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Turan Designs, Inc.
12 Reviews
Miller Kitchen
Ideabooks37,632
Questions34
both available. If it's a vented model, check the wattage and CFMs (cubic feet per minute) on the hood to make sure you're getting the right one for your needs. When to use: If you're limited on space in your kitchen, this is a good bet. Stylewise, it tends to looks better in an apartment or condo than
Think like a minimalist when it comes to appliances. As much as I'd love an eight-burner range and a double oven, they're just not a good fit for my small 1940s kitchen. Think about more space-efficient options when updating your stove, oven and even refrigerator. They can still be modern and functional
Microwaves. Microwaves certainly aren't the prettiest of kitchen appliances, but they're a necessity for most homes. Make the most of yours — you'd be surprised what a difference the right output and installation can make. Get the story:
“Black counters” — tamren
Vision Homes & Remodeling
Fox Hills
Ideabooks14,815
Questions16
Looks like a Thermador: http://www.ajmadison.com/cgi-bin/ajmadison/MEMCW301E.html As to whether it is the best, it depends on the features you're looking for. I replaced my oven with a Thermador and am quite happy with it. Brands can go through phases - some years are better than others (just
The cabinets look like they're veneered in walnut and the floor looks like its birch.
Everything about this stool makes me happy: the color, curve of the back, the low-maintenance and comfy leather upholstery, and the curved metal base. They're just perfect. And if orange isn't your thing, they come in other colors.
work aisles (42" to 48"), to not bump into your guests on either end. Put appliances guests are likely to use, such as icemakers, near the end so they're easier to reach without interrupting your work flow. Plan a comfortable overhang (15" for counter height, 12" for bar height), for seating, as well
“Back-painted glass back splash” — susanpastor
David Michael Miller Associates
4 Reviews
Rustic Eclectic Farmhouse
Ideabooks4,097
Questions7
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6. Have a fireside dinner. No fireplace in the dining room? Why not move your dining table into the living room for the evening? Pretend you’re in a Swiss chalet and cook up a pot of fondue to share while staring into the crackling flames. The Swiss tend to serve cheese fondue with a wide range
“Why not move your dining table into the living room for the evening? Pretend you’re in a Swiss chalet and cook up a pot of fondue to share while staring into the crackling flames.” — Laura GaskillYum. As I write this, it’s still cold
“Raised fireplace” — mcsean1278
FGY Architects
6 Reviews
Woodside Estate
Ideabooks10,428
Questions9
lol, I don't think they're saying that. I think they're saying they planned it very well such that they can swing in just perfectly. And you can't have any dirty dishes on the counter!
charming and romantic, French windows beg to be flung open. Without the crank mechanism of casement windows, these have a more old-world feel. They’re ideal placed within view of a garden, where the scent of flowers can float in on the breeze.Works with: Any style
“Kitchen” — ayersmorgan
Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
16 Reviews
Lake Residence
Ideabooks8,309
Questions29
jlburgio If you're looking for a zinc hood, then take a look at Handcrafted Metal's zinc hoods page: http://handcraftedmetal.com/zinc-range-hoods.html Hope you find something you like! If you want to order please call 800-755-0310 or email sales@handcraftedmetal.com
hoods that we have made in that style. You can then click any of the hoods displayed to see pricing and customize any dimension and feature. When you're ready to order please call us at 800-755-0310 or email sales@handcraftedmetal.com
“awesome look for another home” — Interior Focus
The Kitchen Studio of Glen Ellyn
9 Reviews
Farm Sink
Ideabooks21,062
Questions19
My personal opinion is that the floors need to be different than the cabinets. If you're trying to match, it's going to be hard. You're most likely going to get the wood for your floors from a very different place than your cabinets, so the chances of a match aren't
(shelf), called the apron, can be shaped and sized as you like. The stool can be shallow or deep, depending on what you'd like to place there and you're overall design.
(shelf), called the apron, can be shaped and sized as you like. The stool can be shallow or deep, depending on what you'd like to place there and you're overall design.
“Like this look” — angela13880
Stonewood, LLC
19 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks96,054
Questions52
Those drapes don't look like they're on a rod. How are they attached?
trying to decide what to do with our bedroom windows. We've just installed new trim, which is unfinished and doesn't match the inside of the window. We're thinking of painting the trim and inside edge but not sure what color. (Walls are sea star by Benjamin Moore) Second question is treatments. Due to
we have similar on remotesylist.com - email me what size you're after, finish and where you are are located (zip fine) and i'll pull options for you - kelly@remotestylist.com
The furnishings in this home are available through Martha O'Hara Interiors. Give us a call and let us know that you're interested in the dining chairs from the Grays Bay Luxury Home Tour house. 952.908.3150 Thanks! -Martha O'Hara Interiors www.oharainteriors.com
“The other half of the kitchen/dining room combo picture” — Susanne Rippey
Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer
9 Reviews
Copper Farmhouse Sink Design
Ideabooks54,284
Questions23
whatever) on the counter, and then has to go get a towel and wipe it down, then you're going to be annoyed right from the start with the "interesting" finish of a deliberately aged sink. It's also true that if you're the kind of person who doesn't feel a sink is properly clean if it hasn't been attacked
to clean the sink with "mild soap and water" and think to yourself, "Soap? Why bother? I'll just rinse it with warm water, what the heck," then you're golden. (OK, anyone able to say "what the heck" is a good candidate.) So what the heck, go wild: run right out and get yourself a copper sink, white
finish peeling off the bottom of the sink that we had to change it out. Masterpiece sent us a new sink, but the contractor and the client paid for the re-install--no easy feat when a sink is under-mounted in stone.
“sink” — atilanohouse
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