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Results found for "shaker style"

  • My shaker bedroom, This is a small bedroom on a mezzanine that opens to a two-story atrium/office., Bedrooms Design

    My shaker bedroom

    6 photos, 448 Views, Flag

  • Tiny Master Bath Redo, I've got a tiny master bath that was originally builder grade melamine cabinets & white all over.  I wanted to warm it up and make it better fit with the age of my house (1857)., Bathrooms Design

    Tiny Master Bath Red...

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  • My Barn Door Kitchen Remodel, Old space was taken down to the studs and rebuilt. Old space was a U shaped space that was very tiny. Removed the wall between the kitchen and mud room to increase kitchen size. Have an amazing island and I built barn style doors for my new pantry., Kitchens Design

    My Barn Door Kitchen...

    10 photos, 11,149 Views, Flag

  • Simple Kitchenette, Little simple Kitchenette have Mission/Shaker Door Style with Espresso Finish on Maple wood. Subway white tile for backsplash with an accent piece of linear multi blend glass & metal on it that pulls the color of the cabinet & accessories of stainless steel. With a beautiful Pental Quartz countertop.

Elan Kitchen & Bath Design Center, LLC
Designer: Sheila Ann V. Cotto, Kitchens Design

    Simple Kitchenette

    1 photo, 449 Views, Flag

  • Shaker Style , Kitchens Design

    Shaker Style

    3 photos, 1,068 Views, Flag

  • A Keeping Room Kitchen Makeover, Our Vermont kitchen had great light and a cozy woodstove- but the plywood cabinets and purple formica countertops had to go.  We turned it into a space for cooking eating and warming together by the fire.  The adjoining pantry has all the clutter!, Kitchens Design

    A Keeping Room Kitch...

    6 photos, 1,986 Views, Flag

  • 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...

    8 photos, 6,678 Views, Flag

  • Homemade dining room, Our dining room originally had a French country feel with traditional picture frame chair rail moulding. We both enjoy contemporary shaker style so we took on the project of constructing our own molding to give height and volume (seen here). We did not just stop at the molding we made a custom picnic style dining room table that is contrasted with steel legs for contrast. To top the whole look off we made our own zebra wood doom chandler to complement our chairs., Dining Rooms Design

    Homemade dining room

    3 photos, 909 Views, Flag

  • Budget friendly kitchen , Our shaker style cabinets and Silestone counters make this space sleek yet warm and inviting.  The stainless steel island was a last minute decision and we love it. Sink wall is painted in a metallic paint and altho dark in color the space is still very open and bright. , Kitchens Design

    Budget friendly kitche...

    4 photos, 2,855 Views, Flag

  • Bright, traditional complete kitchen redo!, When we bought our new house 6 months ago we fell in love with everything about it...except the kitchen.  Ew.  It was old outdated and simply not conducive to our style.  It took 5 months but we're finally enjoying our dream kitchen!, Kitchens Design

    Bright, traditional co...

    5 photos, 1,707 Views, Flag

  • modern on a budget, You won't see granite countertops or stainless steel appliances in this kitchen.  Nope, this is modern on a budget.  I think it is perhaps way more challenging to design a space on a very limited budget than to spend to your heart's desire.  It's about how to spend wisely without compromising the  design intent.  There are still a few minor things we plan to do in the space, but the majority of it is complete., Kitchens Design

    modern on a budget

    5 photos, 215 Views, Flag

  • Shaker Style Kitchen Cabinets, Kitchens Design

    Shaker Style Kitchen ...

    6 photos, 2,277 Views, Flag

  • My New Recycled Kitchen Reno Before/After, I have recycled my kitchen cabinets from the outdated 80's orange oak, to a more updated modern brown/black, shaker style. I am proud to say that I did the entire reno myself which included everything from electrical to carpentry, on a very tight budget. It took me a little better than a year, but it was done solo. (Girls rule :) !!! I realize that it is not perfect, but I am very happy with the modern changes. Now I would like some honest opinions. The finishing touches are yet to be done, so bare with me. As you will see I am in the throws of adding hits of jalapeno green. Any and all ideas are welcome. :), Kitchens Design

    My New Recycled Kitc...

    10 photos, 1,221 Views, Flag

  • masterbedroom and the rest of the house. How do I get the bedroom to reflect the other rooms?, Large master bedroom does not reflect the style in the rest of the house. Needs updating. How and Help?!, Bedrooms Design

    masterbedroom and the ...

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  • Something's Gotta Give Inspired Kitchen, We built what was supposed to be our "dream house" in 2006-07, but I was designing the kitchen in my mind for years before that. I won't go into the gory details, but suffice to say we had a LOT of problems, many still outstanding, and it's likely the house may never be worth what we ended up paying for it, thanks to a crooked/incompetent contractor and other woes. 

On the bright side, though it's not perfect, it's still pretty comfy, especially if you don't look too closely, and it's a lot nicer than any house I ever thought I'd live in, even in my wildest imagination. It wasn't that long ago that I was making Thanksgiving dinner for 12 in a tiny apartment with a 20-year-old coil top stove and 3 sq. inches of counter space, so I do know how very, very lucky I am.

I did all the design, from basic floor plan to decorating, myself, so blame me if you hate it. And, no, not everything is exactly as I'd like it, but the money tree didn't take root, so I work with what I have, including a lot of flat pack furniture. I was inspired by, among other things, the Hampton's beach house in the movie Something's Gotta Give, even though we're nowhere near the water, unfortunately. I guess I'd call my overall "look" cottage beach house via Pottery Barn.

To answer the most frequently asked question ... I'm an avid cook and baker and often feed a crowd so, yes, I really do use all those ovens. There are five, in case you're counting: two electric, one gas, a convection/steam oven and an Advantium.

Thanks to all who have taken the time to share comments, and a special thank you for all those folks who shared their own kitchen pictures, many of which inspired me. I am just trying to return the favor.

If you're interested in additional details and more photos, of the whole house, actually, you can go to:, Kitchens Design

    Something's Gotta Gi...

    21 photos, 60,767 Views, Flag

  • RAATS Kitchen, DIY Galley style re-model.  We did everything including installing the counter tops, making all of the drawer and door fronts. Off and on it took us a total of 4 months to finish, this was our first kitchen remodel and we are very happy with the results., Kitchens Design

    RAATS Kitchen

    11 photos, 997 Views, Flag

  • John & Nancy's Kitchen, Remodeled late 1970's kitchen, Kitchens Design

    John & Nancy's Kitche...

    12 photos, 806 Views, Flag

  • Urban Kitchen, I purchased my 1939 rowhouse from the estate of the original owner.  The good news was that the house was in original condition.  The bad news was that the house was in original condition.  This meant no dishwasher, only one electric outlet in the entire kitchen and a very awkward layout.  The entire kitchen is 14' x 7'6" so I had to work hard to fit in everything I wanted without having a cluttered space., Kitchens Design

    Urban Kitchen

    2 photos, 1,264 Views, Flag

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