76,077 space theme Kitchen Design Photos

Ana Williamson Architect
7 Reviews
Ana Williamson Architect
Ideabooks2,015
Questions3
recessed back allowing not only shelving space but also additional space directly under the stairs itself
wall of cabinets to put where current fridge is... but would loose counter space???
use of space under stairs...stairs, storage, use of space...space for shelves under stairs
“Oak cabinets” — jsay64
Loudon County Interior Designer - Best of Houzz 2015
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Heirloom Design Build
7 Reviews
Jett Forest Estates Renovation
Ideabooks38,377
Questions9
What a great space! Do you happen to know the dimensions? Thanks so much!
I'd love to know their depth too! Great use of space!
The blind question is difficult without knowing the space. For instance, privacy vs. view. Color scheme is also tough There are
Space is key We’d all be so lucky if we had this pantry
Space is key. We'd all be so lucky if we had this 5-foot-wide by 2½-foot-deep pantry by Heirloom Design Build to work with every morning. Heck, each child
Space is keyWe’d all be so lucky if we had this pantry to work with every morning
“Kiler” — beyzadzky
Lee Hardcastle
Modern
Ideabooks5,218
Questions9
areas of the living space can be reflected during the day. The mirror being flush with the floor also expands the sense of floor space which is never a bad
Mirrored sliding door expands space, brings in light
V cool, separation of space and really textural
contemporary industrial-inspired kitchen, has created a visually exciting space that is further enhanced with the use of a large mirror-clad sliding door
contemporary industrial-inspired kitchen, has created a visually exciting space that is further enhanced with the use of a large mirrored sliding door. When
“mirror barn door” — sm55cc
KUBE architecture
25 Reviews
Arlington Residence
Ideabooks2,353
Questions4
tends to separate the entrance, and any other associated space, from the rest of the living spaces one half level up. In this home the lower level "living"
front of the house through the living spaces and to the exterior, in addition to unifying the upper and lower spaces. This was accomplished by creating
room floor was "pushed" out into the reading room space, thus creating a balcony over and into the space below. At the entry, the second floor landing was
the lower and upper levels, in addition to an open flow between the major spaces on the upper level where they spend most of their time. ExteriorThe exterior
It works! like the black elements, office/work space at end and comfy sofa
Step down desk space instead of a knook
“kube home” — firdek
Cameo Kitchens, Inc.
14 Reviews
MacGibbon Kitchen 1
Ideabooks67,581
Questions57
room kitchen all one flooring, say hardwood make my space look bigger? I love tile more but the spaces may look chopped up. What should I do???
can you tell me how much space between the table and the island. Thanks so much
Beautiful space! Could you please tell me the distance between the
What are the dimensions of the actual kitchen area not to include eating space table and 4 chairs. Thanks
would i be able to get this look in an 18 by 19 foot space?
The cabinet to the right of the window was custom-built, so all of the space is used efficiently.The rear of the cabinet meets both the window wall and
I love, love this one....the small desk space and the decorative cabinet's and the stove area
“White cab dark wood island” — lauram10
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Kitchen Transformation
Ideabooks110K
Questions99
This kitchen was formerly a dark paneled, cluttered, divided space with little natural light. By eliminating partitions and creating a more functional
i was wondering if you had any more pics of this space. i am in love with this and would like to something close to this when i
be harsh. Why did you choose such a modern light for such a traditional space? Love this whole house!
Where is the refrigerator in this kitchen? The use of space in this home is wonderful!
I love this kitchen. It looks like a wonderful space to cook and live in. Not too chi-chi. Just functional and pretty!
of you Houzz friends have a 48 refrigerator ? Is it worth the price and space it occupies in the kitchen thanks. I have to make a decision.
“all of it” — shylakennedy
Marlene Wangenheim AKBD, CAPS, Allied Member ASID
2 Reviews
Old world elegance meets today's today's contemporary space requirements
Ideabooks66,397
Questions69
Old world elegance meets today's today's contemporary space requirements
the pictures of kitchens without islands? Sometimes, islands are just too space consuming; others interrupt the triangle path and some people don't like
kitchen! If you don't mind, would you be willing to share the size and spacing of the recessed lights? LEDs?
it look great is changing the pattern. The same tile was used in several spaces adjacent to this kitchen but in different sizes and shapes. I was very intent
using a change in tile direction on the floor to indicate a change from one space to another. Thats what design is! Please locate Sandra at Design with Tile
key. If the size or proportion of the tile is too big with relation to the space, it will not work. When choosing your floor tile, make sure that it comes
“Gray green cabinets might go with our current trim.” — pumpgeezer
Hanson General Contracting, Inc.
14 Reviews
West Philadelphia Kitchen
Ideabooks100K
Questions20
Already have a large window in place & space to go out in my kitchen. Would like to consider adding space like this.
We had them custom made for this space by Bill Curran Design, based out of Philadelphia.
Natural look, nice for a small eat-in space.
Another wall of paned glass. The view doesn't have to be spectacular for a wall like this to make sense. The light and space and feeling
The bay window opens the kitchen to the back patio, and floods the space with natural light. Because the home is on a historical block, the exterior changes
Philadelphia kitchen provided a beautiful backyard view and a little extra space for a dining table and chairs. This Victorian home is on a historic block
Love the feel of this space
“The acrylic chairs” — Simon Kyazze
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