Updated Traditional Home Kitchen
Updated Traditional Home Kitchen
John McClain Design
Custom white shaker style cabinetry, dark oak floors, carrara marble countertops, custom white leather banquette and Thermador appliances. Island has front and rear storage. Rustic bar stools juxtapose the white color scheme. Stephen Allen Photography
Lake Oswego Custom Home
Lake Oswego Custom Home
Jenni Leasia Interior Design
This spacious kitchen with beautiful views features a prefinished cherry flooring with a very dark stain. We custom made the white shaker cabinets and paired them with a rich brown quartz composite countertop. A slate blue glass subway tile adorns the backsplash. We fitted the kitchen with a stainless steel apron sink. The same white and brown color palette has been used for the island. We also equipped the island area with modern pendant lighting and bar stools for seating. Project by Portland interior design studio Jenni Leasia Interior Design. Also serving Lake Oswego, West Linn, Vancouver, Sherwood, Camas, Oregon City, Beaverton, and the whole of Greater Portland. For more about Jenni Leasia Interior Design, click here: https://www.jennileasiadesign.com/ To learn more about this project, click here: https://www.jennileasiadesign.com/lake-oswego
Classic With a New Angle
Classic With a New Angle
Studio Dearborn
This expansive Victorian had tremendous historic charm but hadn’t seen a kitchen renovation since the 1950s. The homeowners wanted to take advantage of their views of the backyard and raised the roof and pushed the kitchen into the back of the house, where expansive windows could allow southern light into the kitchen all day. A warm historic gray/beige was chosen for the cabinetry, which was contrasted with character oak cabinetry on the appliance wall and bar in a modern chevron detail. Kitchen Design: Sarah Robertson, Studio Dearborn Architect: Ned Stoll, Interior finishes Tami Wassong Interiors
Luxury Kitchen Remodel
Luxury Kitchen Remodel
Kandrac & Kole Interior Designs, Inc.
This was a full gut an renovation. The existing kitchen had very dated cabinets and didn't function well for the clients. A previous desk area was turned into hidden cabinetry to house the microwave and larger appliances and to keep the countertops clutter free. The original pendants were about 4" wide and were inappropriate for the large island. They were replaced with larger, brighter and more sophisticated pendants. The use of panel ready appliances with large matte black hardware made gave this a clean and sophisticated look. Mosaic tile was installed from the countertop to the ceiling and wall sconces were installed over the kitchen window. A different tile was used in the bar area which has a beverage refrigerator and an ice machine and floating shelves. The cabinetry in this area also includes a pullout drawer for dog food.
1960s Bungalow Converted to an Upside-down House
1960s Bungalow Converted to an Upside-down House
ArchitectureLIVE
The new open-plan kitchen, dining and living accommodation on the first floor is dual aspect, featuring full height gable glazing for our clients to enjoy far reaching views.
Country Manor
Country Manor
JCD Custom Home Design
FX Home Tours Interior Design: Osmond Design
Danmark
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