663 pros Kitchen Design Photos

Brilliant! Lighting & Design
2 Reviews
OB Kitchen 2
beam. Pros- has the old fashioned, modern style. affordable. good lighting. sound would be clear. Cons- looks undone. this would look good in a living room or kitchen.
Open bean ceiling. Pros it looks cozy and warm, It makes the room look bigger. It might get really dusty, it can get in the way.
Open beam Pros - makes the room look really big, the sounds would echo cause the ceiling is so high and I love how bright it looks. Cons - hard to maintain and keep clean, and I imagine the room would get really hot quickly. I would put this in my hallway or living room.
Open Beam pros - ifs the open beams were with a high ceiling it would make the room feel more open and larger than it really is. cons - Echo if ceiling is high. and if the beams are dark then the room will feel dark and gloomy This open beam style would be nice in a bachelor suit
“Love” — carlaj728
Fiorella Design
13 Reviews
San Jose Res 2
choice.Pros: Nothing beats marble for sheer elegance. It stands up to heat well, and because it remains perennially cool, it's a traditional choice for pastry and baking stations (read: Dough won't get too soft). Cons: Marble is very susceptible to stains, even with sealing. For that reason, it's not
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“Sink” — kjfieldwith5
Pam Chapman Architect
4 Reviews
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“gate??” — rizznyc
Eclectic Kitchen
Tiles. Pros- It looks good depending on what light is surrounded
Tile acoustical ceiling. Pros looks vintage and elegant also it makes the room look more rich. Cons it can be expensive you might not like it if you are going for more a modern feel.
Tile pros - cheap and moisture resistant cons - not always durable Found in kitchens and bathrooms
“The door” — tdeluca2
Archipelago Hawaii Luxury Home Designs
14 Reviews
The Neoteric Classic
Jalousie - pros are they're big beautiful windows that would let in a lot of air. Cons are that they wouldn't be very good in the case of a fire.
Jalousie Window: Pros - able to control the amount of air and light that comes in by rotating the panels Cons - impossible to seal; heat from your
window. Pros, very open, allows natural light and air and energy into a room. Cons Very expensive can be easier to break into a home with these windows. I would use these windows in a kitchen or living room.
“Table” — kkc20216
4 Reviews
to the pros in my opinion, and fine finishing is one of them.
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“there's something i like about this, but can't put my finger on it.” — Leah Pearlman
3 Reviews
Los Angeles Farmhouse Kitchen renovation
ElectricityPros: Electrical appliances have the option to be fueled by renewable power if you add solar panels in the future. Also, most electrical utility companies have a program where you can pay a small added cost to support green renewable power.Cons: Much of our electricity is generated from coal, which
Natural GasPros: Natural gas is a relatively inexpensive and efficient fuel source and the cleanest fossil fuel, emitting 45 percent less carbon dioxide than coal.Cons: Cooking on gas appliances introduces combustion by-products into your home, including carbon monoxide, formaldehyde and nitrogen dioxide
“KItchen Floor” — amyekellner
Frank Valdes
Bay Village Renovation
marble. Pros: Soapstone has a natural softness and depth that fits very well with older and cottage-style homes. Although it usually starts out light to medium gray, it darkens with time. (Most people enjoy the acquired patina, but you may consider this a con.) Cons: Soapstone needs polishing with oil
Pros: Durability is soapstone's top bragging right. It's not unusual in the northeast parts of the U.S. to find soapstone sinks and wood-burning stoves from the 1800s that are still functioning today, so consider this countertop a lifetime investment. Soapstone is a terrific material for the
“soap stone counters” — rara0529
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