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Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Kitchen - traditional kitchen idea in DC Metro with raised-panel cabinets and white cabinets
Transitional Farmhouse Style Kitchen
Transitional Farmhouse Style Kitchen
Deb Dall Designs Inc.
Example of a mid-sized classic single-wall light wood floor enclosed kitchen design in Other with an undermount sink, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, granite countertops, white backsplash, subway tile backsplash, paneled appliances and no island
Recent Remodels
Recent Remodels
O'Neill Development
Enclosed kitchen - mid-sized contemporary u-shaped dark wood floor and brown floor enclosed kitchen idea in DC Metro with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets, solid surface countertops, gray backsplash, stone tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island
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Connecticut Kitchen Renovation
Connecticut Kitchen Renovation
Baker Batchelder Architects
Opening up the dining room to the kitchen updates this classic house to suit today's lifestyle. The raised breakfast bar and microwave cabinet give diners seated at the table a sense of separation from the kitchen. Cabinet color: Benjamin Moore Vale Mist. Wall color: Benjamin Moore Baby's Breath.
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Case Design/Remodeling Inc Project Designer: Nicole Zeigler ADP: Lisa Magee Job #: 12614073
Inspiration for a timeless l-shaped kitchen remodel in DC Metro with an undermount sink, raised-panel cabinets, white cabinets, white backsplash and stainless steel appliances
Kitchen Remodeling in Carmel
Kitchen Remodeling in Carmel
WrightWorks, LLC
Pass through wall at stove cabinet.
Example of a trendy eat-in kitchen design in Indianapolis with stainless steel appliances, green backsplash, mosaic tile backsplash and gray cabinets
Michelow Residence
Michelow Residence
Studio S Squared Architecture, Inc.
Elegant kitchen photo in San Francisco with shaker cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, gray backsplash, stone slab backsplash and black appliances
Palo Alto House
Palo Alto House
organicARCHITECT
Dasja Dolan
Example of a minimalist eat-in kitchen design in San Francisco with flat-panel cabinets and medium tone wood cabinets
Los Palmos Residence
Los Palmos Residence
tagr design
Inspiration for a contemporary l-shaped kitchen remodel in San Francisco with flat-panel cabinets, light wood cabinets and paneled appliances
Center of Attention
Center of Attention
RJK Construction Inc
There are so many design elements to this kitchen, I almost don’t know where to start. Bright and airy with crisp clean white cabinets, the kitchen is open and welcoming. Still crisp but gently contrasting, the stainless steel appliance add depth amid the white. To keep this kitchen warm, natural oak covers the floors and a toasted wheat color washes the walls. And then there is the architectural elements. You know. That post and beam in the middle of the room. It’s the center of attention. When you walk into a room your eyes roam around, establishing the size and shape of the room as your feet take you forward. From the front door of this home straight ahead you encountered this wall. The dining area to the right gives you a glimpse of things to come. Where there is a dining room you will usually find a kitchen. The architecture of years gone by consistently hides the kitchen, the heart of the home, behind walls. I sympathize with my Mom, and all the other Moms, who have had to spend so much time tucked into a tight kitchen, away from the family. This wall had to go, but it was structural. We needed its support but not its bulk. So we got rid of the bulk and only the bulk. Instead of a wall we have a post and beam, offering all of the structure we need. We could have installed a huge steel beam and reconfigure the joists to upset the beam, but why? The small beam and post add an incredible architectural element. It’s turning lemons into lemon, we simply made the most of what we had. It may be functional but it’s so fantastic. It looks like we created the effect just for the drama. The original kitchen may have had a working triangle and some counter space, but it was fairly small, with each area only a step or two away. The dark cabinets made the space feel even smaller and the butcher block patterned laminate counter tops were very dated. The appliances were feeling their age as well, from a coil burner electric stove to a top freezer refrigerator. To keep this kitchen within its space, a half wall separated it from the dining area. With the wall gone we borrowed some space from the living room and extended what was a U shaped kitchen into an L. At the living room window we start our new kitchen. We kept a small part of the wall to support the other end of our decorative beam. Sandwiched between a large pantry and our new French door refrigerator, the wall disappears. With our new open floor plan a sizable island was in order. We split our cooking areas and installed a continuous grill gas cooktop into the island. A sleek island hood