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Tongue & Groove
11 Reviews
open kitchen
Ideabooks16,828
Questions18
Templates are usually done in one of two ways. The low-tech way is to use strips of thin luan plywood and a hot glue gun to form rectangles that fit the spaces in your kitchen. High-tech templates may use paper targets placed around the kitchen and photographs of the spaces in a process called photogrammetry
Time to templateTemplates are usually done in one of two ways. The low-tech way is to use strips of thin plywood and a hot glue gun to form rectangles that fit the spaces in your kitchen. High-tech templates may involve paper targets placed around the kitchen, or your installer may use a laser
“Good discussion on this beautiful kitchen.” — rbcola
Hart Wright Architects, AIA
3 Reviews
San Francisco Remodel
Ideabooks3,700
Questions8
For herringbone floors the wood (or tile in this case) is not cut at an angle, but in rectangles that are laid in a broken zigzag pattern.
herringbone floor (tile) not chevron! notice not cut at angle, but in rectangles that are laid in a broken zigzag pattern!!
For herringbone floors the wood (or tile, as in this case) is not cut at an angle, but in rectangles that are laid in a broken zigzag pattern. If you look closely, you can see that the pieces of flooring here do not come to a sharp point, as in a
herringbone floors the wood (or tile, as in this case) is not cut at an angle, but in rectangles that are laid in a broken zigzag pattern. If you look closely, you can see that the pieces of flooring here do not come to a sharp point,
“darker wood cabinets - too overwhelming if cabinets got to ceiling? Check out floor.” — smtatom
Janel Campbell, CKD,CBD,CAPS/Neil Kelly Company
10 Reviews
NW Contemporary Kitchen
Ideabooks7,716
Questions10
available: an angular roofline and windows, a curved hood and countertop, wall cabinets with shifting heights and sizes that enhance the squares and rectangles. In addition to the various shape-related elements, there are multiple layers of materials, such as natural and painted wood tones, stone tile, glass
available: an angular roofline and windows, a curved hood and countertop, wall cabinets with shifting heights and sizes that enhance the squares and rectangles. In addition to the various shape-related elements, there are multiple layers of materials, such as natural and painted wood tones, stone tile,
“Wood color and charcoal cabimets” — rnsaito
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Designer
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Sarah Richardson Design
Ideabooks6,949
Questions6
HerringboneA pattern often confused with chevron, herringbone is created by placing rectangles in a staggered zigzag pattern, as shown here. It is commonly found in tilework and parquet floors. In textiles herringbone most often appears in tweed.
“Herringbone tiles” — andreelav
Auhaus Architecture
Bluff House Kitchen, void
Ideabooks1,228
Questions4
Add some voluptuous curvesVersatility is timber’s middle name so why not make the most of it and take a more artistic approach to your kitchen? Rectangles are so last year.
“Benchtop” — bandia69
ABRAMS
Steven Gambrel Time and Place
Ideabooks13,307
Questions25
You can repeat more than one basic shape in a single space. Circles and rectangles play tug of war in this kitchen, and as a result, the energy in the room skyrockets.
“gorgeous lamp” — brtlee81
Mark English Architects, AIA
9 Reviews
Olive Tree Lane
Ideabooks4,372
Questions10
deep orange and soft black act as modern graphics against a neutral canvas. Translucent chairs and thin pendants don't interfere with the strong rectangles of color. No need for additional artwork here!
“I like the island in color and the lowers in white with the white counter tops, how about red instea” — huebert
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
8 Reviews
Helena 2
Ideabooks5,233
Questions11
Don't open a swing door until you check to make sure the coast is clear. Windows, whether plain rectangles or portholes like the one here, keep you from bumping into someone on the other side of the door.
“black, white, wood metal combination. apron sink, industial style lights, open and glass shelving” — Sarah NLucas
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