59 weather resistant outdoor furniture Kitchen Design Photos

Contemporary Kitchen
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What color furniture would you put on dark wood floors?
Just purchased a flat with dark would floors throughout. Would like some color ideas for walls, furniture etc.
construction for hundreds of years, and we don't see it coming to and end any time soon! It is simple soapstone that has not been oiled which gives it a weathered, industrial look. The majority of soapstone installed today is oiled giving it a darker finish that brings out the striations in the natural stone
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 the flip side, soapstone develops
“pult” — barbarasosic
Isabelle Robyns
Villa Kya
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between kitchen and outdoor sitting area
I like the way that the kitchen opens up into the outdoor area. It would be very
Bright kitchen with open outdoor living area
Love the outdoor/indoor thing!!!!
Counter facing outdoors
woven outdoor furniture
outdoor entertaining
Outdoor area...Indoor - Outdoor...indoor outdoor
“Love the brightness. We can achieve this.” — mrscheg
Studio William Hefner
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William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
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Stainless steel is nonstaining, heat resistant and easy to clean. It also makes fingerprints and scratches stand out, Price of $80 to $90 per square foot installed is less than most stone counters
nonstaining, heat resistant and easy to clean. does show finger prints. good choice for hard working kitchens that don't need to look perfect. $80-90 per sq ft installed.
Stainless Steel Kitchen Counters Professional chefs love stainless steel because it's nonstaining, heat resistant and easy to clean. While it certainly makes fingerprints and scratches stand out, it's a great choice for hardworking kitchens that don't need a perfect
offers top-notch durability that stands up to even commercial kitchens and their rigorous standards for cleanliness. It is nonporous and nonstaining, resistant to heat and easy to clean. It also has a life expectancy of nearly a century. Design purists will enjoy its potential for integral sinks and backsplashes
“Wood w/stainless 6” — jenniferw1
Chr DAUER Architects
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Sanchez
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We have frankly never specified Hardiplank, (siding) although I believe it does come in a weathered grain that could approximate texture of rustic cedar siding. We are fans of Nichiha products, they are not as commonly available as James Hardie products, but i have found it more stable, less likely to
to be wavy and shrink over its lifetime, especially the 1/2" thickness. Nichiha comes in panels as well as lapsiding, smooth as well as weathered/ "rustic" finishes.
Windows. The outdoor / indoor connection.
light maple furniture and white walls
“large opening between rooms, partial view of next room, big windows” — jessicasteven
Andrew Melaragno
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River House
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I'm sorry but I did not have a part in buying or selecting the furniture so I do not know who the manufacturer is.
I apologize but I did the architectural design only and did not help purchase the furniture.
Dent resistant wood would be good in kitchen or attic because it is light -
weathered stone back splash and on walls
maple. It's a close-grain hardwood, meaning that its grain pattern is more subtle than a lot of other woods can be. Maple is extremely hard and dent-resistant, and as a naturally light wood, it tends to show up as a light floor. There's another reason for those light finishes, however.
“Stone work is awesome.” — forgeblast
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
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150 W
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district, 150_W addresses the challenges of maximizing southern exposure within an east-west oriented mid-lot while exploring opportunities for extended outdoor living spaces designed for the Canadian climate. The building’s plan and section is focused around a south-facing side-yard terrace creating an L-shaped
winter sun. This side terrace engages the site and home both spatially and environmentally, extending the interior living environment to a protected outdoor space for year-round use, while providing the framework for integrated passive design strategies. Architect: nkA Photography: Peter A. Sellar / www
Back on the other side of the kitchen, this space is the heart of the house, at least when the weather cooperates. Eating and socializing happen outside but are united with the spaces inside.
“Handles” — satsumarhino
Three Legged Pig Design
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Pied-a-Terre
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terrazzo floor. common in india. good for hot weather. not sure if eco friendly/healthy
small white kitchen, sliders to outdoors
nice furniture and outside design
table seating / outdoor feel
indoor outdoor area...Outdoor floor
“mesa e cadeiras” — isa_god
Chang + Sylligardos Architects
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kitchen
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What's the Best Material for Uncovered Outdoor Furniture?
We're considering all-weather synthetic wicker by brands like North Cape, Summer Classics or Rattana for a curved sofa and chairs. Aim to leave frames outside
What are your experiences with these brands for durability? Any other suggestions for materials (teak, metal, etc.) for comfortable, durable, curved outdoor seating? Thanks for your input, Bob C
“black cabinets do not darken room... white countertop” — vgordo
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