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Arnold Ziffel
Architect - Jack Viks
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I'll bite! What was it like to live there? I assume the bedrooms are all downstairs? Did the glass cabinet doors (that we all love so much) work well?
Maybe glass doors? But all our daily-use dishes are up,there. Not even sure the doors should go back on even with glass inserted.
This would be an awesome view into my living room.
which is a great way to display your collectibles. This design has glass on both sides, enabling the pieces to be viewed from both the kitchen and living area.
“Guest kitchenette” — brookeblackwood20
John Kraemer & Sons
35 Reviews
Edina Country Club Kitchen
Ideabooks12,182
Questions33
I love everything about the space. What are the kitchen dimensions. I am looking to open up the wall between my kitchen and living room. I have an eat in kitchen and do not have a dining room. I was thinking of having a larger island for my eating area. Do you think this would
-Kingston-Brass-Oil-Rubbed-Bronze-Single-Handle-Kitchen-Faucet-with-Brass-Sprayer.html has a reach of 9.5" and http://faucetlist.com/Danze-Opulence-Oil-Rubbed-Bronze-Single-Side-Handle-Kitchen-Faucet-with-Sprayer.html has a reach of 9"
“Stain” — Andrea Stone
NURIT GEFFEN-BATIM STUDIO
5 Reviews
kitchen
Ideabooks8,654
Questions21
How are they holding up to daily wear? Thanks!
KitchenAid Artisan Series Mixer
“love the windows and the yellow cabinets free standing style.” — sadiebylund
Rustic Kitchen
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Storage That MovesCasters are a great thing for furniture pieces that will be moved on a daily basis, or for items that will be repositioned less frequently. The storage unit in the foreground here fits snugly underneath the kitchen island …
KitchenAid Artisan 5-qt. Stand Mixer
“Integrates the pole” — Liza Jackson
Portal Design Inc
1 Review
Phinney Ridge photos
Ideabooks1,584
Questions5
We love it too! Have a look at this link to Shag's website http://www.shag.com/gallery.html
match the floor. The artwork is from Shag in Palm Springs.Bar stools: CB2; pendants: Tech Lighting Pele Pendants; refrigerator: Architect Series, KitchenAid
Modern living
“Mid mod” — kstovold
Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
5 Reviews
Raised Ranch Retrofit
Ideabooks2,721
Questions6
kitchenAid French door with interior water ispenser
want to use this paint color in my living room
fridge/pantry in wall separating kitchen and living
The kitchen was relatively small, and some of the living spaces were dark, so the couple gutted most of the house to welcome in more light and encourage air circulation. "One of the big changes about our home is the way it now feels due to the energy-efficient measure," Marrinson says. "Before, we always
“built in for ref, tv” — Ellen Neal Pruitt
Clawson Architects, LLC
25 Reviews
Victorian Kitchen Renovations and Alterations
Ideabooks6,440
Questions17
I would love to help you---it is just that we do so many projects and when they are complete, they are archived. The best way to get a color that enhances the space you live in is detailed in this blog I wrote. Best wishes. http://c
Looks like a 30" GE Cafe, here's an example (they make several models) GE Cafe Series CGS985SETSS http://www.ajmadison.com/cgi-bin/ajmadison/CGS985SETSS.html :) Rhoda
littmanbros.com/landmark-lighting-chadwick-66113-1-pendant.html -unfortunatley the larger pendant is on a back order with Landmark (other finishes may be in stock) http://www.littmanbros.com/landmark-lighting-chadwick-66112-1-pendant.html -the mini pendants are avalible If you're interested in these
“range hood larger than range. 30"/36"” — gduplessis
Angus Mackenzie Architect
Botany House
Ideabooks1,674
Questions0
the garden ‘into’ the internal living space. Rainwater is harvested into an above ground tank for reuse for toilet flushing, the washing machine and watering the garden. The cedar batten screen and hardwood pergola off the rear addition, create a secondary outdoor living space providing privacy from
This freestanding brick house had no real useable living spaces for a young family, with no connection to a vast north facing rear yard. The solution was simple – to separate the ‘old from the new’ – by reinstating the original 1930’s roof line, demolishing the ‘60’s lean-to rear addition, and adding
KitchenAid Classic 4.5 qt. Stand Mixer
backyard and living room and kitchen, all in one.
“Terraces at bottom” — jcatelan
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