Les meubles d'origine en chêne massif ont été conservés et repeints en noir mat. L’îlot central a été chiné et repeint en noir mat, une planche recouverte de carrelage façon carreaux de ciment sert de plan de travail supplémentaire et de table pour le petit déjeuner. Crédence en feuille de pierre et sol en vinyle gris façon béton ciré. La cuisine est séparée du salon par une verrière en métal noir
Photo: Séverine Richard (Meero)
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
Open concept home built for entertaining, Spanish inspired colors & details, known as the Hacienda Chic style from Interior Designer Ashley Astleford, ASID, TBAE, BPN Photography: Dan Piassick of PiassickPhoto
This kitchen is Comfort 1 from Eleganza Studio's private collection in Natural Walnut Veneer and High Gloss Titanium Lacquer. Includes groove channels in order to give a modern look. The countertop is Slimtech Calacatta Plus, a very thin porcelain made to look just like Calacatta Gold marble without the maintenance. The flooring is Marne Scuro Semi-Polished by Eleganza Tiles
Kitchen was a renovation of a 70's white plastic laminate kitchen. We gutted the room to allow for the taste of our clients to shine with updated materials. The cabinetry is custom from our own cabinetry line. The counter tops and backsplash are handpainted custom designed tiles made in France. The floors are wood beams cut short side and laid to show the grain. We also created a cabinetry nook made of stone to house a display area and server. We used the existing skylights, but to bring it all together we installed reclaimed wood clapboards on the ceiling and reclaimed wood timbers to create some sense of architecture. The photograph was taken by Peter Rywmid