10,407 french chest Kitchen Design Photos

Adrienne DeRosa
3 Reviews
Lu-In+Dave: Squirrel Hill, PA
Ideabooks5,115
Questions8
two doors...so why not a solid and a french
Out swing French door w/ interior sliding screen w/ bar door hardware.
“Puerta” — atamoros
Rick & Cindy Black Architects
French Place Cottage
Ideabooks8,086
Questions6
French Place Cottage...French kit
“Shelving” — codi28
Arnal Photography
10 Reviews
Model Home
Ideabooks2,893
Questions7
country french with grey and white but mike does not like country french
“coin cafĂ©” — redford70
Jenny Baines, Jennifer Baines Interiors
6 Reviews
West HIlls - Kitchen
Ideabooks18,078
Questions20
griddle or grill accessory with a stainless cover. I don't think this is a French top, since it's elevated. Most range manufacturers offer either a metal
to more info) and you'll see the tag. It is a Residential Nova Burner - French Top :) Rhoda ...
“Hood” — Alison Ray
Ash Creek Photo
Architectural/Real Estate
Ideabooks2,564
Questions6
should be getting our new fridge today. I was inspired by houzz to look at French Door Refrigerators such as this one. I was convinced that I'd want to buy
turned out to be much shallower than I expected. So, I opted against the french door style. Suggest you check out refrigerators in person before you buy
“backsplash” — bkoenig12
Kitchen Classics - Charles Heller
4 Reviews
French Country
Ideabooks3,666
Questions9
in knotty alder combines with Vermont Soapstone countertops and reclaimed French Provencal tile flooring to create a warm and inviting entertainment kitchen
French Country
“Cinnamon glaze knotty cabinet” — Janelle Deen
FGY Architects
6 Reviews
Woodside Estate
Ideabooks618
Questions7
matched a "weathered" look of old french homes
Thank you for the complement. The countertop is marble. The cabinets are french oak. The cabinetry details
“stone wall” — scarey1
Leland Interiors, LLC
11 Reviews
Log Cabin Kitchen
Ideabooks3,301
Questions10
Nashville. It is open to the living room and dining room. An antique pair of French Doors can be seen on the left; were bought in France with the original cremone
Hickory done right. Also like the French doors and the exposed wood and beams on the ceiling over kitchen.
“Adding more cupboards to the kitchen” — Christine Davis
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