7,729 thick counters Living Design Photos

Charles Cunniffe Architects Aspen
3 Reviews
Willoughby Way
Ideabooks3,501
Questions5
thick counter
long counter, bump up
bar height and counter
Gorgeous , yummy onyx counter
tan marble counter...waterfall counter...counter colour...bar counter 16...love counter stools...the counter and...shape of counter...counter top...counter for a bar
“Color of marble” — katiemac112
The Ranch Mine
8 Reviews
Flying Colors
Ideabooks26
Questions0
mood lighting as well as excellent night lighting. The metal plate with the ladder wrapping down the side wall from the mezzanine is echoed in the counter that wraps down to protect the edges.
thick counter...waterfall counter...white counter
kimberly peck architect
Central Park South Apartment Main space
Ideabooks36
Questions1
Same dark and white counter tops
thick counters...corian counters
“City apt” — cohend99
kimberly peck architect
TRIBECA LOFT LIVING ROOM
Ideabooks16
Questions1
white thick caesarstone counters
“fireplace tile” — gooserunner10
Pozas Arquitectos
2 Reviews
Casa SAC I
Ideabooks2,954
Questions3
back bar area; thick counter top
Thick open wood shelving
“color arrangement,dark brown/grey/wood” — Stella Greenberg
Peg Berens Interior Design LLC
5 Reviews
Stunning Family/Great Room in Hollywood Regency Style - Robert Naik photography
Ideabooks966
Questions10
thick glass counter island
Lights, Counter Space?
Love this. Low granite counter.
“interesting” — birnadine
Joel Kelly Design
8 Reviews
Virginia Highlands House
Ideabooks10,470
Questions9
i like the walk up bar and thick granite counter for man cave
like the counter top.
“Love the bar area, minus the wooden back and shelves. To add wine rack.” — karusha29
Paul Anater
IMM
Ideabooks395
Questions1
1 cm counter and textured cabinets coming here from europe
just for eric. textured-figured wood thin counter top
Skinny counter tops are the trend in Europe
ained wood and skinny, skinny counter tops. Count on that skinny counter top trend showing up in the US and the rest of the world very quickly. In two solid days of walking around the show, I could have counted on one hand the number of 3-centimeter "American" counters I saw. There was very little granite
laminate and a porcelain counter material that's unavailable in North America. These 1-centimeter skinny counters stood out because they're in such stark opposition to what we see in the U.S. and Canada these days. What would it take to get you to embrace the 1-centimeter counter?
“pullout” — saloni1
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