21,135 s.nl Kitchen Design Photos

Country Club Homes
5 Reviews
Hunting Ridge Road
Ideabooks1,694
Questions3
I love this it looks like a 1970's diner
This looks just like a 50s diner! #kitchen #retro
10. Créez un total look 50s à l’américaine !Si vous avez un budget conséquent et que vous avez toujours rêver de pouvoir manger dans un « Dinner » américain, transformez votre cuisine ! Le code couleur : noir, blanc et rouge. Côté matériaux : du carrelage en damier et une combinaison de cuir et de métal
“Dineresque” — shrim8188
Kimberley Bryan
6 Reviews
Renovated Firehouse
Ideabooks972
Questions1
that used to house the station’s single fire engine. The kitchen was originally the station’s handball court. It is now outfitted with stainless steel appliances, an oversized Kohler stainless steel sink and marble countertops. “The marble is a great work surface, plus it’s a reference to the era of the
?? NOT SURE OF THIS : A second kitchen island serves as a desk and bookshelf, and because it’s on casters, she can move it wherever extra counter space or seating is needed. ??
A second kitchen island serves as a desk and bookshelf, and because it’s on casters, she can move it wherever extra counter space or seating is needed.
clever!! A second kitchen island serves as a desk and bookshelf, and because it’s on casters, she can move it wherever extra counter space or seating is needed
“stools” — longmelico
Contemporary Kitchen
Ideabooks6,906
Questions9
Soapstone. Soapstone’s durability has made this material a top choice for hundreds of years. Its density makes it resistant to stains and bacteria, and it’s unaffected by heat. To clean it, simply wipe it down with mild soap and water.
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
Soapstone. Soapstone’s durability has made this material a top choice for hundreds of years. Its density makes it resistant to stains and bacteria, and it’s unaffected by heat. To clean it, simply wipe it down with mild soap and water. On
“Lights and beam” — bagelsk
Pennville Custom Cabinetry
3 Reviews
Swanson
Ideabooks1,398
Questions4
Instead of the expected tile backsplash, Swanson installed wood shiplap paneling as a homage to the home’s heritage. She painted it with Benjamin Moore’s Satin Impervo — an oil-based paint meant for interior trim. “It definitely made it easy to wipe down,” she says. “Using a wood
backsplash, wood shiplap paneling as a homage to the home’s heritage. She painted it with Benjamin Moore’s Satin Impervo — an oil-based paint meant for interior trim
Instead of the expected tile backsplash, Swanson installed wood shiplap paneling as a homage to the home’s heritage. She painted it with Benjamin Moore’s Satin Impervo — an oil-based paint meant for interior trim. “It definitely made it easy to wipe down,” she says. “Using a wood backsplash might not
“glass cabinet door detail” — rachelking28
robert kelly
9 Reviews
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
Ideabooks19,508
Questions16
I have a late 1940s brick colonial and want to keep the cabinet doors to something of that time.I am not sure if this style is true to the age of the home. Thanks.
in some things from the late 40s / early 50s into the design. I wanted ideas before starting to work with the contractors that will be renovating the kitchen.
These are 1920s style cabinet doors called "inset" doors and the cabinets are called "face frame". 1940s was towards the end of the depression
standard sizes change making it impossible to replace built ins from off the shelf resulting in a not so cost effective renovation. Even from the 80's to now the quality of products have changed. Yes technology is better now but those micro chips don't last for ever look at cars everything seems to
“Stove and open shelves” — Kate Lynass
Contemporary Kitchen
Ideabooks2,058
Questions4
your sink’s manufacturer doesn’t make an insert for your particular model, try the Container Store’s adjustable rack, which is great for drying cups and wineglasses.
If your sink’s manufacturer doesn’t make an insert for your particular model, try the Container Store’s adjustable
Many sink manufacturers also sell drying rack inserts, like this one. If your sink’s manufacturer doesn’t make an insert for your particular model, try the Container Store’s adjustable rack.
to resting one on the bottom — is that you still have room for more dirty dishes underneath. If your sink’s manufacturer doesn’t make an insert for your particular model, try the Container Store’s adjustable rack, which is great for drying cups and wineglasses.
“over the sink roll up drying rack; Report lmnopc I have a large sink, and many dishes to hand wash” — lauralefaix
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Post Architecture // Albany House
Ideabooks194
Questions1
Poorly renovated in the 1980s, it was the darkest room in the house, with only a small window at the back. To make it as bright and welcoming as possible, Apostolou opted for white cabinets and countertops, and installed windows wherever possible. It’s now the family’s favorite room in the house.
Poorly renovated in the 1980s, it was the darkest room in the house, with only a small window at the back. To make it as bright and welcoming as possible, Apostolou opted for white cabinets and countertops, and installed windows wherever possible. It’s now the family’s favorite room in the house.Flo
coulissantes vitrées s’ouvrent sur la cour boisée, et la crédence a laissé la place à une fenêtre bandeau. Le plancher de chêne a été choisi et travaillé de manière à ce qu’il se fonde et s’harmonise avec le plancher d’origine présent dans le reste de la maison.
“Kitchen” — antoirina
robert kelly
9 Reviews
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
Ideabooks1,616
Questions4
that I copied. Most cabinet makers don't like doing 1920s style cabinets, and it takes some effort to get them to make cabinets to appear like the old style cabinets. Here we have butt hinges, which cabinet makers hate. The drawers are typical 1920s, 1/4" overlay which you dont see anymore. The base of
original, 1920s -1930s, features kept...built in display cabinets, glass doors, and crystal door knob, but with beautiful marble countertop and updated hardware
that I copied. Most cabinet makers don't like doing 1920s style cabinets, and it takes some effort to get them to make cabinets to appear like the old style cabinets. Here we have butt hinges, which cabinet makers hate. The drawers are typical 1920s, 1/4" overlay which you dont see anymore. The base of
“Maine kitchen cabinets” — davebrianr
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