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Results found for "Cambria quartz countertops"

  • My Kitchen's now SOOOOOOOO much smaller!, We moved from a home that had a huge kitchen with a large center island. I was forever running circles around it to get to the fridge the stove and the sink.  With a little less elbow room and a lot less to clean it perfectly fits our needs!, Kitchens Design

    My Kitchen's now SO...

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  • Casual Bliss, Our kitchen had existing cabinets and marble floors.  We added new Quartz countertops and I handpainted 33 different knobs. also handpainted the bar stools and backsplash to look like tile. , Kitchens Design

    Casual Bliss

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  • Country Pine Kitchen, We're almost finished building our new cabin in the Smokies. Here is our dream kitchen with quartz countertops and custom cabinets. , Kitchens Design

    Country Pine Kitchen

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  • Open upgrade, From our very boring white kitchen to an amazing space on the cheap!  The biggest change was opening up the walls to the living and dining room.  Both walls ended up being load bearing, so we had to hire a contractor to put in some beams and we used the same contractor to re-route the electrical.  Otherwise we did all the work ourselves and enjoyed every minute of it.  After several years of being mis-matched white and stainless we have finally bought all new stainless and switched to a convection oven and a gas range.  Total costs were just under 16.5K including the new appliances.  Just taking out the walls was worth that to us.  We are completely happy with this space and can't believe we came up with it and it all worked.  Yay!    , Kitchens Design

    Open upgrade

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  • New Contemporary Cherry Kitchen with Stainless Steel Appliances and Granite Countertops, Finally I have a kitchen I can be proud to cook in! It took 7 months to blow out my existing galley kitchen and add this space(plus a mudroom 1/2 bath and garage). I also get tons of sunlight due to the windows by the sink and the skylights. They  enhance the colors which I love. I hope you enjoy this space., Kitchens Design

    New Contemporary Che...

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  • Espresso Chic, A dark espresso stain was used on our cabinets and was paired with a lighter floor.  We loved the long, skinny quartz back splash and wanted that to pop so we used a simple counter top so it wouldn't overpower the room. , Kitchens Design

    Espresso Chic

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  • Out of the 80's into this century, Gutted the kitche, removed a wall and, taa daa, all new stuff!, Kitchens Design

    Out of the 80's into t...

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  • Unplanned Remodel -- On a Budget, Lake House Getaway ... Kitchen Complete Remodel ... which led to remodeling most of the house (VERY small house) due to plumbing leak, Kitchens Design

    Unplanned Remodel -- ...

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  • White Remodeled kitchen before and after, Remodeled kitchen in 1950's ranch style home. , Kitchens Design

    White Remodeled kitc...

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  • My painted kitchen, With a very limited buget I recently redid the original maple floors purchased stainless steel and black appliances and painted  the counters along with the "tile" backsplash. Granite countertops are what I would truly like but cannot justify the cost. My kitchen is a bit busy but .....see what you think. , Kitchens Design

    My painted kitchen

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  • Mid Century Modern Makeover,  The kitchen in our 1958 home was long overdue for a total renovation. The appliances were outdated, storage  was inadequate, and the adjoining wall  separating the dining room was closing in the space from the views to the atrium and pool. , Kitchens Design

    Mid Century Modern ...

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  • contemporary craftsman, long overdue 80's kitchen remodel. To keep within a good budget, worked with as much existing structure and flooring as possible. Several key structural changes moved a door within inches but makes massive space improvements. Took out wall from 4-season room to kitchen and kept the vault.  So much for the standard midwest 2-story layout!, Kitchens Design

    contemporary craftsma...

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  • Renovated Florida Cottage Kitchen, Just finished renovating the kitchen in my 1946 Florida cottage.  By taking down the wall between the original kitchen and dining room the kitchen functions so much better. Plus it feels like I added square footage to the house. Yet I tried to design the new kitchen in keeping with the vintage 40's house. , Kitchens Design

    Renovated Florida Cot...

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  • Early American Antique Country Kitchen, Two years ago I was able to make one dream come true when, with the help of a great designer, I brought my dream kitchen to life, with soapstone countertops, a porcelain farmhouse sink, and custom cherry cabinets ! As you can tell in the pics, I do not have upper cabinets and I have used my early American antique furniture as additional "cabinets' in my kitchen. All of the antiques are functional and hold either food, dishes, more antiques or glassware. My large cabinet in the corner of the kitchen (which holds part of my yellowware collection) is actually two custom cabinets that have been put together to resemble a large cupboard. The pictures do not do the space justice as I have painted the walls a colonial cream that come to life under candlelight. Even on bright sunny days the walls glow as if they are reflecting candles and it always seems cozy and warm even on the coldest days. You can see more pictures at my website: or at my new blog:, Kitchens Design

    Early American Antiq...

