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Kitchens

  • Warm and Inviting Kitchen, Our kitchen used to be a cold,white, laminated builders version.  We turned it into a warm inviting space with maple cabinets, granite countertops (Monet & Creme de Bourdeaux) and a  european flair.  It is also so much more  practical.  Entertaining guests is so much more enjoyable now.  Thanks Howie!!!!, Kitchens Design

    Warm and Inviting Ki...

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  • My $17.00 kitchen makeover, We are renting right now and this kitchen was GROSS!  I couldn't live with it.  The dark cabinets and the green laminate counter tops had to go!  If I had money (and owned the house)  I would have done things differently....like granite,  new appliances etc.  But I did what I could to make it look better and it is all done with paint.  Total project cost:  $17.00., Kitchens Design

    My $17.00 kitchen mak...

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  • "From Ugly Duckling" Kitchen Remodel, This kitchen was so ugly before! This was a 1920's home with a 1970's blue formica kitchen. So it was neither "vintage" to the 20's or current to today's styles. It was tragically stuck in the middle! I designed the kitchen panels to replicate the panel molding throughout the house. This helped it to blend a brand new kitchen in a very old home., Kitchens Design

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  • Our Divine Kitchen, A lot of work but worth every penny!!!, Kitchens Design

    Our Divine Kitchen

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  • Ranch Style: Kitchen, We recently gutted our 1971 galley style kitchen to the studs.  We removed the wall separating the kitchen and living room.  We wanted an open and inviting space to entertain.  We replaced the builder cabinets with new maple cabinets.  Added a bar with storage and seating for more function.  Desk area for the computer and bill paying.  We had a tight budget to work with so we splurged on the floors and went with granite tiles for the counter tops.  We love the way it turned out.  We did all the work but the electrical.  What a great bonding experience! LOL., Kitchens Design

    Ranch Style: Kitchen

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  • Classic Traditional Modern Kitchen with Black Cabinets, Our kitchen started out with pale green walls and the cheapest stock oak cabinetry you can buy.  We added moulding to the tops of the cabinets and painted them black. We also added a beadboard backsplash and dark chocolate laminate wood floors.  There is still plenty of work to do & stainless steel appliances to buy but here's where we are as of today!  For more photos and videos of our little fixer upper visit our website: www.TheLetteredCottage.net, Kitchens Design

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  • Naturally Beautiful Kitchen & Great Room, This is our GREAT ROOM! It includes our kitchen, family room and eating area. It is a cozy & warm place to be. 
The stone on the floor is Arizona Flagstone- meant for the outdoors but we had it sealed so it's now nice and smooth to walk barefoot on. We painted the cabinets a color from Lowes called Bittersweet. The countertop is a mix of granite/marble and is named "Rainforest". The sink is copper. We tried to bring in as many natural elements as possible!, Kitchens Design

    Naturally Beautiful K...

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  • We finally finished our cozy kitchen, Very small 1980's kitchen - except for the countertops and new appliances we did all of the work ourselves.  Painting and then glazing the cabinets took the most time.  All done for under $9000.  It's amazing what you can do without a big budget or a designer!, Kitchens Design

    We finally finished ou...

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  • Going for an Updated Farmhouse Look, This room is another example of our love for antiques.  I painted the cabinets black and added new hardware in attempt to create an updated farmhouse look. I tried to tie all the colors together in the accessories and signs by keeping black a consistant theme in my furniture.  The old phone on the wall actually works.  When I misplace the  cordless it comes in handy but not comfortable to talk on for long.  :)  Thanks for looking., Kitchens Design

    Going for an Updated ...

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  • I finally Faux glazed my kitchen .....after pics, I glazed my kitchen walls.  I couldn't believe the huge difference it made.  warmed it up so much.  I'm still planning to paint a decorative trim around the ceilling embelleshments. I will update when finished.  I know some of you will like the befor pics better.  But I loved the glazing.  :0), Kitchens Design

    I finally Faux glazed ...

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  • Our new kitchen (updated), My husband did this kitchen all by himself!  He just added the portico to the front door and finished the tile work on the kitchen floor!  He also did all the crown mouldings and just finished the dining room!
DCS double convection oven, Jenn-air ceramic downdraft stove, double stainless steel undermount sink with moen single handle faucet, and multipure under counter filtration system tied into water and ice in fridge.
crown moulding,,tile backsplash, 12 inch floor tile on diagonal with insets every 3rd tile., Kitchens Design

    Our new kitchen (updat...

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  • Simply cool liquid!, A round everyday! Inspired by the arched windows, I put a round table in this sunny room to make this previous small den into a grand breakfast room. I love to repurpose rooms for the way we really live, and we often move tables into rooms that otherwise are not used. Also, if your looking for a fun and easy center piece, we filled a tall vase with water and filled with tiny crab apples or white pumpkins to add something interesting to look at. The water magnifies them. At the time we did not have a chandelier installed yet and because of lots of guest we we added tables in non dining rooms so we needed something for height to fill up the space above the table. , Kitchens Design

    Simply cool liquid!

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  • 1940's Cottage Kitchen, 1940' Cottage kitchen on a budget., Kitchens Design

    1940's Cottage Kitche...

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  • Our kitchen on a budget, This kitchen is my dream , just on a budget.  The colors are a soothing green with cream cabinets and wood floors in a cherry finish., Kitchens Design

    Our kitchen on a budge...

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  • small kitchen that thinks she's big, sunny kitchen with a little french county and a lot of space plannig., Kitchens Design

    small kitchen that thi...

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  • Black & French Blue Kitchen, Transitional Kitchen in Satin Black and French Blue Island Glazed in Charcoal with Pewter Accents, Kitchens Design

    Black & French Blue K...

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  • Kitchen & Nook, Kitchen opens to nook & living room.  When we bought it the walls were the same color as the cabinetry so we revved it up with Ralph Lauren's Barn Red wall paint.  I found some vintage shutters and painted them using the same color with some tobacco glaze over them to add a bit more color and give the space a little more personalized feel., Kitchens Design

    Kitchen & Nook

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  • Simply Sophisticated Kitchen,   A traditionally styled kitchen done in a contemporary color palate.  The perfect blend in a small but stimulating space that has yet to be accessorized.
  We are quite pleased with the result, considering the size of the space we had to work with.  This was obviously a complete gut job that took close to two months time, from initial planning to completion. We decided on java colored maple cabinetry and a Wayne's cotting backsplash painted in a buttery cream. We placed a piece of furniture under the window, mainly due to   the sill being lower than standard counter height, that ultimately became the centerpiece and inspiration for the space.
  The shaded light fixtures provided the perfect touch of modern sophistication, while the tin backsplash, glass, and roman shade helped us achieve that elusive balance between modern and traditional.     , Kitchens Design

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