54 glam living Kitchen Design Photos

VTS Homes
5 Reviews
Twickenham Historic Renovation and Addition
I love the textured element to the island. Cabinets are gourgeous. I want this in live edge and maybe for the dining table.
If we walled off the current nook area from the living room, we would have this same space.
“I like wood island” — kriely
Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Ana Williamson
snack bar Calligaris Ice Stool, Gas Lift | YLiving The Ice Stool with Gas Lift is designed for everyday use with an eye to satisfying the living needs of today's homes. As with all Calligaris products, the quality in construction of the Ice Stool, Gas Lift is a result of careful selection of
“I like the lighting and windows in the kitchen” — claykaren
Kelso Architects
12 Reviews
Hillside House with Japanese Influences
Like the island dividing living room from kitchen
“chairs” — shamlala
Encircle Design and Build
6 Reviews
Ranch Conversion Portland Oregon
indoor-outdoor living
live edge...open living space...live edge shelving
“live edge shelving” — dinalattin
Jordan Iverson Signature Homes
12 Reviews
Kitchen & Breakfast Bar area
Living Room Layout (Bay window, Fireplace, walkway from main entrance, only 1 main wall.
Hello, we have a small living room. Bay window and entrance from front door on one wall, a large stone fireplace that comes
the wraparound counter space that separates the kitchen from the living room
“counter” — yakiemek
serrao design/architecture
potrero hill
colorful modern home. The new design is modest in space but generous in material and detailing. An interactive relationship between the kitchen and living spaces was created with cabinetry that stretches to link the rooms spatially and functionally. The dynamic wall cabinet incorporates open and closed
“all three paint colours I'm debating” — kithen123
Cheng Design
2 Reviews
House 2 - Mammoth Lakes
Fu-Tung Cheng, CHENG Design • Kitchen Island overlooking Living Room and Fireplace, Mammoth Lakes home The entry way is the focal point of this mountain home, with a pared concrete wall leading you into a "decompression" chamber as foyer - a place to shed your coat and come in from the cold in the
substantial lines. Concrete, flagstone, stainless steel and zinc are warmed with the coupling of maple cabinetry and muted color palette throughout the living spaces. Photography: Matthew Millman
“Concrete work” — lhersh510
Encircle Design and Build
6 Reviews
Ranch Conversion Portland Oregon
indoor-outdoor living
open living space
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