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  • Modern Kitchen Renovation, We knocked down a wall and completely opened up the space.  Now the architectural stairs and living/dining room are incorporated into the space.  Modern zen kitchen features stainless appliances, white quartz countertops, light green recycled glass backsplash, unique grey foil and white glass cabinets, recessed lighting, and bamboo floors.  , Kitchens Design

    Modern Kitchen Renov...

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  • Mahogany Bar from dining nook, What was the dining area has been turned into the bar.  African mahogany was used for the wood with Cambria quartz counter tops.  If you are interested in seeing the matching kitchen you can view it here; , Other Spaces Design

    Mahogany Bar from din...

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  • My Dream Kitchen, After 2 years of looking in magazines, watching shows and thinking about what I really wanted, we finally did it. We did a complete kitchen remodel, and I love it! In my old kitchen there was not enough I actually have more than I need! ( time to s-h-o-p !! ) My husband and I did all the design work, and painted ourselves. We hired workers to do the rest. The cabinets were custom made, and hand glazed. The gentlemen that did the work were true artists. The flooring is travertine, we used it in the main living space. The cabinets are done in ivory with a chocolate glaze, and the island and bar area is done in a chocolate brown color, with a black glaze. We used maple for the ivory cabinets, and cherry for the island and bar area. Everything was done I really got what I wanted. The drawers have the slow close feature. We have pull out spice racks, lazy susan in the corner, hidden trash cans, and lots of roll outs...woo-hoo! I love the hood a lot...even it has storage. We had all custom lighting done. Everything is on dimmers, and you can light up each area as you want. We added under cabinet lighting, and have puck lights put in the display cabinets, and the glass ones. I added beadboard to some areas, and I love it. We did an induction cooktop ( LOVE LOVE IT! ) 42 inch built in fridge, wall oven, warming drawer, and a microwave/high speed convection oven. ( all KitchenAid appliances ) I love having 2 ovens when we need it, but it's a microwave the rest of the time! We put a wine fridge in the bar area, and installed a new dishwasher. We put panels on everything that we could...I love that look! I wanted the appliances to blend in. Our backsplash is stone and glass...we still have one more thing to add to the area under the hood. I did an apron sink, which I LOVE. ( I have wanted one of those forever! ). The faucet, pot filler , cabinet knobs and pulls are all done in an oil rubbed bronze finish. I love that look...they are a dark chocolate color. We did granite for the counter tops, and they have an " ogee " edge on them. We also did the laundry room/pantry area too. Now it has all matching cabinets, and we added a pocket door. We even had a custom cat area done!! it's wonderful....a special place for our kitty to have her liter box and food/water bowls. I am soooooo happy!!! It was completed just a day before x-mas eve! It still feels like a dream : )

UPDATE: you asked .....the light above the island is Golden Lighting 8606-10 RBZ , Multi Light Pendant, Rubbed Bronze . The paint color is Olympic, Sauteed Mushroom, the granite is called Giallo Ornamental. ( we selected slabs with a little more movement ). few of you have asked about the unfinished things. Please remember, we worked till 11 pm on dec. 23rd! This was as far as we got. The base boards and paint in the pantry will be done this week. I will also be adding some personal touches, and a bit of color. We also have a wall that I have not shown pics of yet ( its opposite the oven/bar wall ) I will be making that a family wall ( calendar, pics, kids schedule, etc. ) I am going to add a " menu for the day " on there as well. I think it will be adorable when I am done. I am thinking of doing magnetic spice jars on that wall too....what do you all think? soooo much to think about, it can be stressful!! Plus, now that the kitchen is done, I have to think about what I will do in the family room, which is of the kitchen..its a very open floor plan. It needs to flow. 
Happy Holidays!!!! : ), Kitchens Design

    My Dream Kitchen

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  • From 1970s to 2008 On a Budget!, Hope you love our kitchen! The counters are stained concrete.  The cabinets & table were painted with Ralph Lauren paint in Cottonwood and the Ralph Lauren antiquing glaze in white. We removed the florescent lighting and added canned lighting.  We spent $500 on this renovation. I purchased the drapes at Walmart. The chandelier is from Lowe's.  , Kitchens Design

    From 1970s to 2008 On ...

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