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78 accessory italian kitchen Porch Design Photos
Gabriel Builders Inc.
This home took almost 7 years to design and build in the upstate region of SC. It is an authentic italian villa sitting on 200 acres. Bronse doors and windows imported from Italy, 12 inch plaster walls, floors from France, limestone fireplaces are some of the outstanding features of this unique home
This home took almost 7 years to design and build in the upstate region of SC. It is an authentic italian villa sitting on 200 acres. Bronse doors and windows imported from Italy, 12 inch plaster walls, floors from France, limestone fireplaces are some
1 back porch off kitchen sitting breakfast, one off living room pool
Clairemont Whole House Renovation
Fresh lavender (what could be more italian?)
3 plants as accessories
Off the kitchen...Patio accessories
2011 Showcase - Hillside Retreat
side with an incredible sunset view of Saratoga Lake. This exterior is finished with reclaimed Cypress, Stucco and Stone. While inside, the gourmet kitchen, dining and living areas, custom office/lounge and Witt designed and built yoga studio create a perfect space for entertaining and relaxation. Nestle
Love this rustic veranda. Off the kitchen or mudroom onto small
Dennison and Dampier Interior Design
The cream pots are antique chimney pots from a salvage company, the large Italian olive oil urns can be found online
Project/kitchen/garden area table
BY HARDROCK CONSTRUCTION
This porch idea would work if the house is turned 1/4 turn. Front door would access through kitchen area.
Authentic restoration on Italianate farmhouse.
William T Baker
William T Baker Houses
this is the put door kitchen
Timber balustrades in the 1850s were part of the first wave of mass-produced millwork, possibly due to advances in machinery. Gothic revival and Italianate balustrade designs were similar to the carved newels used on interior staircases of this period. These balustrades had both simple carvings and
Ashton Woods Atlanta
Ashton Woods Atlanta Outdoor Spaces
The overhead unit is called a pergola. I think it has Italian origins. Oftentimes, it's used as a garden feature with wooden vines. We love them over decks! For even more shade, outdoor curtains can be added.
This is the pergola design I was looking for for the outside of the kitchen on the deck