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Struthers Dias Architects
5 Reviews
Modern Traditions: Mid-Century Oven
pattern of back splash, not sure if color would go
9. Make sure your small appliances are available. If you have to go digging through a messy cabinet and looking for all of the pieces, chances are that you won’t use it. Let the Crock-Pot, juicer, food processor and other small appliances clutter up the countertops if it will make you slow cook that
9. Make sure your small appliances are availableIf you have to go digging through a messy cabinet and looking for all of the pieces, chances are that you won’t use it. Let the juicer, food processor and other small
“pattern of back splash, not sure if color would go” — marykay25
ras-a, inc.
7 Reviews
Kitchen 2
I like! we go UP by 1" for the dining room table-DS
Kitchen. Consider which tools you rarely use but feel you "should" have in the kitchen. If you don't actually use these things, consider letting them go.Food processor: For some a daily essential. For others a dust gatherer.Salad spinner: What about gently wrapping the leaves in a dish towel instead?Highly
some time and are feeling good about the progress you have made, consider taking things a step further. Downsize to a smaller, easier-to-maintain space, go paperless or challenge yourself to get rid of things you don't use.Get the guide: Surprising Ways to Pare Down at Home
“Mesa deste tipo” — fabioyanaguita
Adrienne Chinn
Adrienne Chinn Design
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Or go for something much bolder, like this bright blue armoire.What Gustavian elements does your home have? Share a photo in the Comments section below!
schemes with blue. Bright, clear blue paired with crisp white is a popular scheme in both traditional Swedish and American country interiors. You can’t go wrong with this combination — it’s as refreshing and simple as a clear blue winter sky above a field of snow.
“Blue hutch” — di_luong
Pinney Designs
8 Reviews
Back Bay
I don't think I like how the backsplash doesn't go up to the ceiling.
The upper cabinets go all the way to the ceiling, to make use of every available inch. Keeping all the cabinetry white prevents it from feeling heavy. Pinney purposely avoided decorative lighting, sticking with recessed and undercabinet options for a clean aesthetic. Calacatta marble countertops match
differ from commercial-style ranges primarily in terms of power — wattage for electric ranges and BTUs (British thermal units) for gas ranges. We're going to stick to gas ranges for the purposes of this ideabook. Just as with automobiles, higher power usually means a higher price. Standard residential
“electric range” — seleeman
Cindy Smetana Interiors
8 Reviews
Mediterranean Haven
hammered copper for less fingerprint problems. love these faucet fixtures. nice light fixtures if we go with drops. ties out the mix of metals
according to the manufacturer's recommendations. Cost: $500 to $1,200 but can go up depending on gauge and any hand-crafted detailing.More: Antibacterial Copper Gives Kitchens a GleamTell us: Homeowners and design pros, what's your go-to kitchen sink?Browse Kitchen Sinks on Houzz
“Sink” — Julie Fitzsimmons
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
The Passage
Counter top marbles are orgeous, but if you are going to stress about scratches and etchings then I wouldn't suggest it. You need to be willing to accept that there will be eventual "flaws", even with sealer
their kitchen to look like everyone else's, so they asked Verbridge for her advice on making a big, unexpected move. "My impulsive first instinct was to go with the cobalt blue range and hood," she says. "It kind of came out of nowhere, except that I was inspired by their love for a Scandinavian aesthetic
architect Jean Verbridge’s mind went straight to this cobalt range and vent hood. It is a stunning focal point in this seaside kitchen.Tip: If you’re going with stainless steel for your other appliances, stainless accents on the colored appliances and vent hood can help tie everything together. Range: 48-inch
“bookcase” — Cheryl Ray
Katie Emmons Design
1 Review
Vintage Kitchen
sweet dog...but thank you. That shot wasn't planned at all....he just kept creeping into the shots, and laying down. So I told the photographer to go with it. Thank you so much for your comment.
adjusting its length — adding more or less — until the proportion is pleasing to you.Keep in mind that most of us tend to go too short rather than too long, so if there is any doubt, go longer. You will also get a good read on how the valance or shade will affect your light. (Just a word of advice: Don’t
“Curtain fabric, natural bake center, white cabinets” — lauralolli
Atmosphere Interior Design Inc.
1 Review
Sask Cres Kitchen
When I don't get a response from my question, I will go to the website of the designer. I e-mailed the designer and she said they were custom made. Check out these counter stools. I am purchasing them for
Or go extra long. Don’t let a narrow kitchen stop you from maximizing usable space. Go for an extra long design that still supplies you plenty of counter space and enough seating for the entire family
“Cool with warm wood” — heth1730
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