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Kitchens

  • Modern, clean lined kitchen, This kitchen is part of a custom designed and built modern house in Dallas Texas. Custom built cabinets with a european style wood foil stainless steel edge banding and soft close hinges. Viking 36 inch refridgerator and 30 inch freezer Viking pro series cooktop and Viking 24 inch wine fridge. Miele steam oven (top) and conventional oven (bottom) center island vent hood and dishwasher. Counter top is silestone quartz., Kitchens Design

    Modern, clean lined ki...

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  • Painted kitchen with wood island, The ceilings are 10' tall so we had the cabinets go all the way up. All of the upper cabinets have lights inside and the boxes were built of alder and stained to match the island. The island has a flush eating ledge to give me a larger prep area. We added a small phone desk with upper glass cabinets across from the nook made use of a very odd space. I did all of the design work and my husband built it he is such a great craftsman!!! Come visit my blog @ http://verandainteriors.blogspot.com/, Kitchens Design

    Painted kitchen with ...

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  • Tuscan-inspired Kitchen Renovation on a Budget, Our 1920 house had the original kitchen and an under-used addition, which some call a three season porch, adjacent to it. We began the renovation by replacing the old jalousies with energy efficient windows and door. To help blend the two rooms, our contractor removed as much of the shared wall as possible.  The original plan was to take down the entire wall; however, our plan had to be revised when we discovered plumbing inside that wall. Our contractor helped us contain the cost by custom building more kitchen cabinets to match the existing ones.  This also gave me lots of additional storage - who doesn't love that! Bead board was installed along the breakfast room wall and at the ends of the cabinets. We had a local artisan make the wrought iron towel bar/pot rack. Recessed lighting was installed in both rooms along with honed "Jerusalem Gold" limestone countertops and "Saltillo" terracotta tiles (set on the diagonal).  We visually joined the two spaces by using the same materials and colors throughout.  It was a challenge to put a "new" kitchen into an old home.  We wanted it to look as if this renovated kitchen was original to the house. Having our contractor custom build more of the old style cabinets helped retain that look.  My husband and I have traveled to Tuscany together and were inspired by the earthy colors and rustic textures of that landscape.  We kept this in mind when we were making the design choices as we renovated this space. In conclusion, we are pleased with the result., Kitchens Design

    Tuscan-inspired Kitch...

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  • New Kitchen!, Kitchens Design

    New Kitchen!

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  • Made Autumn Oak Into Old World, We wanted to do a kitchen remodel with new cabinets, appliances, backsplash, lighting, etc.  However, our old oak cabinets were so well made we just couldn't bear the thought of throwing them away and investing $25k on new cabinets.  We took the risk of having them professionally painted, glazed and distressed with new hardware.  Our cabinet refinishing process was:
Sand and prepare surface
  Caulk gaps and holes
  Backfill oak wood grains
  Paint basecoat  
  Sand edges
  Stain edges
  Seal wood
  Glaze over surface

They were professionally painted by:
Simply Imagine
By Jan Keller
11104 Bradbury Place
Carmel, In 46033
317-331-3655
Kellerjan@sbcglobal.net
, Kitchens Design

    Made Autumn Oak Into...

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  • Updated Kitchen, Updated kitchen with vanilla maple glazed cabinets, center island in cherry,  4" molding, crystal chandeliers and a "sea" of granite.     Eat in area includes antique mahogony table with antique farmhouse chairs.   5" Brazillian Cherry 3/4" solid hardwood installed throughout kitchen, foyer and back to laundry room (more than 620 sq. ft.).   Handmade curtains with matching chair skirts., Kitchens Design

    Updated Kitchen

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  • Transitional Kitchen and Living Room Remodel, Features include Cabinet Depth SS Refrig. Slate Columns Glass Tile Backsplash center island w/prep sink new lighting (rec. can lights under/over cabinet lighting pendant lighting.  Granite colors = black galaxy and tropical brown.  The adjacent room is our den/family/media room.  Features include up and down lighting on the horizontal soffit above fireplace adding a stacked slate tile to fireplace.  Adding new soffit wall to hold the HDTV projector and additional up and down lighting., Kitchens Design

    Transitional Kitchen ...

