Kitchen Window Designs & Ideas
Barbra Bright Design
The mixture of grey green cabinets with the distressed wood floors and ceilings, gives this farmhouse kitchen a feeling of warmth. Cabinets: Brookhaven and the color is Green Stone Benjamin Moore paint color: There's not an exact match for Green Stone, but Gettysburg Grey, HC 107 is close. Sink: Krauss, model KHF200-30, stainless steel Faucet: Kraus, modelKPF-1602 Hardware: Restoration hardware, Dakota cup and Dakota round knob. The finish was either the chestnut or iron. Windows: Bloomberg is the manufacturer the hardware is from Restoration hardware--Dakota cup and Dakota round knob. The finish was either the chestnut or iron. Floors: European Oak that is wired brushed. The company is Provenza, Pompeii collection and the color is Amiata. Distressed wood: The wood is cedar that's been treated to look distressed! My client is brilliant , so he did some googling (is that a word?) and came across several sites that had a recipe to do just that. He put a steel wool pad into a jar of vinegar and let it sit for a bit. In another jar, he mixed black tea with water. Brush the tea on first and let it dry. Then brush on the steel wool/vinegar (don't forget to strain the wool). Voila, the wood turns dark. Andrew McKinney Photography
Gallery Kitchens and Baths
St. Martin White Gray kitchen
Pennville Custom Cabinetry
Karen Swanson, owner of New England Design Works in Manchester, MA keeps designing award winning Pennville Custom Cabinetry kitchens. You may remember that earlier this year, Karen won both the regional Sub-Zero Design Contest and the National Kitchen & Bath Association's medium kitchen of the year. firstname.lastname@example.org 978.500.1096.
Harry Braswell Inc.
LEED Certified renovation of existing house.
Tim Cuppett Architects
photo by Ryann Ford. Paint color on base cabinets is Benjamin Moore, Dolphin. House white is Benjamin Moore, White Dove
Turnbull Griffin Haesloop
Photo by David Wakely
Design Studio West
Our major goal was to have the ‘kitchen addition’, keep the authentic Spanish Revival style in this 1929 home.
Location: Sand Point, ID. Photos by Marie-Dominique Verdier; built by Selle Valley
This mid-century modern was a full restoration back to this home's former glory. The vertical grain fir ceilings were reclaimed, refinished, and reinstalled. The floors were a special epoxy blend to imitate terrazzo floors that were so popular during this period. The quartz countertops waterfall on both ends and the handmade tile accents the backsplash. Reclaimed light fixtures, hardware, and appliances put the finishing touches on this remodel. Photo credit - Inspiro 8 Studios
Warmington & North
Custom cabinetry by Warmington & North Architect: Hoedemaker Pfeiffer Photography: Haris Kenjar
Lawrence and Gomez Architects
Red birch cabinets in classic Shaker wide style; glass upper cabinets and custom built-in cherry breakfast nook; white granite counters, marble and glass backsplash; Thermador appliances
Lizzie O'Brien Interior Design
Builder: CMM Custom Homes Cabinetry: Erik Kitchen Design