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Traditional Cozy Kitchen In 100 Year Old Home - Roseville MN
Traditional Cozy Kitchen In 100 Year Old Home - Roseville MN
White Crane Construction
Re-purposing of kitchen, dining, and foyer of this 2 ½ story brick 1915 lake front property. The client expressed an attitude of stewardship toward their home, and wished to update and modernize the kitchen while respecting and preserving the home’s history and aesthetics.The incorporation of existing elements and careful finish selection has created a seamless transformation that satisfies the homeowner’s intent to preserve the integrity of their home while enjoying convenience and beauty of an updated kitchen. 2011 COTY Award Winner Residential Kitchen Over $120,000 Photos: Valerie Jardin
Traditional Cozy Kitchen In 100 Year Old Home - Roseville MN
Traditional Cozy Kitchen In 100 Year Old Home - Roseville MN
White Crane Construction
Re-purposing of kitchen, dining, and foyer of this 2 ½ story brick 1915 lake front property. The client expressed an attitude of stewardship toward their home, and wished to update and modernize the kitchen while respecting and preserving the home’s history and aesthetics.The incorporation of existing elements and careful finish selection has created a seamless transformation that satisfies the homeowner’s intent to preserve the integrity of their home while enjoying convenience and beauty of an updated kitchen. 2011 COTY Award Winner Residential Kitchen Over $120,000 Photos: Valerie Jardin
1915 Colonial Revival Addition
1915 Colonial Revival Addition
T. Jeffery Clarke Architect LLC
Close up of the Aga cooker, backsplash tile and custom hood. In a traditional kitchen I normally use a stainless steel insert ventilator but enclose it in wood. There is line voltage lighting within the hood and low voltage lighting both in upper cabinetry and under the upper cabinets. Photo by T. Jeffery Clarke
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1915 Colonial Revival Addition
1915 Colonial Revival Addition
T. Jeffery Clarke Architect LLC
Breakfast area with adjacent bill paying/mail sorting area. Photo by T. Jeffery Clarke
Example of a classic kitchen design in New York
Richland Kitchen
Richland Kitchen
Terri Sears, Kitchen and Bath Designer
Photography by Melissa Mills, Designed by Terri Sears
Large elegant l-shaped medium tone wood floor open concept kitchen photo in Nashville with a double-bowl sink, recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets, marble countertops, white backsplash, subway tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island
1915 Colonial Revival Addition
1915 Colonial Revival Addition
T. Jeffery Clarke Architect LLC
We carefully integrated the farm sink into the surrounding countertop and cabinetry (note the curved tiger maple cabinetry at each end). The curved corners mandated that the sink be extended out from the face plane of cabinetry, which also afforded an opportunity to create a granite shelf above. Photo by T. Jeffery Clarke
1915 Eastside
1915 Eastside
Nine12 Architects
Farmhouse kitchen photo in Nashville
Glamour Plus in Maplewood
Glamour Plus in Maplewood
Saint Clair Kitchen & Home
Limestone floors, French range, espresso stained cherry cabinetry, the coffered ceiling and Rohl faucets are some of the memorable details in this St. Clair Kitchen.
Prairie Style Addition & Kitchen - Kitchen
Prairie Style Addition & Kitchen - Kitchen
TreHus Architects+Interior Designers+Builders
The owners of this 1915 prairie style home desired to expand their kitchen and bring in the authentic old-world detailing of the rest of the home. To this end, the kitchen was opened to the dining area room and a small addition was built. The dining room’s beamed ceiling and prairie style woodwork were carried into the new kitchen and oak cabinets were custom built to match existing woodwork and hutches. This project helped the owners make the most of their home and recaptured its original spirit. Photo by Brit Amundson.
Classic Four Square Kitchen
Classic Four Square Kitchen
Nar Design Group
Built in 1915, this classic craftsman style home is located in the Capitol Mansions Historic District. When the time came to remodel, the homeowners wanted to continue to celebrate its history by keeping with the craftsman style but elevating the kitchen’s function to include the latest in quality cabinetry and modern appliances. The new spacious kitchen (and adjacent walk-in pantry) provides the perfect environment for a couple who loves to cook and entertain. White perimeter cabinets and dark soapstone counters make a timeless and classic color palette. Designed to have a more furniture-like feel, the large island has seating on one end and is finished in an historically inspired warm grey paint color. The vertical stone “legs” on either side of the gas range-top highlight the cooking area and add custom detail within the long run of cabinets. Wide barn doors designed to match the cabinet inset door style slide open to reveal a spacious appliance garage, and close when the kitchen goes into entertainer mode. Finishing touches such as the brushed nickel pendants add period style over the island. A bookcase anchors the corner between the kitchen and breakfast area providing convenient access for frequently referenced cookbooks from either location. Just around the corner from the kitchen, a large walk-in butler’s pantry in cheerful yellow provides even more counter space and storage ability. Complete with an undercounter wine refrigerator, a deep prep sink, and upper storage at a glance, it’s any chef’s happy place. Photo credit: Fred Donham of Photographerlink
Lake Rabun Custom Homes
Lake Rabun Custom Homes
Envision Web
Stuart Wade, Envision Web Lake Rabun is the third lake out of six managed by the Georgia Power Company. Mathis Dam was completed in 1915, but the lake was not actually impounded until almost ten years late . This delay was due to construction of a mile long tunnel dug between the lake and the power generator at Tallulah Falls. By 1925 the lake became a haven for many residents of Atlanta, who would make the day long trip by car to enjoy the area. Lake Rabun at an elevation of 1689 feet , with a surface area of 835 acres and 25 miles of , is the second largest lake in the six lake chain. While not as large as Lake Burton, Rabun offers water skiing, fishing, and wonderful afternoon cruises.
