Kitchen with Glass Benchtops Design Ideas
Lind-Cummings Design Photography
Complete restructure of this lower level. This space was a 2nd bedroom that proved to be the perfect space for this galley kitchen which holds all that a full kitchen has. ....John Carlson Photography
This project was a residence for a young couple starting a new family. The site was a spectacular hilltop site within minutes of downtown. The client wished for a home that could serve as their foundation for the next 30 years. With this in mind we placed a large emphasis on the designing the kitchen as the heart of the home. We rebuilt the rear of the house to incorporate an open and airy kitchen – designing a space that would serve as the nerve center of their lives. Bringing in natural light, views and access to the outdoors was essential to make this work for the clients. We then reconfigured the rest of the house to more accurately reflect the process of their daily life. Photography: Emily Hagopian
Ageloff & Associates
©2012 Jens Gerbitz www.seeing256.com
Jake Capo and Adam Tadeusiak
≥Thomas Everett Lamb Design and Development
With kitchen windows that face the ocean, the owners wanted to bring the waves inside by choosing a Glass Art Countertop by MAILHOT. “We moved into our beach house yesterday. Let me tell you how fabulous the glass art looks and how thrilled we are! Thank you and please thank the artist for us. We simply love it. Already, it is the talking point of our house. Everyone comments with oohs and ahs!”
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J. Rhodes Interior Design, Inc.
photo: Jim Somerset
Crystal Kitchen + Bath
These homeowners like to entertain and wanted their kitchen and dining room to become one larger open space. To achieve that feel, an 8-foot-high wall that closed off the dining room from the kitchen was removed. By designing the layout in a large “L” shape and adding an island, the room now functions quite well for informal entertaining. There are two focal points of this new space – the kitchen island and the contemporary style fireplace. Granite, wood, stainless steel and glass are combined to make the two-tiered island into a piece of art and the dimensional fireplace façade adds interest to the soft seating area. A unique wine cabinet was designed to show off their large wine collection. Stainless steel tip-up doors in the wall cabinets tie into the finish of the new appliances and asymmetrical legs on the island. A large screen TV that can be viewed from both the soft seating area, as well as the kitchen island was a must for these sports fans.
Florian Thierer Photography
Jon Clayton MCIAT
Interior view of a completed kitchen diner extension on a period cottage. Nick Dagger Photography http://www.nickdaggerphotography.com/
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