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Manufacturer: Top Knobs Style: Dakota (modern pull/knob)
mean by coordinating baseboard? I assume that the baseboard is always in white or painted off white and the style can be anything on chooses
Can you tell me more about the different styles and color of the pulls/knobs.
in the process of designing a new kitchen for my farm house. This style you have here is what I had in mind my only confusion is, my kitchen ceiling is sloping. Do you think It would look as nice as yours with the different ceiling style? Thank you.
What is brand & style name of the faucet? I am looking for a pulldown and there are many to chose from, just like the looks of this one. Thanks.
do you know the style #. I have been looking and can't seem to find it.
Joseph Metzler / SALA Architects
Kirkman Master Bath
measurements and photos - you probably wouldn't see the space in person. I would like one 24" X 18 - for a small powder room in an Arts and Crafts style (1910) house. Would like it out of (ideally) chestnut) or else quarter sawn oak or some other interestingly grained hardwood. I would like the top
Craftsman style - use of tile
Wood trim, emerald tiles, green marble top, american Craftsman style
Craftsman style vanity and wood trim
the years, making it an easy style to incorporate. “I think so many houses have American Arts and Crafts elements and detailing because it’s a very popular style, and one that’s very easy to use for builders,” he says. “To me it’s a style that never really goes out of style. So if you’re looking to do
would you tell us the hardware manufacture and style? should the finish of the cabinet hardware be similar to stove? Or can one use polished hardware style with a "brushed'style" ss stove?
For this style kitchen, approximately how much of a premium would a client pay for inset cabinet doors vs. the usual cabinet doors?
we are re-doing our kitchen with the same colour and style cabinets. We have a slate coloured floor and having a very difficult time picking out a countertop. Would prefer granite with some soft greys and
husband who is more into a single handle lever model rather than two. I have a farmhouse style sink and I think the bridge faucets look awesome with in the picutre's I've seen and I am alway drawn to the style when looking through magazines.
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cabinets. Who makes these cabinets, and what would you call this style? We like shaker. The contractor who is doing other work in our home sells Dura Supreme, Showplace, Armstrong, and Shiloh. Do you know which would be the closest in style, including white paint? I understand they can be custom painted
Could you tell me where to find this crown molding, or what the style is called? This kitchen is amazing, btw! I love all your work!
If you were looking for Fypon moldings, we have them in stock in many sizes and many styles. Cove, crown, you name it we have it. It's lightweight, easy to install and maintenance free! http://www.wholesalemillwork.com/pages/molding.html
This is where I have been getting them: http://www.industry-west.com/ The pricing is awesome, they have many other great industrial styles , and they also offer different colors.
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
Stone Georgian Home
English architects in the 17th century studied classical styles and produced disciplines that directly advanced into 18th-century America. In order of occurrence, three significant American styles developed from British Renaissance classical influence: Georgian, Adam and colonial revival. Georgian and
early-20th-century tastes turned to colonial revival styles, which are considered eclectic designs.Likely dating to the early 20th century, the Georgian-inspired home shown here illustrates several common details that are characteristic of that style, several signatures of which allude to Renaissance classical
townhouse versions. This revered and distinguished style populates just about every town across America in significant numbers and is still emulated in vernacular developments, particularly in the eastern United States.
RW Anderson Homes
This looks pretty cool. This is the style of of door I want except I don't like the decorative glass.
stripes or mismatch your socks, it's just as visually jarring and incongruous to place, for example, a Craftsman-style door on a modern house or Prairie-style window grids on a colonial-style home.And don't forget the garage door. Make sure it's carefully considered as it's more often than not the most
materials and styles, doors are the portals we use to get from outside to inside. Sometimes these are large portals, like ones we drive our car through, and sometimes they're more intimate, like the front door to a cottage. The key is to have doors that are well sized and appropriately styled to match the
Hello, we specialize in custom designed art glass for kitchen cabinetry. We have a number of unique designs to fit many styles. Please have a look at our page and feel free to reach out for any questions. Best, Alex
For those clients who love the antique-style, distressed cabinets are ideal.
hardware and cabinet style distressed
Distressed. If you've always dreamed of having an antique-style kitchen, then you'll love the distressed-looking cabinets available from most manufacturers. Choose any door style and opt to have the corners rubbed off or have other distressing techniques done for that
5. DistressedIf you’ve always dreamed of having an antique-style kitchen, then you’ll love the distressed-looking cupboards available from most manufacturers. Choose any door style and opt to have the corners rubbed off or have other distressing techniques done for that
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
If your style is modern: Natural maple lends itself well to modern styles. “It’s more of a Norwegian-looking design with a clean look and not a lot of variation,” Zheng says. Gray-stained oak and boards without knots create a clean aesthetic that also works in modern settings. If your style is traditional:
Also, boards with knots and wider planks fit a more traditional style. Of course, designers do incredibly creative things with mixing old and new, so don’t discount a wood just because it’s considered more appropriate for a certain style. Playing with grain pattern and stains can yield all sorts of
What is the style of your home.
things.If your style is modern: Natural maple lends itself well to modern styles. “It’s more of a Norwegian-looking design with a clean look and not a lot of variation,” Zheng says. Gray-stained oak and boards without knots create a clean aesthetic that also works in modern settings.If your style is traditional: