Kitchen Entrance Designs & Ideas

2011 Showcase - Hillside Retreat
2011 Showcase - Hillside Retreat
Witt ConstructionWitt Construction
A European-California influenced Custom Home sits on a hill side with an incredible sunset view of Saratoga Lake. This exterior is finished with reclaimed Cypress, Stucco and Stone. While inside, the gourmet kitchen, dining and living areas, custom office/lounge and Witt designed and built yoga studio create a perfect space for entertaining and relaxation. Nestle in the sun soaked veranda or unwind in the spa-like master bath; this home has it all. Photos by Randall Perry Photography.
Godolphin
Godolphin
COUPDEVILLECOUPDEVILLE
Architectural Photography by Simon Kennedy http://www.simonkennedy.net/
Palo Alto Eichler full remodel
Palo Alto Eichler full remodel
Lucile Glessner DesignLucile Glessner Design
Eichler remodel including 2 baths, kitchen, lighting, floors, finishes Photographs JRF photography
Kitchen
Kitchen
Elizabeth Lawson DesignElizabeth Lawson Design
Photography by Jennifer Hughes
Rufty Homes - Kitchen
Rufty Homes - Kitchen
Rufty Custom Built Homes and RemodelingRufty Custom Built Homes and Remodeling
Rufty Homes was recognized by the National Association of Home Builders with its “Room of the Year” award, as well as a platinum award for “Interior Design: Kitchen”, in the 2012 Best in American Living Awards (BALA). For the past 6 years, Rufty Homes has been named top custom home builder by Triangle Business Journal.
Willow Oak Residence
Willow Oak Residence
Moore Architects, PCMoore Architects, PC
Originally built in 1889 a short walk from the old East Falls Church rail station, the vaguely reminiscent gothic Victorian was a landmark in a neighborhood of late 19th century wood frame homes. The two story house had been changed many times over its 116 year life with most of the changes diminishing the style and integrity of the original home. Beginning during the mid-twentieth century, few of the changes could be seen as improvements. The wonderfully dominate front tower was obscured by a bathroom shed roof addition. The exterior skin was covered with asbestos siding, requiring the removal of any wood detailing projecting from its surface. Poorly designed diminutive additions were added to the rear creating small, awkward, low ceiling spaces that became irrelevant to the modern user. The house was in serious need of a significant renovation and restoration. A young family purchased the house and immediately realized the inadequacies; sub-par spaces, kitchen, bathrooms and systems. The program for this project was closely linked to aesthetics, function and budget. The program called for significantly enlarging the house with a major new rear addition taking the place of the former small additions. Critically important to the program was to not only protect the integrity of the original house, but to restore and expand the house in such a way that the addition would be seamless. The completed house had to fulfill all of the requirements of a modern house with significant living spaces, including reconfigured foyer, living room and dining room on the first floor and three modified bedrooms on the second floor. On the rear of the house a new addition created a new kitchen, family room, mud room, powder room and back stair hall. This new stair hall connected the new and existing first floor to a new basement recreation room below and a new master bedroom suite with laundry and second bathroom on the second floor. The entire exterior of the house was stripped to the original sheathing. New wood windows, wood lap siding, wall trim including roof eave and rake trim were installed. Each of the details on the exterior of the house matched the original details. This fact was confirmed by researching the house and studying turn-of-the-century photographs. The second floor addition was removed, facilitating the restoration of the four sided mansard roof tower. The final design for the house is strong but not overpowering. As a renovated house, the finished product fits the neighborhood, restoring its standing as a landmark, satisfying the owner’s needs for house and home. Hoachlander Davis Photography
The Great Spaces! Kitchen
The Great Spaces! Kitchen
Great Spaces!Great Spaces!
Paint-Sherwin Williams Tony Taupe, Cabinetry-Kitchen Craft, Alabaster w/Pewter Glaze and Cappuccino w/Chocolate Glaze, Lighting-Pottery Barn's Hundi Lantern's and Kichler's Circolo chandelier, Tile-Emser Tile, Glass 3 x 6 Fog, Granite-Arctic Cream. Thanks for looking! Jo McKeown/Great Spaces! Special Thanks to Reed Lewis Photography
Parkwood Road Residence Kitchen
Parkwood Road Residence Kitchen
Martha O'Hara InteriorsMartha O'Hara Interiors
Martha O'Hara Interiors, Interior Selections & Furnishings | Charles Cudd De Novo, Architecture | Troy Thies Photography | Shannon Gale, Photo Styling
Contemporary Shaker Kitchen
Contemporary Shaker Kitchen
Tom HowleyTom Howley
This bright and light shaker style kitchen is painted in bespoke Tom Howley paint colour; Chicory, the light Ivory Spice granite worktops and Mazzano Tumbled marble flooring create a heightened sense of space.
Kitchens
Kitchens
MylandsMylands
Sloane Square No.92 External Wall Cabinet. Archway House No.106 External Base Cabinets. Leadenhall No.118 Larder Exterior. Kitchen by Smallbone of Devizes. Smallbone’s Beaconsfield showroom.
Classical Kitchen
Classical Kitchen
Pickell ArchitecturePickell Architecture
Photo Credit - Katrina Mojzesz topkatphoto.com Interior Design - Katja van der Loo Papyrus Home Design papyrushomedesign.com Homeowner & Design Director - Sue Walter, subeeskitchen.com
White Kitchen with Pops of Lime
White Kitchen with Pops of Lime
Palazzo Kitchens & BathroomsPalazzo Kitchens & Bathrooms
Morrison and Alison’s new kitchen is from our modern Pronorm Classicline range in matt artic white with dark rift oak feature furniture and panels. The white units provide a calm and harmonious vibe whilst the dark oak furniture creates a stunning contrast which is injected with of splashes colour from the customers own accessories.

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