Studio William Hefner
1 Review
Trousdale
Ideabooks445
Questions1
James Ray Spahn
“Photo shelves” — dkuhnau212
Traditional Kitchen
Ideabooks6,614
Questions7
“Floor” — jdrori
Lorin Hill, Architect
4 Reviews
High-Rise Condo
Ideabooks4
Questions0
John Bedell Photography
Harry Braswell Inc.
6 Reviews
GREEN with Envy: LEED Certified Whole House Renovation
Ideabooks220K
Questions134
LEED Certified renovation of existing house.
“Dining table idea” — katie963
Berghuis Construction LLC
17 Reviews
Mid-century Modern Urban infill
Ideabooks143
Questions1
photos by Kaity
“Nice” — gazelle99
Crisp Architects
52 Reviews
New York Transformation
Ideabooks77,539
Questions15
Photography by Rob Karosis
“Pantry and entry door with panels and glass” — pkroneck
Southern Living
What They Did
Ideabooks44,869
Questions16
Furthering her plan to enhance the room's architecture, Suzanne turned one corner of the kitchen into a cheery dining area with an L-shaped built-in bench that mimics the cabinetry. To keep the dining nook cozy (not restaurant-like) she surrounded the metal bistro table with slipcovered armchairs and hung a sparkly chandelier above. Using the same patterned fabric on the wind...More
“Cute corner table/bench” — Sherry Turner
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Driggs Designs
1 Review
Kitchen
Ideabooks96,551
Questions103
Traditional kitchen with painted white cabinets, a large kitchen island with room for 3 barstools, built in bench for the breakfast nook and desk with cork bulletin board.
“Window treatment” — pkroneck
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