31,40,672 Kitchen Design Ideas
Edmond Kitchen & Bath LLC
This creative transitional space was transformed from a very dated layout that did not function well for our homeowners - who enjoy cooking for both their family and friends. They found themselves cooking on a 30" by 36" tiny island in an area that had much more potential. A completely new floor plan was in order. An unnecessary hallway was removed to create additional space and a new traffic pattern. New doorways were created for access from the garage and to the laundry. Just a couple of highlights in this all Thermador appliance professional kitchen are the 10 ft island with two dishwashers (also note the heated tile area on the functional side of the island), double floor to ceiling pull-out pantries flanking the refrigerator, stylish soffited area at the range complete with burnished steel, niches and shelving for storage. Contemporary organic pendants add another unique texture to this beautiful, welcoming, one of a kind kitchen! Photos by David Cobb Photography.
New cabinets & cabinet refacing paired with Cambria counter tops creates this one-of-a-kind kitchen remodel. Satin white, Kershaw styled doors for simplicity, yet elegance. Swanbridge Cambria quartz for the wall/perimeter counter tops and Parys blue for the island create contrast int eh design. Enriched detailsl like glass-front cabinets and Matte Dessert Gray backsplash in subway style impart textural interest throughout. Photography: Andy Ryan www.andyryanphotography.com
The end of this island features clean lines and plenty of storage. Additionally, there is a prep sink and plenty of seating.
Crown Point Cabinetry
Glass panels let the natural light show through the cabinetry highlighting favorite dishes. Photo by Crown Point Cabinetry
Judith Balis Interiors
SGDI - Sarah Gallop Design Inc.
This beach house was renovated to create an inviting escape for its owners’ as home away from home. The wide open greatroom that pours out onto vistas of sand and surf from behind a nearly removable bi-folding wall of glass, making summer entertaining a treat for the host and winter storm watching a true marvel for guests to behold. The views from each of the upper level bedroom windows make it hard to tell if you have truly woken in the morning, or if you are still dreaming… Photography: Paul Grdina
Westlake Development Group, LLC
Justin Krug Photography
Lindye Galloway Interiors
Marisa Vitale Photography www.marisavitale.com
Jim Yochum Photography