antique heart pine planks cut from old factory or warehouse beams. Typically, these are stained and finished with several
been newly milled, such as these antique heart pine planks cut from old factory or warehouse beams. Typically, these are stained and finished with several
“window divider” — mayble1love
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