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Kitchen with Bamboo Floors Design Ideas

Kitchen and Bathroom Renovation - South Yarra
Kitchen and Bathroom Renovation - South Yarra
Damco Kitchens
Even in smaller spaces such as apartments, you are still able to maximise the space and functionality without compromising on bench space and design.
Edgerton 1910 / Point Breeze
Edgerton 1910 / Point Breeze
Shelton Design//Build
Built and designed by Shelton Design Build Photo by: MissLPhotography
Craftsmen Kitchen
Craftsmen Kitchen
DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen
This newly remodeled kitchen oozes traditional craftsman style right down to the hand-crafted tile above the stove top. Modern updates married into the design keep the space functional. A sleek stove top includes a vent that rises from the countertop when the in use. Bamboo flooring is a sustainable option that contrasts beautifully with the warm cherry cabinets. What was once a traditional butler's pantry is now added storage and counter space (to the left of the door). This kitchen has it all - style, counterspace, storage, and garden views!
Small Kitchen make over
Small Kitchen make over
RJ Austin Interior Design
This pull out table provides a quick breakfast area when there is no room for a standard table. JBL Photography
Another view of the kitchen from the home's foyer.
Another view of the kitchen from the home's foyer.
FabCab
Location: Port Townsend, Washington. Photography by Dale Lang
Warm contemporary Kitchen and living room in Arcadia
Warm contemporary Kitchen and living room in Arcadia
Metropolis Drafting and Construction Inc
Complete overhaul of the common area in this wonderful Arcadia home. The living room, dining room and kitchen were redone. The direction was to obtain a contemporary look but to preserve the warmth of a ranch home. The perfect combination of modern colors such as grays and whites blend and work perfectly together with the abundant amount of wood tones in this design. The open kitchen is separated from the dining area with a large 10' peninsula with a waterfall finish detail. Notice the 3 different cabinet colors, the white of the upper cabinets, the Ash gray for the base cabinets and the magnificent olive of the peninsula are proof that you don't have to be afraid of using more than 1 color in your kitchen cabinets. The kitchen layout includes a secondary sink and a secondary dishwasher! For the busy life style of a modern family. The fireplace was completely redone with classic materials but in a contemporary layout. Notice the porcelain slab material on the hearth of the fireplace, the subway tile layout is a modern aligned pattern and the comfortable sitting nook on the side facing the large windows so you can enjoy a good book with a bright view. The bamboo flooring is continues throughout the house for a combining effect, tying together all the different spaces of the house. All the finish details and hardware are honed gold finish, gold tones compliment the wooden materials perfectly.
Kitchen Living Dining & Rock
Kitchen Living Dining & Rock
Sandrin Leung Architecture
The continuous kitchen, dining, and living space is framed by a granite rock bluff enclosed within the house. Clerestory windows capture the southern light helping to heat the home naturally. (photo by Ana Sandrin)
DIY Network’s Blog Cabin Kitchen
DIY Network’s Blog Cabin Kitchen
Mercury Mosaics and Tile
This Florida Gulf home is a project by DIY Network where they asked viewers to design a home and then they built it! Talk about giving a consumer what they want! We were fortunate enough to have been picked to tile the kitchen--and our tile is everywhere! Using tile from countertop to ceiling is a great way to make a dramatic statement. But it's not the only dramatic statement--our monochromatic Moroccan Fish Scale tile provides a perfect, neutral backdrop to the bright pops of color throughout the kitchen. That gorgeous kitchen island is recycled copper from ships! Overall, this is one kitchen we wouldn't mind having for ourselves. Large Moroccan Fish Scale Tile - 130 White Photos by: Christopher Shane
A Kitchen for Today in a Classic Craftsman Home
A Kitchen for Today in a Classic Craftsman Home
Sustainable Home
The natural wood tones in this craftsman kitchen are balanced by the cool grey countertops, and are tied together by the quiet tones in the backsplash. The square pendant lighting gives this kitchen a modern feel and echoes the craftsman motif. Deeper closed cabinets on one side of the kitchen hide a washer dryer, broom closet, and pantry supplies. Photos by- Michele Lee Willson
Bountiful Mid-Modern
Bountiful Mid-Modern
Duerden's Appliance and Mattress
G.E. Monogram 48" Range ZDP486NRPSS G.E. Monogram 48" Side by Side Built-In Refrigerator ZISS480DXSS Zephyr Trapeze Hood CTPE48BSX G.E Monogram Dishwashers ZDT870SFSS/ZDT800SSFSS Electrolux Front Load Washer/Dryer - Model no longer available Cabinets: Rod Heiss, Cutting Edge Design- Salt Lake City, Utah Designer: Stephanie Lake- Bountiful, Utah Contractor: J. Budge Construction- Herriman, Utah Flooring is Timeline Light Photography Credit: Lindsay Salazar Photography
Mid-Century Modern Kitchen
Mid-Century Modern Kitchen
Darcy Bean Custom Construction
Additional pull out adjustable storage shelves make use of awkward spaces. Buras Photography
DIY Network’s Blog Cabin Kitchen
DIY Network’s Blog Cabin Kitchen
Mercury Mosaics and Tile
