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Noah Darnell http://www.noahdarnellphoto.com
“Wow” — Joanne Hanson
BuilderFish
3 Reviews
Cramped Cooking Space to Gourmet Eat-in Kitchen
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I don't know how architects in the 50's expected families to function in the kitchen, maybe they figured if the space was cramped enough, everyone would stay out of dear old Mom's way, or maybe most of the designers back then were fresh off submarine duty. The original kitchen in this ranch was not much wider than a hallway and about ten feet long. This kitchen face-lift was r...More
“White cabinets, dark floors” — geekandahalf
Flexwood Fine Cabinetry
2 Reviews
Glengrove
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Beautiful Transitional kitchen in Midtown Toronto. Solid Wood Doors Finished in Solid Colours with Stainless Steel incorporated throughout
“color of island, backsplash, pendants, dark and light contrasting counter tops” — emclausen
Howells Architecture + Design, LLC
7 Reviews
Wilshire Kitchen, Portland (Photo: Matt Niebuhr)
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Breakfast nook--After. A custom built-in bench (cherry, like the cabinetry) works well for eat-in breakfasts. Period reproduction lighting, Deco pulls, and a custom formica table root the kitchen to the origins of the home. All photos by Matt Niebuhr. www.mattniebuhr.com
“Wall color” — carolmr
Bay Area Design Build, Inc.
Alvarado, Los Altos
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The designed ceiling and bay windows fill this kitchen and surrounding this space with plenty of natural light. White Caesar stone counter tops and custom cabinetry allow for a harmonious kitchen which has become an integral focus for the family in this home. Other views of this kitchen and the adjacent Great Room are also available on Houzz.
“Nook” — kerrzan
Kitchen Studio: Kansas City
8 Reviews
45th Symphony Designer's Showhouse Kitchen
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Matt Kocourek Photography
“White tile” — andersonlisa10
CG&S Design-Build
10 Reviews
Hyde Park Kitchen
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photos by Tommy Kile ©2013
“Tile” — c3design
Northern Virginia Basement Contractor
Home Services Unlimited, LLC has been in business for over 29 years. We are licensed, insured, bonded and an EPA Certified Renovator.
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Virtual Studio Innovations
13 Reviews
Kitchens
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Virtual Studio Innovations
“blackboard” — brelouharris
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