takes care of exhaust and adds an extra element to our architectural feature. Under the cooktop we added over-sized drawers for pots and pan storage. The frameless cabinets from New River Cabinetry are maple, painted white, with the Herndon door style. With the cooktop safely nestled into our island, we still had to add an oven. We used the space where the old range sat for a large single oven of stainless steel and glass. If it worked for one, why not two? We created a home for a microwave in the wall cabinets. It’s perfect for heating leftovers so close to the refrigerator. An important consideration for hot spots in your kitchen is landing zones. Each of our cooking areas have generous landing zones, one on each side of the cooktop and an entire counter area above or below the ovens, depending on which one you’re using. We wanted to give the sink area more room so the half wall had to come out. We moved the trash and recycle cans into a cabinet, removed the heavy soffits and kept the sink under the window. With that little bit of extra space we were able to add a larger cabinet above the dishwasher and slide it all down. This used to be where the carpeting met the vinyl floor, but all of it is gone. Long oak planks eliminate that final divide between the kitchen and the dining area, while adding visual length to the area. White wall cabinets on each side of the window reflect the sunlight for a brighter view. With all of the darker cabinetry the backsplash walls had been painted white. Even still, there was a darkness in the corners and it wasn’t very exciting. We wanted to add visual interest and reflect the new under-cabinet lighting, eliminating the shadows in this corner. With 1″x 2″ Arabescato Honed marble mosaics and those under-cabinet lights, we achieved the perfect balance. The marble has subtle swirls in gray and beige on a clean white background, but with the honed finish the light is softly reflected instead of glaring. For granite, we chose the soft gray tones of Luna Pearl. The speckles of gray and beige are a gentle contrast to the white cabinets and emulate the color of the stainless steel. Between the carpet, red half wall, dark railing and dated light fixture, the dining area felt tired. Since the kitchen lacked sufficient storage, a large utility cabinet crowded the table space without adding any decorate elements. Although it didn’t get any bigger, our dining area feels fresher and more open too. With the oak flooring joining the area to the rest of our space and the toasted wheat on the walls, the white table and chairs compliment the cabinetry while contrasting the warmer colors. We replaced the chandelier with recessed lighting and changed that railing too. With our new open floor plan, we ended up with a fairly open area in between our foyer closet and the living room window. Not one to miss an opportunity, we filled the space with a multi-functional work space. With the sunlight streaming in this bright corner works for anything this family needs. There’s plenty of space for a chair under this large desk drawer. A closed cabinet below, glass doors above and lots of open shelving let you store and or showcase your belongings. We added a lite area at the top to keep away the darker corners. The transformation is complete. This kitchen and all of its features are truly the center of attention in this home. RJK Construction, Inc
Award winning kitchen in Massachusetts
Award winning kitchen in Massachusetts
Jessica Chabot Design
Kitchen - cottage u-shaped kitchen idea in Boston with shaker cabinets, wood countertops, beige backsplash, gray cabinets, stainless steel appliances and glass tile backsplash
Mills Lake
Mills Lake
The Artisan Company
Example of a transitional u-shaped dark wood floor and brown floor kitchen design in Other with gray cabinets, marble countertops, white backsplash, ceramic backsplash, paneled appliances, white countertops, an island and recessed-panel cabinets
Contemporary. clean, warm kitchen
Contemporary. clean, warm kitchen
Kristin Lam Interiors
Clean, contemporary white oak slab cabinets with a white Chroma Crystal White countertop. Cabinets are set off with sleek stainless steel handles. The appliances are also stainless steel. The diswasher is Bosch, the refridgerator is a Kenmore professional built-in, stainless steel. The hood is stainless and glass from Futuro, Venice model. The double oven is stainless steel from LG. The stainless wine cooler is Uline. the stainless steel built-in microwave is form GE. The irridescent glass back splash that sets off the floating bar cabinet and surrounds window is Vihara Irridescent 1 x 4 glass in Puka. Perfect for entertaining. The floors are Italian ceramic planks that look like hardwood in a driftwood color. Simply gorgeous. Lighting is recessed and kept to a minimum to maintain the crisp clean look the client was striving for. I added a pop of orange and turquoise (not seen in the photos) for pillows on a bench as well as on the accessories. Cabinet fabricator, Mark Klindt ~ www.creativewoodworks.info
Tiburon home remodel
Tiburon home remodel
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
