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31 Traditional Kitchen Design Photos
As the hub of the home, the kitchen is the room with all the action. It's not just the place to prepare and cook food — it's also used for entertaining guests, storing gadgets and eating family meals. Your traditional design needs to accommodate all these activities, which is why kitchen remodels are more popular than ever. Today, islands, farmhouse sinks and stainless steel appliances are common additions, while custom cabinets and countertops are key components of any inspirational dream kitchen. More
Country French Estate: Kitchen
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Nar Fine Carpentry, Inc./Design.Build.Cabinetry
Gold River Fun Classic. Nar Fine Carpentry. Sacramento. El Dorado Hills
This fun classic kitchen in Gold River features Columbia frameless cabinets in Sandy Hook grey. A green glass backsplash in a random matte and polished pattern complements the cabinets which are faced with both painted wood and frosted glass. The Silestone countertops in the Lyra finish have an ogee bullnose edge. The floors are finished in a rich brown porcelain tile of varyin...More
emily lauderback design and color consultation
White Wood Kitchens
Custom cabinetry with beaded door. Renovation included relocating doors and renovating entire kitchen space. Countertops are granite and stainless commercial one piece sink and counter. Upper cabinets 14" deep to accomodate platters and larger storage. Bases include roll outs, cutlery inserts and soft close drawers. Elegant stainless cabinet hardware puts on the finishing t...More
Houseworks Construction Company
Capital Hill Area Remodel
Keeping this kitchen true to its original period it has black granite perimeter countertops that are honed rather than polished to mimic slate or soapstone. The 9 foot long island has a walnut countertop and antique brass bin style pulls. See-in cabinets that extend to the ceiling are an old school idea that looks great and provides ample storage.
A family kitchen with a focus on the yard was the Owner’s intent. Plus some space to cloister away in private luxury. Down went the useless undersized garage, and up went a two story addition. With space to drop off incoming junk, space to eat, space to lounge, space to work, and a connection to a new patio, the kitchen fulfills the goal of a room to live in. Perched above w...More
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