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with Charcoal finish Builder: Jonathan Casada Custom Homes Cabinet Design by: Nicki Kana Cabinet Innovations Copyright 2012 Don A. Hoffman
not really the style going on, but good visual of how to open to dining room
Dayna Katlin Interiors
Who is the statue by? Do you represent this artist?
Ideal for the assumed wall that will seperate the living room from the hall
Really like this for living room
Dick Clark + Associates
contemporary, custom-designed kitchen
Vertical tile backsplash makes the room look taller
vertical style for installation. would help make the room look taller.
Here's another example on a wider island that can accommodate side-by-side refrigerators. Perhaps there is one for reds and one for whites.
Los Angeles Farmhouse Kitchen renovation
carbon dioxide than coal.Cons: Cooking on gas appliances introduces combustion by-products into your home, including carbon monoxide, formaldehyde and nitrogen
laundry room...Tile mud room?
Nick Noyes Architecture
by a local door company to match the original profiles. They were about 4'by 8' - 6". Best, Nick
kitchen flowing to dining room - tons of windows/slider.
Transitional Single story
What is the name of the paint color and who is it made by?
Behind the door possible steam room
Back door into shower room
Venegas and Company
Hudson Road Residence
Barbara Baratz is the Lead Designer for Venegas and Company Photography by: Michel J Lee
Where is the breakfast room light fixture from?
upper cabinets almost to ceiling - tiny thin cupboard for decoration, dining room lamp - single stem for splash of color
Amy A. Alper
These tiles (by a brand called Tilevera) was purchased at Ceramic Tile Center in Santa Rosa, Ca.
s pillows to complement the tile. Custom bamboo floating shelves provide room for glassware and LED lights, which highlight the glass tiles. The couple
mixing in upgrades such as bamboo for the island panels. Alper finagled enough room between the cabinet and the wall for cookbook shelves. Brad did all of the