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Results found for "cool white upper cabinets"

  • Buhbye Sea of Oakiness :), Our 14 year old worn and yellowed but structurally sound oak cabinets got a facelift. The space feels larger and much, much brighter! We used rustoleum kitchen transformations in linen, unglazed and espresso, glazed. The project took us 8 weeks. Still have floor to do but so happy the cabinets are done!, Kitchens Design

    Buhbye Sea of Oakines...

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  • The Baleful Kitchen, 60% completed so far. Remaining work to be done: doors and drawer fronts, backsplash, hutch and island unit, floor. Everything is handbuilt so progress is slow., Kitchens Design

    The Baleful Kitchen

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  • White & Floral, This home was built in 1997, and the kitchen has white tile floors, white appliances, white ceilings and white cabinets.  The only color in the room is the dark navy formica counter tops along with loads of pink & green floral wallpaper.   The space is large and has loads of counter space and cabinets with a good size breakfast room.  Finding fabric that matches pink floral without going with more floral was difficult.  My husband is not that fond of pink in the kitchen and he is now doing the majority of the cooking since retiring.  I love gas to cook with, but the original builder put in a center island electric cooktop even though there is gas in the house, what a shame., Kitchens Design

    White & Floral

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  • Spent small change, got a big change, When we bought this foreclosed home, our intention was to rip out the entire kitchen and start over--new cabinets, granite, appliances, the works.  But life happened.  Although we paid cash for the house, a subsequent layoff meant we had to scale back our renovation plans.  Which was fine by me.  We have scraped for years to get the things we wanted--no sense throwing away all those skills now!, Kitchens Design

    Spent small change, go...

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  • Clean, contemporary, elegant!, Granite countertops, white cabinets, chrome fixtures, Electrolux icon appliances, double oven, gas range cooktop, marble backsplash, Kitchens Design

    Clean, contemporary, ...

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  • Sleek Small Kitchen - Before & After, This is my very small kitchen in my very small cottage in the Hollywood Hills.  I remodeled the kitchen about 2 years ago. This remodel inspired me to start my own interior design website called Cococozy (

The kitchen now features CaesarStone countertops, glass upper and lower cabinets from Ikea, a great deep Kohler stainless undermount sink, a modern brushed stainless KWC faucet and spray and a backsplash made of glass and porcelain Porcelanosa large wall tiles.  I went with stainless appliances to compliment the trim on the cabinet doors and the backsplash.

Before, the kitchen featured white tile counter tops, old crooked wood cabinets and a country style console provided counter space and storage under the kitchen's bay window.

The goal of the remodel was to simplify and clean up the lines in the space to make the kitchen design feel cohesive and modern.

, Kitchens Design

    Sleek Small Kitchen -...

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  • Bright White Kitchen Remodel, Bright white cabinets and dark island base for contrast.  12 x 12 kitchen with tall pantry where I used wrapping paper as the background.  Hood and white marble backsplash are my favorite!, Kitchens Design

    Bright White Kitchen ...

    5 photos, 2,956 Views, Flag

  • Traditional Green Apple Modern, Custom floor to ceiling height, solid maple cabinets, face frame construction with inset doors. Finished in white with conversion varnish. Wainscot style finished ends and island details. Caesarstone Quartz countertops in Jet Black. Under cabinet lighting. Backlit upper cabinets for display. Oversized glass pendants over island. Farmhouse style, fire clay apron sink., Kitchens Design

    Traditional Green App...

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  • Classic Master Bathroom, The Master bathroom is very spacious. The colors are very neutral, it is a relaxing space., Bathrooms Design

    Classic Master Bathr...

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  • Budget Cottage "Vintage" Kitchen remodel for $600, White builder grade kitchen with special touches and color added., Kitchens Design

    Budget Cottage "Vinta...