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  • Todays American Traditional Kitchen, This project was designed and completed for a beautifull family in Los Angeles. This kitchen is my rendition of todays American Traditional kitchen. By using natural products such as the travertine floor wood countertop and painted white cabinetry I was able to project a feeling of permanence and style while still providing all of todays luxuries., Kitchens Design

    Todays American Trad...

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  • 1940's Kitchen Renovation, Three rooms now become a cozy, entertaining and functional kitchen.  A complete renovation now adds space to our home that is enjoyed by friends and family while creating delightful meals., Kitchens Design

    1940's Kitchen Renova...

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  • New Kitchen, Our previous kitchen was an 8x8 cube in the middle of the house.  We had a room, 11' x 20' on theback of house that was no longer being used as the kids are almost grown and gone.  So I took it for the kitchen.  I am super pleased. Cabinets built by Franklin Hudson, Cairo, Ga.  Visit his website at http://hudsonshobbyshop.site50.net/wordpress/, Kitchens Design

    New Kitchen

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  • TUSCAN KITCHEN, This Tuscan kitchen and dining space features alder wood cabintry, beautiful granite counter tops, and a bold yet sophisticated color palette.  The kitchen is the hub for this family, therefore, seating for 16 around the fabulous island!  Great gathering place for family and friends to enjoy a glass of wine and bruschetta while the pasta is cooking....., Kitchens Design

    TUSCAN KITCHEN

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  • Kitchen remodel, We took out 12x12 FLOOR tiles that had been on the counters and the backsplash, along with a very scratched up porcelain sink.  , Kitchens Design

    Kitchen remodel

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  • From Painted Paneling to Creamy Bisque, Our house was built in 1977 and when we bought it 20 years ago, the first thing I did was paint all the paneling and the dark walnut cabinets a fresh clean white and change the countertops and appliances from harvest gold to white.  Ten years later, I livened things up a bit with the red walls.  This year it was time for a total gutting. Everything, including the dumb wall that separated the front door from the dining room (and made moving any big furniture into or out of the house a major problem) was removed.  The laundry room door beside the counter with the microwave was moved around the corner to allow more kitchen space.  Fridge and oven both moved to right wall.  My whole color scheme was based on what color oven to get.  I knew I didn't want stainless steel (just a personal aversion), so I either had to go with white or bisque. This decision was forced upon me early as Sear's had a 50% off sale on Kenmore double ovens.  I took paint swatches from Lowes to Sears to see exactly what color I would be dealing with in bisque as you know how department store lighting is.  I walked around the mall for a couple of hours studying this paint swatch and made my decision: bisque it would be (Waverly Bay Oyster in the paint swatch matched perfectly).  Everything else fell into place.  The cabinets have a conversion varnish on them tinted to my color.  This finish is like an automotive finish - very durable.  Countertops are Caesarstone chocolate truffle, and hardware and faucet are oil rubbed bronze.  The Kohler smart divide sink is biscuit., Kitchens Design

    From Painted Panelin...

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  • Traditional Cherry with a Modern Twist, I designed these cherry cabinets and had them made by Masters Woodworking.  They are topped with black granite counters.  The ovens and cooktop are stainless steel.  Both the refrigerator and dishwasher have custom fronts that match the cabinetry, including the drawer lines.  A couple of my favorite features are the bar that has seating on both sides, which is great for conversations and playing games, and the 32" tv with an appliance garage below.  The backsplash is made of 1"x1" glass tiles. My kitchen combines good looks and functionality.  The floors are made of 3" Angico wood., Kitchens Design

    Traditional Cherry wi...

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  • From Blue to Beautiful Kitchen, Our total DIY kitchen remodel., Kitchens Design

    From Blue to Beautifu...

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  • Lincoln Park Kitchen: Before, Our kitchen was as the builder created it in 1987.  It held up well, but the renovation was overdue.  We love our new kitchen!, Kitchens Design

    Lincoln Park Kitchen:...

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  • Our favorite room, Our new kitchen, Kitchens Design

    Our favorite room

    3 photos, 1,708 Views, Flag

  • Modern Kitchen, Here's an updated version of my kitchen.  I went ahead and added the sconces on the pendants... I found them for 10 bucks a piece!  My kitchen itself is small however it's completely open to the living room/dining room so it makes it feel a lot larger and brighter.  Plus it's also great for entertaining!  Because the living room/dining room are so light and bright the darkness of the kitchen contrasts very nicely., Kitchens Design

    Modern Kitchen

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