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steam oven and microwave with cabinets above/below
steam oven and microwave oven above next to fridge
New Emerson - microwave in the wall next to fridge.
The other wall is dedicated to a Thermador refrigerator, GE microwave and Gaggeneau steam oven. “That steam oven is one of our
Lovely setup with the steam oven, microwave oven and fridge
The other wall is dedicated to a Thermador refrigerator, GE microwave and Gaggeneau steam oven. “That steam oven is one of our favorite appliances,” says Nick. “When we first decided on it, we weren’t sure how much use we’d really get out of it, but as it turned out, a lot. We use it to steam veggies
veggies from our garden and fish; it’s such a healthy and delicious way to prepare food. It’s in a good location, too: just under the microwave, which gets the optimal higher height because we use that more often.” Another of the couple’s favorite features is the instant hot-water dispenser. “We’re big tea
Sag Harbor House in the Woods
tower hidden doors
Hidden Wood Door www.werefindinganswers.com
hidden door...For hidden stair
Robert Kaner Interior Design
cables painted, rather than hidden
pipings not hidden but painted
wall cables not hidden
Ibarra Rosano Design Architects
keeps the kitchen mess hidden
Everything hidden!...hidden door
Hidden pass thru kitchen
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DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
Miami Interior Design - Detailed Minimalism
mirrors reflect something pretty," Ronderos advises. "We used them to make this space look bigger." At first glance, you'd never know how much storage is hidden in here; behind the first three doors on the left is concealed storage; one door conceals a sink for washing hands before dinner. The mirror panel
mirrors reflect something pretty,’ Ronderos advises. ‘We used them to make this space look bigger.’ At first glance, you’d never know how much storage is hidden in here; behind the first three doors on the left is concealed storage; one door conceals a sink for washing hands before dinner. The mirrored panel
Workshop M Architecture
Museum District House
The cabinetry extends behind the wall to the left into a hallway that leads to the pantry. The refrigerator, microwave and second oven are located there as well as a secondary prep sink. Since this view is seen from the dining and living areas, we wanted it to be as
Cantoni Dallas showroom, designer Josh DeLaFuente and his new prospective client, with designer Regena Hatchett, began to discuss the possibilities hidden within the walls of the property in question, and an alliance was born. Read more on this project >http://cantoni.com/interior-design-services/pr