    18 photos, 1,586 Views, Flag

  • refinished cuboards, We had very old and used cabinets. We refinshed them. We also filled in the old fashioned lines down the middle. This is the first time we ever tried something like this!  Still have to finish the rest of the kitchen and find somemore bottom cabinets!, Kitchens Design

    refinished cuboards

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  • Gray kitchen with open floor plan, The wife and I decided to remodel our kitchen and do all the design work ourselves. I used MS paint to lay out our blueprint. We've never done anything like this before but will definitley do it again. We had a blast. 
Before and after pictures of our upstairs remodel that includes our kitchen, living room, dining room, hallway and master bedroom., Kitchens Design

    Gray kitchen with open...

    14 photos, 1,155 Views, Flag

  • Spa-like Master Bathroom, Cool tones of white, grey and aqua give this bathroom that spa-like feeling., Bathrooms Design

    Spa-like Master Bath...

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  • Kitchen on a McDonalds Budget, Scott on Income Property used dark lower cabinets and light upper cabinets, which I just loved, it made a kitchen look much bigger. Then we used a high gloss white for the uppers. We had one issue with the uppers they looked like white boxes stuck on the wall and it did not look very good at all. So while watching Kitchen Cousins I noticed that they used one pop of color on the cabinets and it looked great, I thought why not make the sides of the white cabinets the same color as the wall so they look like they are floating and now they look great. Also during Kitchen Cousins used different handles on each cabinet which looked really good, so we did just the four uppers with different handles but in the same color family. On to the tile back splash; most tile back splashes are just on the back wall, I wanted to use a very strong brown glass tile with copper going through it and I was watching Property Brothers Buying and Selling when I saw Jonathan do an “L” shape on the side wall. During Kitchen Crashes she used a natural stone on the wall and had the home owner seal that stone before grouting so the grout would not stick. Perfect, first doing the outline and using white grout, then sealing the white grout. I then put in the brown tiles and used brown grout and it worked, I was nervous about the brown grout sticking to the white but it worked perfectly. Our mobile home only had one light in the entire kitchen and it was above the sink, as we worked on the house I was constantly thinking about how to resolve this issue without doing too much damage. I thought I was going to open the ceiling and run the wires but this scares me, how would I match the splatter and was I going to have to drill trough a lot of rafters. During one of the shows they built a bulk head and dropped two pendant lights from it over a small counter, I was so excited I could barely contain myself, what a great solution., Kitchens Design

    Kitchen on a McDonald...

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  • Asymmetrical Kitchen Remodel, Before moving into this newly purchased home, the owners had an opportunity to remodel the kitchen. Built in 1990, this kitchen was compartmentalized and outdated. The island was too small and a bottleneck formed between the island and refrigerator. The owners wanted to open up the space to the living and dining areas. 

Inspired by Mexican contemporary architecture, the kitchen was transformed. The tile backsplash, dark counters and small island were all removed. The florescent light box was swapped with cool pendants and recessed lighting. A new kitchen sink is now located under a new picture box window allowing views to the street. Overhead cabinets in a bright, fun hue and open wood shelving with accent lighting and decorative tile bring functionality to the space. The cooktop remains in the enlarged, asymmetrical island and now accommodates seating. Some appliances were updated and a new pantry with additional storage was constructed around the refrigerator. Finishing the look is new Brazilian Pecan hardwood flooring. 

Now this family has an updated, contemporary kitchen that is open to the living spaces and can freely enjoy hosting friends and family. 

Photography by Paul Finkel, Kitchens Design

    Asymmetrical Kitchen...

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  • Puerto Rican Cocina (Kitchen), Light filled big kitchen in the tropics, built in concrete Island.  , Kitchens Design

    Puerto Rican Cocina (...

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  • Kitchen in my new home, This is the kitchen in my new home. It still lacks the glass for the upper cabinets and the cup pulls for the drawers but, it's almost finished!, Kitchens Design

    Kitchen in my new hom...

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  • 1957 Bl & Wh Kitchen Unique, This is our 1957 Florida kitchen.   The kitchen is the first room your eyes are drawn to when you enter the house.  The kitchen is long and narrow with one entrance and exit.  The cabinets are suspended from the ceiling by iron bars.  16 cabinets and 3 deep drawers.  I have pictures of the kitchen.  I welcome all serious suggestions on "How to achieve more storage room".  I would love to have a dishwasher.Thank you. , Kitchens Design

    1957 Bl & Wh Kitchen ...

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