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800 luxury inlaid furniture Kitchen Design Photos
Antique Building Materials, Inc.
Fletcher Horn @ ABMWOOD.COM ... Antique Materials
Love the floor pattern. I have a similar pattern in my kitchen but instead of the wood with inlaid travertine, I have mocha marble mosaic where the wood is and then inlaid travertine. Right now I am trying to decide whether to continue the same pattern into the adjoining family room
slightly darken. This is always a trial and error situation. I'll add photos of a small island top I made from antique white oak, my much PREFERRED furniture and flooring species. This appearance was created with a Pecan stain, with a nominal amount of walnut stain. Note: purchase disposable, plastic
determine your favorite mix, you can then extrapolate the mix in greater volume if needed. Last note: always check the color in the room in where the furniture will be placed. Trust that specific lighting in different areas of the house WILL greatly affect the appearance. Good luck and please let me know
Cooper Pacific Kitchens
Very custom splash. Made from water jet cut stone, inlaid with stainless steel bars and keys.
splash. Made from water jet cut stone, inlaid with stainless steel bars and keys.
The defining appliance for just how luxury your kitchen can be-several good companies on the market
Kathleen Walsh Interiors, LLC
traditional white and blue kitchen
work with, we can advise on the cabinetry style and layout and appliances, and then we pull it all the details together for you: hardware, plumbing, furniture, fabrics, paint, lighting, accessories etc. We answer all your needs and give you the look you want. We facetime meetings so we all speak live and
Inlaid wood in counter. Would like a more natural piece of wood without formed or cut edge.
8. Choose luxurious finishes and details. A traditional home, more than one in any other style, tends to be fully decorated, with no detail left to chance. If you want to go more traditional, look beyond your furniture to your walls, floors, light fixtures and hardware
Dara Rosenfeld Design
Consider re-upholstering an accent furniture piece in a pattern with a tropical motif. Balance the look by keeping the surrounding furniture in solids. And, while you’re at it, hang a colorful painting of a palm tree within sight!
Threaded ceiling with inlaid light
decor/ wood/ pictures/ furniture
furniture for hawaii
The bamboo furniture
Tim Wood Limited
interior designer, based in central London, for her own home. She was very keen to have a kitchen inspired by Biedermeier furniture. Biedermeier was an influential style of furniture design from Germany in the early 1800s, based on utilitarian principles. It came to describe a simpler interpretation of
Terry M. Elston, Builder
Forest Creek Retreat
bentwood luxury cabinets
Winder Gibson Architects
Shroff Residence Kitchen
unit into an open plan that is both informal and luxurious. Marble and finely grained quartersawn maple create a simple aesthetic that runs in variations throughtout all of the rooms of this complete interior re-build. The use of waterjet cut, hand inlaid onyx lotus flowers creates an evocative entry.
L. Cramer Builders + Remodelers
L. Cramer Builders + Remodelers
L. Cramer Luxury Home Kitchen Photography: Jill Greer Architecture: Ben Nelson Furnishings: Gabberts Design Studio
Gabberts Design Studio. You can reach Lori at 952-927-1500 and just let her know you liked the bowl from the kitchen pictures at the L. Cramer Medina Luxury Home. Have a great day!
through Filament Lighting. Feel free to give them a call at 952-926-5007 and talk to Todd. Just mention the fixture was in the kitchen of the 2009 Luxury Home Tour with L. Cramer. Good luck!
contact Lori Berg at 952-927-1500 and she can provide specific information. You should let her know you like the kitchen stools in the L. Cramer Medina Luxury Home. Good luck!
Filament Lighting. If you call 952-926-5007 and ask for Todd, he can assist you. Just let him know you like the island light fixture from the L. Cramer Luxury Home in Medina. Good luck! Jennifer Cramer-Miller L. Cramer