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this is a custom fridge. how much would it cost to make this on top of the fridgidaire?
Sub zero integrated fridge/freezer. Beautiful work.
This built-in creates the armoire look so well with its faux drawer fronts below. The fact that its high gloss dark wood finish matches the kitchen island — but none of the other white cabinets — makes for a jaw-dropping space.
House of L Interior Design
Classic White Kitchen
hardware and custom grilles on feature cabinets along with the island pendants add shine, while finer details such as inset doors, furniture kicks on non-working areas and lofty crown details add a layering effect in the millwork. Surround counters as well as 3" x 6" backsplash tile are Calacutta Gold stone
with a built-in Miele. Photo by Pete Maric.
cabinets built out to be in line?
the X's built into the glass or set on top of the glass? Simply stunning. My fav on Houzz by far!
kitchen was custom designed and made by a local cabinet fabricator for the home. It is not available through a national supplier.
Hello. The cabinets were manufactured by a custom millwork shop locally in the Cleveland area. Thank you for your
W Dylan Gilliam
a 48" built in. Looks like it is a GE Monogram however the interesting part is it looks like the wood panels have been stuck to the original stainless doors. Clever if that is the case. The panels for these are usually help on with a different looking trim than this.
colors are custom mixes originally by Rutt cabinetry. You can also see that here: http://www.houzz.com/photos/2257986/Walnut-Wood-Countertop-designed-by-Rutt-Cabinetry-traditional-kitchen-countertops-philadelphia If memory serves me correctly I believe the countertops were Gallo St Cecilia but I could be
river beds where they have been buried for decades after being pushed to the bottom during original logging. They are desirable for the look, which includes dark streaks that you don't typically see with "new" heart pine. Also, the antique material is typically much harder and denser than new growth