4.377 Billeder af tropisk køkken

Interior Design: Blackband Design Build: Patterson Custom Homes Architecture: Andrade Architects Photography: Ryan Garvin

Ian Lindsey
Úthang - birna_lamhauge

A view of this open Key West kitchen. The kitchen is farmhouse country in style with shaker front cabinets and open shelving above both painted a light gray green. The countertops and backsplash are maple butcherblock from John Boos. Full height casement windows provide light, views, and ventilation directly over the farmhouse sink and range. An overhang at the island provides bar seating and extends the kitchen into the dining area.

photography by Don Hebert

Columbus’s quest to discover a western trade route to the exotic spice ports in the East Indies, led to the discovery of tropical islands in the Caribbean that became known as the West Indies. Despite the variety of architectural and design influences from Europe, there are several indigenous design elements that are iconic to these islands. Woven cane and rattan furnishings were airy and light in this humid, tropical environment. Gauzy fabrics, sun-baked colors, and louvered shutters were hallmarks. Heavy woods, like Mahogany, held up well in the tropics, and rich dark finishes were common. Islanders used tropical motifs in their furniture carvings – palm fronds, pineapples, and other island flora. Request a FREE Brochure: http://www.durasupreme.com/request-brochure Find a dealer near you today: http://www.durasupreme.com/dealer-locator

HGTV Smart Home 2013 by Glenn Layton Homes, Jacksonville Beach, Florida.

Sea Pointe Construction

By removing part of the kitchen wall, the dark kitchen is transformed into a bright calm kitchen that flows with the living and dining areas. {Photo Credit: Andy Mattheson}

Olivier Koning Photography

This project combines high end earthy elements with elegant, modern furnishings. We wanted to re invent the beach house concept and create an home which is not your typical coastal retreat. By combining stronger colors and textures, we gave the spaces a bolder and more permanent feel. Yet, as you travel through each room, you can't help but feel invited and at home.

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