Kitchen Moulding Designs & Ideas
Creative Design Construction, Inc.
The existing 3000 square foot colonial home was expanded to more than double its original size. The end result was an open floor plan with high ceilings, perfect for entertaining, bathroom for every bedroom, closet space, mudroom, and unique details ~ all of which were high priorities for the homeowner. Photos-Peter Rymwid Photography
Modern Cape Cod
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
Atherton Estate newly completed in 2011.
Whittney Parkinson Design
Sarah Shields Photography
Turan Designs, Inc.
Traditional White Kitchen with Formal Wood Hood
This compact yet highly functional kitchen is also glamorous with a capital G. The stylish peninsula allows four people to dine comfortably and also adds additional work space when needed. Cabinets all the way to the ceiling, lots of mirror, including a mirrored kick plate, multiple reflective surfaces and various lighting make the room appear larger than its 10 x 10 footprint. Note the extra thick counters with water fall ends, custom table leg, and over-sized cabinet pulls. Another trick to add interest and scale is to use different finishes for the upper and lower cabinets. Don't forget the fourth wall (the ceiling) when designing your space. This kitchen's ceiling is adorned with a silvery paper embossed to look like a beautifully tufted sofa. "Designer San Francisco" "San Francisco Style" "Blue in San Francisco" "Bold Color San Francisco" "San Francisco Bedroom" "Kitchen Design San Francisco" "San Francisco Modern" "San Francisco Classic Twist" "San Francisco" San Francisco" "Edgy San Francisco" "San Francisco Style" "Designer San Francisco" "Bold Design San francisco" "Decorating San Francsio" "San Francisco Bold" "San Francisco Chic" "Chic San Francisco" "Winning Design San Francisco" "Brave Living rooms San Francisco" "Bold color San Francisco" "Luxurious San Francisco" "Living in Luxury San Francisco" "San Francisco Living" "Color San Francisco"
Agence Véronique Cotrel
Kara Cox Interiors
Photography by Stacey Van Berkel
The Kitchen features Dura Supreme Alectra Cabinetry, new oak flooring, granite countertops, and Wolf / Sub-Zero Appliances. | Photography: Landmark Photography | Interior Design: Bruce Kading Interior Design
Taylor & Taylor, Inc.
The pool house has an oversized chandler in antique pewter, and a Welsh dresser made of English oak, circa 1830, holds a collection of brightly colored dinnerware.