I find the shape interesting. Also, it's not super-tall.
I like the color of the cabinets. I wonder what it is - the article didn't say. It looks as if it could be correct to match the blue in our Talavera sink>
I've never seen that pebble tile on a wall - that's a neat idea!
I do love that mermaid tail tile!
Dream patio (and attached house)!
We could borrow the look of the pizza oven but make the opening larger for a hearth.
So striking! Not my style, but I love the variety of textures, yet they make a cohesive look.
wish I had unlimited funds - this is so beautiful!
another view of my dream living room
My dream living room
Very practical for storing coffee/tea mugs!
This is so attractive to me. I think it's because it is orderly and sleek - which translates to "clean" (to me).
I like this wooden vanity - simple. Must show Paul for hallway bathroom.
An idea so that we wouldn't have to wait for trees to grow tall - the grasses sit on top of the wall.
I think these cabinets are the type that Paul wants for our kitchen - shaker style and the light wood tone.
This is a new thought for me - to bring a half wall out from the border wall thereby creating a planter area. We could build it at the same height as the fireplace hearth.
Put a grate along the top and use as a grill!
Paul loves this
simple and serene
would like to have a privacy screen like this one (bushes)
Love the efficiency of this pull-out
kitchen garden and espaliered fruit trees on the wall - maybe we could do that.
Like the wood on the cabinets. I even like the blue shower tiles, but oh what a commitment that is!
other side of "gorgeous"
interior of front yard solution
solution for front yard privacy and noise-control
In my dreams...….but I can have these elements in my simple home.
tiled wall and matching tiled tub apron
No reason to save this other than the thought that it looks SO peaceful.
What I like about this are the cabinets and how they used the cabinet between the two sinks.
Bifold doors were used next to the stove so that the cook doesn't have to reach around doors while getting things out of the cupboard for cooking. Smart!
Love the heavy wooden drawers for pots and pans, esp. the open pulls instead of hardware. I've never seen this idea without doors that cover the front.
Nice, especially if you have a small area out front (not us).
So here is an example of the combination of open cabinetry, cabinets with frosted/opaque glass fronts and solid fronts. I would have used more of the glass on those uppers.
Another example of how we could put up cabinets, but leave the doors off, to create a more "open and airy" feeling in our small kitchen. I'd do this only in one area or just on the window wall.
I like the idea of having a smaller (narrower) dishwasher: 1) We are using our dishwasher less often, so we don't need a big one. 2) This would give us a little more storage space since we could make up the missing dishwasher space with cabinetry. The difference in width is 6". Frigidaire models run a little less than a thousand dollars.