Two Tone Kitchen Cabinet Designs & Ideas
A galley kitchen with a dual tone blue and beige combination features a letter box window opening to the kitchen garden.
Nayan Soni Photography
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
Oakley Home Builders
Photos By Kaity
Kate Bruinsma - Photos By Kaity
Orren Pickell Building Group
Chef's kitchen with white perimeter recessed panel cabinetry. In contrast, the island and refrigerator cabinets are a dark lager color. All cabinetry is by Brookhaven. Kitchen back splash is 3x6 Manhattan Field tile in #1227 Peacock with 4.25x4.25 bullnose in the same color. Niche is 4.25" square Cordoba Plain Fancy fIeld tile in #1227 Peacock with fluid crackle finish and 3.12 square Turkistan Floral Fancy Field tile with 2.25x6 medium chair rail border. Design by Janet McCann. Photo by Mike Kaskel.
Photos Courtesy Goodwin Foust
Photo: Rikki Snyder © 2015 Houzz
Normandy Designer Vince Weber worked closely with the homeowners throughout the design and construction process to ensure that their goals were being met. To achieve the results they desired they ultimately decided on a small addition to their kitchen, one that was well worth the options it created for their new kitchen. Learn more about Designer and Architect Vince Weber: http://www.normandyremodeling.com/designers/vince-weber/ To learn more about this award-winning Normandy Remodeling Kitchen, click here: http://www.normandyremodeling.com/blog/2-time-award-winning-kitchen-in-wilmette
Formal French Chateau
John Kraemer & Sons
A recent kitchen and master bath renovation completed by John Kraemer & Sons. Located in St. Paul, MN. Photography: Susan Gilmore