Kitchen False Ceiling Designs & Ideas
This was one of our most dramatic kitchen transformations yet. The old kitchen was poorly configured and very outdated. During the remodel, the kitchen and family room were opened up and reconfigured to give the homeowners a delightful, very modern kitchen and eat-in area. This kitchen renovation features high gloss cabinets in white and plum, glass bar top with stainless steel supports, black and gray counters, black tile backsplash behind the Viking range, black glass tiles in the wet bar area and limestone floor.
Design By Lisa
Photo Credit: Mark Ehlen
Ivory & McHugh Architects, llc.
Interior Designer: Amy Miller Kitchen: Joanne Hudson Photographer: Barry Halkin
Aaron Leitz Photography
Landmark Services Inc
This is a carriage house conversion that combines historic and modern elements.
Brinton Painting, LLC
Andrew Pogue Photography Located on one of the highest hilltops in Lakeway, this contemporary home enjoys panoramas of the Texas Hill Country. The home employs it’s unique position, surrounded by nature preserve, to integrate views with a variety of interior and outdoor spaces. The all stone entry features two massive pivot doors, front and back to view across the all negative edge pool, and on to the 15 mile view.
Photolux Commercial Studio
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RVM Construction Inc.
The openness of this kitchen invites culinary creativity.
Porcelain tile with wood grain 4" canned recessed lighting Carerra marble Waterfall Island #buildboswell
Kitchen Model: Snaidero WAY Finish: Coffee Elm Location: Chicago, IL Designer: Brandy Cohen, Senior Designer at Studio Snaidero Chicago More information on Snaidero WAY cabinetry: https://goo.gl/bCKaWL
arcylic counter stools, marble counters, modern lighting, waterfall island
WoodForm Concrete® is a lightweight engineered composite that looks like wood and acts like stone. It will not split, crack, splinter, stain or rot. Multiple color choices, edge details, accessories and more make this material a must-have if you truly want the look of, “wood without the worry”. This revolutionary product enables wood to be used in areas that real wood would be impossible or impractical. This product has more than 50% recycled content, 0% waste in its production, it's lightweight and easy to transport, will last longer than wood and has a lower Embodied Energy in its production.
Photo: Peter Rymwid.