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Impala Kitchens and Bathrooms - Petra Mallia
Open Plan Kitchen
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was to design a kitchen with warmth and impressive textures to suit the house which spanned over four levels. The design needed to allow for casual eating in the kitchen, ample preparation and storage areas. Utilitarian bench tops were selected for the preparation zones on the island and adjacent to the
sleek design was that the kitchen had minimum handles. Two handles were used on the larger doors for the fridge and lift-up cabinet which concealed the microwave. To balance the design, decorative timber panels were installed on the ceiling over the island. As storage was also a priority, a walk in pantry
“backlit wine display” — Jessica Osborne
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
8 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks14,050
Questions32
in this room and do you know the dimensions of the upper cabinets?
Love your design! How many benson pendants and what size?
Love this design. What brand is the cabinet hardware, please? I'm looking for longer drawer pulls like these.
The designer said 13" in his response to this question when it was first posed.
house plans for this home or do you know where I could find them? Thanks!
plain bad design... putting two work areas back to back like that is just asking for and inviting some future conflicts.......Feng Shui or no Feng Shui, in my house, either my wife or myself is going to end up wearing a pot of spaghetti pasta on their head..........of course the last time that happened,
power the room. Wondering if we should get 3x7"? What size are the pendants in the pic?
“just the two big light fixtures, with cans” — robinfalck
LuAnn Development, Inc.
19 Reviews
Freestone Residence
Ideabooks3,036
Questions7
i really wanted a similar layout for my living room but scared it would be too squishy... this doesnt look squishy at all- looks really nice and open....
entire room is @ 17'10" x 25'4".
grey and white living room and kitchen
living room and kitchen with stone oven.
sunken living room with open plan
love the sunk-in living room
Love this floor plan
dining room/sunken living room
Long wall in media room
sunken living room style of windows
Step into hearth room
of the room?...of the room...colors, floor plan...Fireplace room...family room!...Living room...sunken room
“Color” — stephiez
Chipper Hatter Architectural Photographer
1 Review
San Diego Downtown Condo
Ideabooks6,102
Questions7
Hi, FAB design! Can you please tell me where your couch is from? Thanks, Sherry sherh@rogers.blackberry.net
The designer may have arranged them.
Sorry, I was the photographer, don't know where the designer purchased the fixtures.
Correct. I photographed the interior, did not design it and don't have that information. If your looking to work with an architect or designer I can put you in touch with
feeling this room gives me...cozy and clean
living room area + white vase + white rug
“Cortinas” — nicolepatricia
Feinmann, Inc.
9 Reviews
Room to Grow
Ideabooks7,611
Questions14
floor plans from 1886, our skilled design team reconfigured the space to achieve the desired solution. The Master Bath design included cabinetry and arched doorways that create the sense of separate and distinct rooms for the toilet, shower and sink area, while maintaining openness to create the feeling
children. The design challenge for our team was how to find a way to create both a Master Bath and a Family Bath out of the existing Family Bath, Master Bath and adjacent closet. The solution had to consider how to shrink the Family Bath as small as possible, to allow for more room in the master bath, without
scale. Design elements such as the vanity and the mirrors give a more contemporary twist to the period style of these elements of the otherwise small basic box-shaped room thus contributing to the visual interest of the space. Photos by John Horner
“Picture frame and rug tile in shower” — meeshpaul
Markay Johnson Construction
3 Reviews
Atherton, California Luxury Home by Markay Johnson Construction
Ideabooks15,590
Questions19
Traditional design. Boasting a main foyer that offers a stunning custom built wall paneled system that wraps into the framed openings of the formal dining and living spaces. Attention is drawn to the fine tile and granite selections with open faced nailed wood flooring, and beautiful furnishings. This Magnolia
steam room and if so how did you handle the window?
I am wondering if you used a particular window material..Is this a steam room and if so how did you handle the window?
KFR Design - is the interior designer for this project and can assist you in all your interior design needs, we enjoy working with KFR and team. Best, Markay Johnson Construction
contact KFR Design for more information on this and other interior design services at kfrdesign@yahoo.com or at 408.279.8355.
“Flush shower floor” — brucelemons
Michael Fullen Design Group
2 Reviews
Huntington Beach
Ideabooks10,712
Questions16
This is the style of my planned kitchen island, half cabinet with the other half open. What supports the open section of the countertop, particularly the waterfall side panel? I want to use quartz but my installer says you can not use just quartz, you
Our designs are site and client specific. When you contract an interior designer you will get the construction details, every application is different.
kitchen designed by Michael Fullen of M2 Interior Design, Inc. The wood species is Walnut.
modern designs. Caesarstone can also look more like granite counters, (which I'm not a fan of) to appeal to more traditional customers. In my opinion, I don't think concrete looks much like either granite or caesarstone but I actually like CONCRETE BEST! We're doing our farmhouse remodel in an indu
“Kitchen” — svcole
Cornerstone Architects
15 Reviews
Lost Creek Residence Master Bath
Ideabooks2,762
Questions4
unique rooms for entertaining and living, each fitting the character of its owner. One space especially important to the owner is the master bathroom, which was designed as a luxurious sanctuary. With an intricately tiled walk-in shower, an elevated bathtub surrounded by windows and a dominant chandelier
This bathroom is a design mess, but the shower design is pretty cool! Like no door and just the
“Everything” — magnoliacowgirl
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