A custom marble topped island. This design was a collaboration between the architect and the custom cabinet maker
Eat-in kitchen - mid-sized traditional l-shaped medium tone wood floor eat-in kitchen idea in San Francisco with white cabinets, marble countertops, stainless steel appliances, white backsplash, ceramic backsplash, an island, a farmhouse sink and shaker cabinets
Kitchen
Kitchen
Elizabeth Lawson Design
Photography by Jennifer Hughes
Transitional medium tone wood floor kitchen photo in Baltimore with a farmhouse sink, shaker cabinets, black cabinets, marble countertops, stainless steel appliances, marble backsplash and white countertops
Transitional Craftsman Kitchen
Transitional Craftsman Kitchen
Robin Rigby Fisher, CMKBD/CAPS/CLIPPS
This 1920 Craftsman home was remodeled in the early 80’s where a large family room was added off the back of the home. This remodel utilized the existing back porch as part of the kitchen. The 1980’s remodel created two issues that were addressed in the current kitchen remodel: 1. The new family room (with 15’ ceilings) added a very contemporary feel to the home. As one walked from the dining room (complete with the original stained glass and built-ins with leaded glass fronts) through the kitchen, into the family room, one felt as if they were walking into an entirely different home. 2. The ceiling height change in the enlarged kitchen created an eyesore. The designer addressed these 2 issues by creating a galley kitchen utilizing a mid-tone glazed finish on alder over an updated version of a shaker door. This door had wider styles and rails and a deep bevel framing the inset panel, thus incorporating the traditional look of the shaker door in a more contemporary setting. By having the crown molding stained with an espresso finish, the eye is drawn across the room rather than up, minimizing the different ceiling heights. The back of the bar (viewed from the dining room) further incorporates the same espresso finish as an accent to create a paneled effect (Photo #1). The designer specified an oiled natural maple butcher block as the counter for the eating bar. The lighting over the bar, from Rejuvenation Lighting, is a traditional shaker style, but finished in antique copper creating a new twist on an old theme. To complete the traditional feel, the designer specified a porcelain farm sink with a traditional style bridge faucet with porcelain lever handles. For additional storage, a custom tall cabinet in a denim-blue washed finish was designed to store dishes and pantry items (Photo #2). Since the homeowners are avid cooks, the counters along the wall at the cook top were made 30” deep. The counter on the right of the cook top is maple butcher block; the remainder of the countertops are Silver and Gold Granite. Recycling is very important to the homeowner, so the designer incorporated an insulated copper door in the backsplash to the right of the ovens, which allows the homeowner to put all recycling in a covered exterior location (Photo #3). The 4 X 8” slate subway tile is a modern play on a traditional theme found in Craftsman homes (Photo #4). The new kitchen fits perfectly as a traditional transition when viewed from the dining, and as a contemporary transition when viewed from the family room.
Heights Kitchen Remodel
Heights Kitchen Remodel
Carla Aston | Interior Designer
Learn more about this kitchen remodel at the link above. Email me at carla@carlaaston.com to receive access to the list of paint colors used on this project. Title your email: "Heights Project Paint Colors".
Repurposing a salvaged sink
Repurposing a salvaged sink
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
This salvaged kitchen sink was found awhile ago by the client who new she wanted to use it if ever she renovated. Integrated beautifully into the Danby marble countertop and backsplash with new fixtures it is a real joy to clean up. This kitchen was formerly a dark paneled, cluttered, divided space with little natural light. By eliminating partitions and creating an open floorplan, as well as adding modern windows with traditional detailing, providing lovingly detailed built-ins for the clients extensive collection of beautiful dishes, and lightening up the color palette we were able to create a rather miraculous transformation. Renovation/Addition. Rob Karosis Photography
Bohns Point Residence (2)
Bohns Point Residence (2)
Alexander Design Group, Inc.
Inspiration for a large timeless u-shaped dark wood floor and brown floor enclosed kitchen remodel in Minneapolis with a farmhouse sink, marble countertops, white cabinets, white backsplash, subway tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, an island, white countertops and recessed-panel cabinets
North San Antonio Kitchen Remodel
North San Antonio Kitchen Remodel
Haven Design and Construction
Matthew Niemann Photography
Example of a transitional u-shaped light wood floor and beige floor kitchen design in Austin with a farmhouse sink, raised-panel cabinets, gray backsplash, paneled appliances, an island, white countertops, quartz countertops and white cabinets
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