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Ellen Grasso & Sons, LLC
Cool white kitchen, with a stunning statuary white marble island. Photography by Danny . House design by Charles Isreal.
Hand scraped hardwood floor. Marble counter tops, traditional kitchen, crackle ceramic subway tile, farmhouse sink
Rufty Custom Built Homes and Remodeling
Rufty Homes was recognized by the National Association of Home Builders with its “Room of the Year” award, as well as a platinum award for “Interior Design: Kitchen”, in the 2012 Best in American Living Awards (BALA). For the past 6 years, Rufty Homes has been named top custom home builder by Triangle Business Journal.
A fresh traditional kitchen design much like a spring day - light, airy and inviting.
Liz Schupanitz Designs
Kitchen Size: 14 Ft. x 15 1/2 Ft. Island Size: 98" x 44" Wood Floor: Stang-Lund Forde 5” walnut hard wax oil finish Tile Backsplash: Here is a link to the exact tile and color: http://encoreceramics.com/product/silver-crackle-glaze/ •2014 MN ASID Awards: First Place Kitchens •2013 Minnesota NKBA Awards: First Place Medium Kitchens •Photography by Andrea Rugg
View of an L-shaped kitchen with a central island in a side return extension in a Victoria house which has a sloping glazed roof. The shaker style cabinets with beaded frames are painted in Little Greene Obsidian Green. The handles a brass d-bar style. The worktop on the perimeter units is Iroko wood and the island worktop is honed, pencil veined Carrara marble. A single bowel sink sits in the island with a polished brass tap with a rinse spout. Vintage Holophane pendant lights sit above the island. The black painted sash windows are surrounded by non-bevelled white metro tiles with a dark grey grout. A Wolf gas hob sits above double Neff ovens with a black, Falcon extractor hood over the hob. The flooring is hexagon shaped, cement encaustic tiles. Black Anglepoise wall lights give directional lighting. Charlie O'Beirne - Lukonic Photography
Atwood Custom Homes
Rebecca Driggs Interiors
Traditional kitchen with painted white cabinets, a large kitchen island with room for 3 barstools, built in bench for the breakfast nook and desk with cork bulletin board.
Michael Robert Construction
The nearly 10’ island is an ideal place for food prep, a quick bite, buffet set-up, or sharing a glass of wine with friends. 2.5” thick marble countertop on the island gives substance and a professional feel.
Townhouse renovation in Brooklyn: We redesigned the rear end of the house as an expanded family kitchen with a back door to the deck. We also added a new connection from the entrance hall to the kitchen and fit a small powder room under the stairs. The old windows and doors were replaced with new, larger ones, and the entire kitchen was gutted and refitted with new cabinetry and a banquette dining area. The space was designed to take advantage of the bright southern exposure, with lots of white materials, grounded by the dark base cabinets. Photos by Maletz Design
Thyme & Place Design LLC
Peter Rymwid Photography My young professional clients loved everything about their townhouse on the Hudson except for the cramped, dark, uninviting kitchen. During their frequent dinner parties they were always separated from their guests. Light which filled the rest of the living area never made it into the kitchen. Their most important request in this remodel was to create a bright, contemporary, light filled kitchen where their cooking would take center stage. We started by removing a large portion of the wall separating the kitchen and dining area. This integrated the kitchen into the living space and allowed interaction between cook and guests. Next we removed a side wall to gain more cabinet and countertop space. Existing drop ceilings were removed giving extra height in the wall cabinets. A raised waterfall end eating counter keeps the visual line clean and provides ample counter space for dining or wine tasting. Bright white painted cabinets with recessed panels and a crisp white quartz counter create a bright contemporary space. Blue white and taupe subway tiles made from recycled glass add a feel of waves to the back splash. A coordinating blue paint adds to the beachy vibe of the room. Shiny easy to clean stainless appliances are both functional and attractive especially as they are seen from the entire living area. The new engineered wood flooring was continued up the wall under the eating counter. The material provides a more durable surface than painted sheet rock. Recessed LED ceiling lights and under cabinet lights provide all the task lighting needed to prepare meals while using very little energy. Instead of installing any hanging fixtures which might block the open feeling, smaller can LED lights were installed over the raised counter.
In Your Space Interior Design
Custom Hoods for One-of-a-Kind Kitchens A one-of-a-kind custom hood is the focal-point of any designer kitchen. There is no better way to tie together all of the wood cabinets and granite tops than with a unique custom designed metal hood. Whether the material is copper, zinc, stainless or carbon steel, Runa Novak from In Your Space, Interior Design can provide the perfect solution for all of your custom designed kitchen needs For this project, Runa chose to design a custom hood to compliment the large wood cabinets and walnut island in a Colorado mountain home. The end result, a zinc barrel hood with straps and rivets, was featured in Colorado Homes and Lifestyle Magazine for their special kitchen issue in Sept/Oct 2013. Runa Novak can build a custom hood in any style of your choosing as part of her interior design services, including barrel, bell, modern and French country. You can also choose from different custom hood materials: copper and zinc, hammered, non-hammered, strapped, and rivets, etc. Call Runa Novak for your custom kitchen hood needs.
John Fuchs Construction
Kate Falconer Photography
Thomas Davies Kitchens
Eddy COEURVOLAN - Agenceur d'Interieur
Eddy Coeurvolan - Cuisines Perene
diane de kergal
Cheryl Scrymgeour Designs
McElroy Architecture, AIA
Photography: David Dietrich Builder: Tyner Construction Interior Design: Kathryn Long, ASID