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May Construction, Inc.
We gutted the whole house down to the studs and removed the ancient brick fireplace, replaced with a large window to allow beautiful views of the garden and natural light to pour in. By changing the location of the laundry room to the back of the house and moving the kitchen to the opposite corner we were able to open the space and change the entire house layout dramatically. Budget analysis and project development by: May Construction Interior design by: Liz Williams
A refreshed galley kitchen layout from the 90s featured new cabinets, glass tiel backsplash, recessed ceiling can lights, and stainless steel electrical outlets and faceplates—complete with integrated USB ports. Breakfast island features built-in wine cubbies. Before photo shows the previous peninsula desk—now a standard cabinet design.
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coin cuisine intégré réalisé sur-mesure. Plan de travail arrondi en quartz, façades laquées et chêne. Claustra chêne. Lampe Gubi. photo OPM
Kennedy Woods Architecture
Filippo Colombetti, architetto
Photo by Marina Ferretti
This airy farmhouse kitchen has modern touch incorporating farmhouse details like the brick back splash, shaker style cabinet doors and X siding on the island with clean colors and polished style. This kitchen utilizes Frameless full overlay Cabinet doors to maximize storage space. Project By: Urban Vision Woodworks Michael Alaman 602.882.6606 firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: www.instagram.com/urban_vision_woodworks Materials Supplied by: Peterman Lumber, Inc. Fontana, CA | Las Vegas, NV | Phoenix, AZ http://petermanlumber.com/
Photos by Max Maloney
A flat panel, L-shape kitchen in contemporary style in an old cottage. A handleless design, low cabinetry and downdraft extractor to keep the kitchen sleek and minimal.
Abbeywood Furniture Ltd
In-frame Ash Island unit with book matched solid door panels and curved pillars. Jorg Koster Photography
Nouvel Kitchen and Bath
In this middle size town house the kitchen is a very important, central place and it had undergone a full structural remodel. The client had requested a neutral color palette with subdued natural tones. The designer had used two level counter tops to give a hint of separation between kitchen and dining areas but consistency in material gave it a united look.
When this French customer was planning her new kitchen she was keen to introduce some Gallic touches to add flair and personality. The room had been extended resulting in odd pillars and different ceiling heights so a new chimney mantle was added to smooth out the lines and create a focal point. The main kitchen was painted in Farrow and Ball Blackened to make the most of the light in the room whilst the large island was painted in a contrasting Little Greene Paint Company Dark Lead to add depth and drama to the scheme, tying in beautifully with the French galvanised and wire accessories.photos by felix page
D&J Kitchens and Baths Inc.
Dave Adams Photographer
Sarah Bernardy Design, LLC
Interior Design and material selections by Sarah Bernardy Design, LLC Contractor: Purcell Quality, Inc. Photographer: Steve Voegeli