Classic Four Square Kitchen
Classic Four Square Kitchen
Nar Design Group
Built in 1915, this classic craftsman style home is located in the Capitol Mansions Historic District. When the time came to remodel, the homeowners wanted to continue to celebrate its history by keeping with the craftsman style but elevating the kitchen’s function to include the latest in quality cabinetry and modern appliances. The new spacious kitchen (and adjacent walk-in pantry) provides the perfect environment for a couple who loves to cook and entertain. White perimeter cabinets and dark soapstone counters make a timeless and classic color palette. Designed to have a more furniture-like feel, the large island has seating on one end and is finished in an historically inspired warm grey paint color. The vertical stone “legs” on either side of the gas range-top highlight the cooking area and add custom detail within the long run of cabinets. Wide barn doors designed to match the cabinet inset door style slide open to reveal a spacious appliance garage, and close when the kitchen goes into entertainer mode. Finishing touches such as the brushed nickel pendants add period style over the island. A bookcase anchors the corner between the kitchen and breakfast area providing convenient access for frequently referenced cookbooks from either location. Just around the corner from the kitchen, a large walk-in butler’s pantry in cheerful yellow provides even more counter space and storage ability. Complete with an undercounter wine refrigerator, a deep prep sink, and upper storage at a glance, it’s any chef’s happy place. Photo credit: Fred Donham of Photographerlink
Sustainable Warehouse Conversion
Sustainable Warehouse Conversion
cg interiors group
Two adjacent warehouse units in a circa 1915 building, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, were combined into a single modern live/work space. Careful consideration was paid to honoring and preserving original elements like exposed brick walls, timber beams and columns, hardwood and concrete floors and plaster walls.
Classic Four Square Kitchen
Classic Four Square Kitchen
Nar Design Group
Built in 1915, this classic craftsman style home is located in the Capitol Mansions Historic District. When the time came to remodel, the homeowners wanted to continue to celebrate its history by keeping with the craftsman style but elevating the kitchen’s function to include the latest in quality cabinetry and modern appliances. The new spacious kitchen (and adjacent walk-in pantry) provides the perfect environment for a couple who loves to cook and entertain. White perimeter cabinets and dark soapstone counters make a timeless and classic color palette. Designed to have a more furniture-like feel, the large island has seating on one end and is finished in an historically inspired warm grey paint color. The vertical stone “legs” on either side of the gas range-top highlight the cooking area and add custom detail within the long run of cabinets. Wide barn doors designed to match the cabinet inset door style slide open to reveal a spacious appliance garage, and close when the kitchen goes into entertainer mode. Finishing touches such as the brushed nickel pendants add period style over the island. A bookcase anchors the corner between the kitchen and breakfast area providing convenient access for frequently referenced cookbooks from either location. Just around the corner from the kitchen, a large walk-in butler’s pantry in cheerful yellow provides even more counter space and storage ability. Complete with an undercounter wine refrigerator, a deep prep sink, and upper storage at a glance, it’s any chef’s happy place. Photo credit: Fred Donham of Photographerlink
1915 Wauwatosa Colonial Kitchen Remodel
1915 Wauwatosa Colonial Kitchen Remodel
S.J. Janis Company, Inc.
Additional counter space and a food prep area were added to the perimeter wall along with a 36" GE Profile stainless steel French door refrigerator, 36" Wolf six-burner gas range top, and two 30" GE Profile stainless wall ovens.
Fresh & Modern Interpretation of a 1915 Craftsman
Fresh & Modern Interpretation of a 1915 Craftsman
The Home Co.
BrightRoomSF Photography San Francisco Marcell Puzsar
Eat-in kitchen - mid-sized transitional l-shaped dark wood floor and brown floor eat-in kitchen idea in San Francisco with a farmhouse sink, shaker cabinets, quartz countertops, gray backsplash, stone tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, an island and beige cabinets
My Houzz: A Musical Couple's Home Strikes a Personal Chord
My Houzz: A Musical Couple's Home Strikes a Personal Chord
Kimberley Bryan
Photo: Kimberley Bryan © 2013 Houzz
Eclectic kitchen photo in Seattle
Classic Four Square Kitchen
Classic Four Square Kitchen
Nar Design Group
Built in 1915, this classic craftsman style home is located in the Capitol Mansions Historic District. When the time came to remodel, the homeowners wanted to continue to celebrate its history by keeping with the craftsman style but elevating the kitchen’s function to include the latest in quality cabinetry and modern appliances. The new spacious kitchen (and adjacent walk-in pantry) provides the perfect environment for a couple who loves to cook and entertain. White perimeter cabinets and dark soapstone counters make a timeless and classic color palette. Designed to have a more furniture-like feel, the large island has seating on one end and is finished in an historically inspired warm grey paint color. The vertical stone “legs” on either side of the gas range-top highlight the cooking area and add custom detail within the long run of cabinets. Wide barn doors designed to match the cabinet inset door style slide open to reveal a spacious appliance garage, and close when the kitchen goes into entertainer mode. Finishing touches such as the brushed nickel pendants add period style over the island. A bookcase anchors the corner between the kitchen and breakfast area providing convenient access for frequently referenced cookbooks from either location. Just around the corner from the kitchen, a large walk-in butler’s pantry in cheerful yellow provides even more counter space and storage ability. Complete with an undercounter wine refrigerator, a deep prep sink, and upper storage at a glance, it’s any chef’s happy place. Photo credit: Fred Donham of Photographerlink
Stone House
Stone House
Wright-Ryan Homes
Rob Karosis
Inspiration for a coastal kitchen remodel in Portland Maine
1915 Southern Colonial Full Remodel
1915 Southern Colonial Full Remodel
Realm Interiors
Joyelle West Photography Cummings Architects
Kitchen photo in Boston
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