Crockery Unit Designs & Ideas
Andrew Sherman Photography
Andrew Sherman www.AndrewSherman.co
Stephanie Johnson, architect. Jeffrey Jakucyk, photographer. David A Millett, interiors.
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
The new floors are local Oregon white oak, and the dining table was made from locally salvaged walnut. The range is a vintage Craigslist find, and a wood-burning stove easily and efficiently heats the small house. Photo by Lincoln Barbour.
This modern Farm House Kitchen was one of our favorite designs this season.
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
This kitchen was formerly a dark paneled, cluttered, divided space with little natural light. By eliminating partitions and creating a more functional, open floorplan, as well as adding modern windows with traditional detailing, providing lovingly detailed built-ins for the clients extensive collection of beautiful dishes, and lightening up the color palette we were able to create a rather miraculous transformation. The wide plank salvaged pine floors, the antique french dining table, as well as the Galbraith & Paul drum pendant and the salvaged antique glass monopoint track pendants all help to provide a warmth to the crisp detailing. Renovation/Addition. Rob Karosis Photography
Simons Design Studio
Interior Designer: Simons Design Studio Builder: Magleby Construction Photography: Allison Niccum
Huestis Tucker Architects, LLC
Family room with vaulted ceiling, photo by Nancy Elizabeth Hill
Terracotta Design Build
Morgante Wilson Architects
Werner Straube Photography
The hand-embroidered, satin silk used on the window panels and throw pillows is the creme de la creme of the Stroheim & Romann fabric line. Paris Texas antique-gold-leaf hardware upholds this jewel of a fabric. As requested by the client, the secretary's interior was transformed into a showcase with glass replacing wooden shelves and with custom lighting.
Photography: Lisa Sze
Carrick Custom Home Design
Cape Associates, Inc.
As innkeepers, Lois and Evan Evans know all about hospitality. So after buying a 1955 Cape Cod cottage whose interiors hadn’t been updated since the 1970s, they set out on a whole-house renovation, a major focus of which was the kitchen. The goal of this renovation was to create a space that would be efficient and inviting for entertaining, as well as compatible with the home’s beach-cottage style. Cape Associates removed the wall separating the kitchen from the dining room to create an open, airy layout. The ceilings were raised and clad in shiplap siding and highlighted with new pine beams, reflective of the cottage style of the home. New windows add a vintage look. The designer used a whitewashed palette and traditional cabinetry to push a casual and beachy vibe, while granite countertops add a touch of elegance. The layout was rearranged to include an island that’s roomy enough for casual meals and for guests to hang around when the owners are prepping party meals. Placing the main sink and dishwasher in the island instead of the usual under-the-window spot was a decision made by Lois early in the planning stages. “If we have guests over, I can face everyone when I’m rinsing vegetables or washing dishes,” she says. “Otherwise, my back would be turned.” The old avocado-hued linoleum flooring had an unexpected bonus: preserving the original oak floors, which were refinished. The new layout includes room for the homeowners’ hutch from their previous residence, as well as an old pot-bellied stove, a family heirloom. A glass-front cabinet allows the homeowners to show off colorful dishes. Bringing the cabinet down to counter level adds more storage. Stacking the microwave, oven and warming drawer adds efficiency.
We used the window wall to build a china cabinet for much needed storage. We used Dove White by Ben Moore, and Painted the insides in a navy blue to add some depth. We used an oversized glass drop crystal chandelier with brass tones, and repeated the brass with the acrylic/brass pulls in the china cabinets. Wall coverings by Schumacher on upper portion of walls
color theory Boston
photo: Michael J Lee
Raw Urth Designs
Raw Urth's hand-crafted Cherry Hills Range Hood Finish : Antique patina on steel *Kitchen Design : Kitchen Studio, Kansas City *Photo credit : Matt Kocourek
jonathan gooch photography
Jonathan Gooch © 2014 Houzz
Bob Chatham Custom Home Design
The kitchen has a coastal appeal with rustic wood finishes and metal lighting. The white cabinets and ship lap walls complete the look. This beautiful beach house was designed by Bob Chatham and built on Ono Island by Phillip Vlahos Homes.
Crockery Unit Designs & Ideas