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Echelon Custom Homes
9 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks45,889
Questions29
cabinet raised above island at end, nice way to hide mess and/or display nicer china to dining room
“like the glass doors” — jeriwarner
Holly Marder
My Houzz: Contemporary Country Style in the Netherlands
Ideabooks1,351
Questions1
grey for china cabinet and lr desk with shelves
“Cute idea for bed alcove under roof/ceiling slant. Cozy. Scandinavian? Maybe an alternative if we a” — jessicaclove
Old World Kitchens & Custom Cabinets
6 Reviews
Murrayville
Ideabooks14,651
Questions3
Great big pantry for storing everything kitchen china etc
“closet n kitchen” — JOY DUPIN
Donna Benedetto Designs LLC.
8 Reviews
Ocean Drive
Ideabooks3,388
Questions8
The paper will soon be available through my design business. It was handpainted in China to my color specifications and design. It really is stunning in person. Please check my blog for availability. www.thebeneblog.com
“Grey tiles” — trevavogt
Jill Wolff Interior Design
6 Reviews
Breezy Brentwood
Ideabooks13,186
Questions34
cabinets, counter and see thru china cabinet
“glass cabinets” — sampsonfamily4
Kayron Brewer, CKD, CBD / Studio K B
12 Reviews
Master Bath Retreat
Ideabooks120K
Questions96
I have seen one particular type of stainless steel kitchen sink that was undermounted with laminate. I have not seen a china bath sink. I would recommend you talk to your laminate fabricator. In general, you need a solid surface material to be able to mount the sink of your
“floor” — paula7114
Andrea Schumacher Interiors
16 Reviews
Private Residence
Ideabooks6,981
Questions9
broken down into mind-bogglingly detailed categories. Here they are: "Appliances (mostly major, but including air conditioners), artwork, brewery, china (and all butler's-pantry-type serveware), clothes, electronics, furniture, jewelry, kitchen (small appliances go here), linens, lamps and clocks, m
“the ceilings” — kailanakanishi
Julie Williams Design
2 Reviews
House in Sonoma
Ideabooks67,629
Questions65
maintanence needed. You just have to make sure you get the Crema Marfil that is quarried and made in Spain. There are some Crema Marfil out there made in China with poor quality which might crack during installation. Hope this helps.
“Cabinet” — madryn
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