33 Why Quadra Fire Traditional Kitchen Design Photos

Ford Creative Group
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Chef's Kitchen
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I am looking at the same Mugnaini oven. Did you purchased the preassembled or the modular unit and why? Thank you
Wood-fired oven - manufacturer, specifications, install?
Tell me about the wood fired oven. We want to incorporate one in our kitchen. How much room do I need? How deep is the oven? Do you know
You wouldn't happen to remember the size/dimensions of the wood fire oven would you? I am looking at the Mugnaini oven as well and can't decide if I should go with the 80 or 100 series? Also what was the original shape and style before incased? Thanks!
Hello and thank you for your inquiry. This particular oven is a wood fire oven produced by Mugnaini. It is an authentic Italian wood burning oven. For more information you may research their products at .... There are various
“Rock corner” — lombardi1986
Pinnacle Mountain Homes
16 Reviews
5 Bonanza Trail
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Questions8
The counter tops are made of granite. I believe it is called Blue Fire.
Love this color of the cabinets. What color is the stain? Why type of wood?
Blue Fire Granite liked
Granite color blue fire
blue fire granite
“Orange pendant lights” — sunruh
Michael Robert Construction
12 Reviews
Classic Coastal Colonial Renovation - the Ultimate Island
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Questions74
I love the kitchen but I would fire the photographer for not fixing those books,that are front and center in this shot!!!
these cabinets and that they go to the ceiling. You've done an amazing job with just 8 foot ceiling. I have 9' ceilings, so you've given me hope. Why is it that the cabinet companies, KDs and construction people keep trying to talk me out of bringing my cabinets to the ceiling?
I give up. Why is the island blue in 2 photos & taupe in the others?
Farrow and Ball now. There paint seems very tempermental to the eastern facing light and prefers a cooler light. I am not a decorator, so I am not sure why the colors are so different from wall to wall. This is the first time I have used F&B Paint.
“blue island” — jufisher
Seattle Area
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Ben Herzog
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Park Slope Brownstone
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the camera lens to look wider than it actually is. The table was purchased at Twin Fires Barn in MA- I'm not sure what species it is- cherry? pine stained dark?
If you are building a custom table, I don't see why you couldn't design it with a lot of leaves or expansion-capability...
Table: Antique, Twin Fires Barn Chairs: Antique, found at Harwinton Antiques Fair
Hi- The clients found these items. Table: Antique, Twin Fires Barn (I believe in Sheffield, Mass) Chairs: Antique, found at Harwinton Antiques Fair
“doors and windows above” — ejbr
Kayron Brewer, CKD, CBD / Studio K B
12 Reviews
Sage Green Inset Door Kitchen
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Questions11
Why would you put a wine rack where the heat is the highest?
heavy guage stainless steel is a great choice, although it can scratch. Fireclay sinks, as shown in the photo are very durable since they are a high-fired clay. You must use nonabrasive cleaners so they will not dull, and they can possibly chip with the right thing being dropped in them...think, cast
Thank you for granite ideas! Of course I love the look of marble but I hear it stains! Why do I see it everywhere in magazines and here as we'll??
“the cabinets - color, winerack, platerack, sink” — chaleydergat
Traditional Kitchen
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Questions1
before. Smart use of the space. I love how the kitchen is spread out everywhere too. Seems like it's the place were everyone spends the most time, so why not accommodate the crowd!
accent color fire place island
Tile at fireplace Cabs around fire
“color of cabinets” — rzutko
Taste Design Inc
7 Reviews
East Side Eden
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Questions33
edges will touch and there will be a gap at the top edges due to the mold draft angle. The thicker the tile, the wider the gap will be. (See bisque fired tiles in photo below, note angled edges. Enlarge the photo all the way and you'll see what I mean, esp. at center right.) One time, and only one time
insistence on 1/16" grout lines. Well, I had to personally grind off all the draft angles of an entire order...and if you've ever tried to grind twice-fired ceramic you'll know it was no picnic! Lesson learned. The nature of truly hand-pressed tile simply runs counter to tight grout lines. Your installer
you can get as tight as 1/8" grout lines. I usually figure a .2" grout line (3/16") for standard installations. At the risk of geeking you out, here's why: When creating the original molds, in order for the clay to be able to fall out of it I have to slope all four sides of the mold cavity slightly, this
“Www” — danicius
Traditional Kitchen
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Questions8
matte look and feel much like stone, with satiny highlights where the glaze pools -- giving you the look of stone but with the durability and warmth of fired clay. (Our Cashmere glaze has an even stonier finish in more of a wheat color.) We have over 300 designs available in almost 40 glaze colors, from
Tile backsplash. Accent line of smaller tiles, but why didn't they line it up with the tiles above and below?
“to replace our stovetop” — mowed99748
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