This Florida Gulf home is a project by DIY Network where they asked viewers to design a home and then they built it! Talk about giving a consumer what they want! We were fortunate enough to have been picked to tile the kitchen--and our tile is everywhere! Using tile from countertop to ceiling is a great way to make a dramatic statement. But it's not the only dramatic statement--our monochromatic Moroccan Fish Scale tile provides a perfect, neutral backdrop to the bright pops of color throughout the kitchen. That gorgeous kitchen island is recycled copper from ships! Overall, this is one kitchen we wouldn't mind having for ourselves. Large Moroccan Fish Scale Tile - 130 White Photos by: Christopher Shane
DIY Network’s Blog Cabin Kitchen
DIY Network’s Blog Cabin Kitchen
Mercury Mosaics and Tile
This Florida Gulf home is a project by DIY Network where they asked viewers to design a home and then they built it! Talk about giving a consumer what they want! We were fortunate enough to have been picked to tile the kitchen--and our tile is everywhere! Using tile from countertop to ceiling is a great way to make a dramatic statement. But it's not the only dramatic statement--our monochromatic Moroccan Fish Scale tile provides a perfect, neutral backdrop to the bright pops of color throughout the kitchen. That gorgeous kitchen island is recycled copper from ships! Overall, this is one kitchen we wouldn't mind having for ourselves. Large Moroccan Fish Scale Tile - 130 White Photos by: Christopher Shane
DIY Network’s Blog Cabin Kitchen
DIY Network’s Blog Cabin Kitchen
Mercury Mosaics and Tile
This Florida Gulf home is a project by DIY Network where they asked viewers to design a home and then they built it! Talk about giving a consumer what they want! We were fortunate enough to have been picked to tile the kitchen--and our tile is everywhere! Using tile from countertop to ceiling is a great way to make a dramatic statement. But it's not the only dramatic statement--our monochromatic Moroccan Fish Scale tile provides a perfect, neutral backdrop to the bright pops of color throughout the kitchen. That gorgeous kitchen island is recycled copper from ships! Overall, this is one kitchen we wouldn't mind having for ourselves. Large Moroccan Fish Scale Tile - 130 White Photos by: Christopher Shane
Tiny Kitchen
Tiny Kitchen
Charmaine Wynter Interiors Inc.
When other firms refused we steped to the challenge of designing this small space kitchen! Midway through I lamented accepting but we plowed through to this fabulous conclusion. Flooring natural bamboo planks, custom designed maple cabinetry in custom stain, Granite counter top- ubatuba , backsplash slate tiles, Paint BM HC-65 Alexaner Robertson Photography
Cape Home Addition - Expanding Home and Lifestyle
Cape Home Addition - Expanding Home and Lifestyle
'g' Green Design Center
Cabinet Detail - Roll out Trays - Green Home Remodel – Clean and Green on a Budget – with Flair Close up shows roll out trays to keep pots and pans close at hand. Today many families with young children put health and safety first among their priorities for their homes. Young families are often on a budget as well, and need to save in important areas such as energy costs by creating more efficient homes. In this major kitchen remodel and addition project, environmentally sustainable solutions were on top of the wish list producing a wonderfully remodeled home that is clean and green, coming in on time and on budget. ‘g’ Green Design Center was the first and only stop when the homeowners of this mid-sized Cape-style home were looking for assistance. They had a rough idea of the layout they were hoping to create and came to ‘g’ for design and materials. Nicole Goldman, of ‘g’ did the space planning and kitchen design, and worked with Greg Delory of Greg DeLory Home Design for the exterior architectural design and structural design components. All the finishes were selected with ‘g’ and the homeowners. All are sustainable, non-toxic and in the case of the insulation, extremely energy efficient. Beginning in the kitchen, the separating wall between the old kitchen and hallway was removed, creating a large open living space for the family. The existing oak cabinetry was removed and new, plywood and solid wood cabinetry from Canyon Creek, with no-added urea formaldehyde (NAUF) in the glues or finishes was installed. Existing strand woven bamboo which had been recently installed in the adjacent living room, was extended into the new kitchen space, and the new addition that was designed to hold a new dining room, mudroom, and covered porch entry. The same wood was installed in the master bedroom upstairs, creating consistency throughout the home and bringing a serene look throughout. The kitchen cabinetry is in an Alder wood with a natural finish. The countertops are Eco By Cosentino; A Cradle to Cradle manufactured materials of recycled (75%) glass, with natural stone, quartz, resin and pigments, that is a maintenance-free durable product with inherent anti-bacterial qualities. In the first floor bathroom, all recycled-content tiling was utilized from the shower surround, to the flooring, and the same eco-friendly cabinetry and counter surfaces were installed. The similarity of materials from one room creates a cohesive look to the home, and aided in budgetary and scheduling issues throughout the project. Throughout the project UltraTouch insulation was installed following an initial energy audit that availed the homeowners of about $1,500 in rebate funds to implement energy improvements. Whenever ‘g’ Green Design Center begins a project such as a remodel or addition, the first step is to understand the energy situation in the home and integrate the recommended improvements into the project as a whole. Also used throughout were the AFM Safecoat Zero VOC paints which have no fumes, or off gassing and allowed the family to remain in the home during construction and painting without concern for exposure to fumes. Dan Cutrona Photography
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