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Rafe Churchill: Traditional Houses
7 Reviews
The New Farmhouse
use first thing in the morning are a natural place to try bright yellow, as it will have a cheering effect. In the kitchen shown here, yellow cabinets pop even more thanks to matching yellow trim.
Shaker Village, the colors are wild and surprising,” says Churchill.Hendricks says the color reflects the personality of one of the owners. “She is very vivacious, with a larger-than-life personality — and she loves bright colors,” she says.Real plaster covers the walls for an authentic look; it was lightly
use first thing in the morning are a natural place to try bright yellow, as it will have a cheering effect. In the kitchen shown here, yellow cabinets pop even more thanks to matching yellow trim.
“Love the kitchen cabinets yellow!” — Gail Van Howe
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Designer
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Martha O'Hara Interiors
88 Reviews
Kellogg Road Residence
light and bright if you're set on gray by accenting with brighter or lighter furniture and accessories. The key is to really balance the gray out with pops of color or lighter pieces in the room. If you want a warmer feel, other great neutrals are lighter taupes, beige, or even "greige," a mix of beige
Hi coulsk1! Thank you so much for the compliment - glad you got to see this home in person! Your question is a great question for the builder, REFINED LLC. You can find their information at refinedllc.com. Best of luck! Martha O'Hara Interiors
pop of color against all white plus wicker
“Table” — Robin Karr
Amy A. Alper
5 Reviews
Amy A. Alper, Architect
we're weekenders, we haven't needed to clean the hood yet but it looks easy, the parts should likely be handwashed to be on the safe side but easy to pop in and out. I've used the hood on low most of the time. only high when I'm grilling on top and putting out a lot of smoke. vents well for us all the
happy with it. Some people like the center divide in the sink to be lower than the sides, making it easier to clean larger pot and pans....so just a personal decision on how you like to use the sink.
discontinued. It was a porcelain tile that was the best facsimile of a concrete tile that I've seen. Call your local tile store and see if a sales person can help suggest something similar.
red red stove pops. magnet for knife block. lighting.
“d/n/like dark counter and floor” — Lynn Gerrits
valerie pasquiou interiors + design, inc
1 Review
VP Interiors 2010
(diarrhea brown) kitchen cabinets a sophisticated gray.....anyone have an outstanding idea??? want to pair it w/ carrera marble and tourquoise as a pop.....scared to make a mistake...HELP !
but are so important for quality of life for some people who can no longer walk (and they are modifiable, unlike scooters). Some can even stand a person up! We just purchase a KraftMaid kitchen and it was quite affordable, all-plywood with solid wood doors (less than $9000 for a 12x11' room), especially
maple work surfaces, and a steel and exposed wood drop-down table all play into a natural color palette, while classic Kartell Mademoiselle Chairs add a pop of color and pattern.
with a touch of brown are paired with a dark wood tone and natural travertine. Splashes of color in the high display cabinets and bar chairs add a personal touch.
“cozinha” — Patricia B Primo
Rethink Design Studio
3 Reviews
Kitchen + Dining + Staircase
cabinets were painted a soft gray, roughly two shades lighter than the floor, and then topped off with a Carerra honed marble. Apple red stools, quirky art, and fun colored bowls add a bit of whimsy and fun. Wall Color: SW extra white 7006 Stair Run Color: BM Sterling 1591 Floor: 6x12 Squall Slate (local
Hi Janine. The artwork was sourced from ShopSCAD, a design store that features work from the Savannah College of Art and Design faculty and alumni.
Modern mixed with natural and pop of color (but use turq instead)
Choosing themed art. Artwork is a great way to tell a story in your home, building on the other elements and really bringing your theme to life. Just remember to choose art because you love it, not only because it fits your theme. Usually this means
“modern clean blue green beachy breezy” — 22saul22
1 Review
Kenilworth Private Residence 2
seamlessly with the existing residence featuring a limestone exterior, slate mansard roofs, and copper accents. Expansive arched openings and interior art glass open up the once-segmented floor plan providing free-flowing interior spaces and an open floor plan. Taking advantage of a nearby existing ash
I think it's very likely Opal Quartzite. I saw this stuff in person... Wow it's gorgeous, like gemstone quartz that jewelry is made from! It's very translucent with light coming through the crystal. I seriously considered
I personally think quartzite isn't too cold at all - being a natural stone it feel warm and natural. Are you doing the same cabinet finish on the island and the
“Green subway tile” — Lindsey Reddy
Redbud Custom Homes
8 Reviews
5-star Green Bungalow
You will typically a minimum of 24-27" for each person for comfortable seating. This table appears to be about 48" x 60" or so, so the booth is probably about 6'x9'.
they were lovely. A quick google search of "sage green glass subway tile" brought up a lot of results, though I would highly recommend seeing them in person and / or ordering a sample to see how it works in the light of your room. Glass tiles can take on other colors and are affected by the light in a room
burnished wood of counter. hopefully storage in benches, uses the whole area and not just a 'shelf-like' narrow shelf. great natural light, will give extra pop to backsplash when sun shines.
“Range hood” — glitterj
Kenneth Brown Design
1 Review
"Pop of Color" Kitchen
table custom made by the kitchen cabinetry person. chairs are vintage knoll
"Pop of Color" Kitchen
Pop of red...Red pop
“Grey back splash” — gladitsch
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