Log home kitchen remodel after a flood (frozen pipes) left the main floor of the home in ruins. New flooring was custom milled. Custom cabinets and all new appliances were needed. The navy AGA and copper vent make statement in the largest island. The tricky part with this kind of home is the exposed log walls on the inside leave nowhere for electrical and plumbing. Most everything had to be hidden behind the granite backsplash.
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This Bentonville Estate home was updated with paint, carpet, hardware, fixtures, and oak doors. A golf simulation room and gym were also added to the home during the remodel.
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Traditional kitchen by Brookhaven, featuring an array of door style and finish options. The perimeter features the Madison Raised door style on Maple with a Vintage Lace finish. The island features the Winterhaven Raised door style on Maple with a Brown with Black Glaze finish and light distressing. All appliances are SubZero Wolf and are stainless steel. Hardwood floors throughout and dainty light pendants over island. Corian countertops; sandalwood finish and Daltile subway tile (Matte Artisan Brown) finish off this beautiful kitchen. The kitchen design also features a custom mantle hood by Brookhaven.
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2010 HIA Best Large Kitchen of the Year Attard's Kitchens & Cabinetry Pty Ltd
6. Ultimate storage
When it comes to storage, you can never have enough. The magical phrase – ‘walk-in’ – is always top of the list when designing a home. There’s no such thing as overdoing it; simply figure out how much you need, then add an extra third. This will keep your house mess-free for decades. If there’s no room to add a walk-in kitchen unit or bedroom robe, utilise other unused spaces – a redesign of the kitchen cabinetry can add plenty - debbiewaldin