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Cocina hippie: ideas, fotos y diseños

West Coast Fusion
West Coast Fusion
The Sky is the Limit Design
Jo-Ann Richards, Works Photography
Imagen de cocina comedor rústica con puertas de armario de madera oscura, armarios estilo shaker y encimera de madera
San Carlos Residence Two
San Carlos Residence Two
Amoroso Design
Imagen de cocina tradicional con armarios estilo shaker, puertas de armario blancas, salpicadero blanco, salpicadero de azulejos tipo metro y electrodomésticos de acero inoxidable
My Houzz: English Cottage Style Graces a Home Bathed in Light
My Houzz: English Cottage Style Graces a Home Bathed in Light
Diseño de cocina tradicional con encimera de madera, armarios con paneles empotrados, puertas de armario verdes, electrodomésticos de acero inoxidable, salpicadero beige y salpicadero de piedra caliza
Fish Camp Beach Cottage
Fish Camp Beach Cottage
Historical Concepts
Jack Gardner
Foto de cocina marinera, abierta, con armarios estilo shaker, puertas de armario rojas, encimera de madera y electrodomésticos de acero inoxidable
Contemporary Kitchen
Contemporary Kitchen
Modelo de cocina en L, contemporánea, con armarios tipo vitrina, salpicadero multicolor, salpicadero de azulejos tipo metro, electrodomésticos de acero inoxidable y una isla
Marvin, NC
Marvin, NC
ProPhoto Charlotte
Foto de cocina urbana, abierta, con armarios estilo shaker, puertas de armario verdes, salpicadero beige, salpicadero con mosaicos de azulejos, electrodomésticos de acero inoxidable, suelo de cemento, una isla y suelo gris
The Island
The Island
Chris Snook
Photo: Chris Snook © 2015 Houzz
Imagen de cocina en L, romántica, pequeña, sin isla, con puertas de armario con efecto envejecido
My Houzz: Bohemian Home Inspired by Organic 1970s Design
My Houzz: Bohemian Home Inspired by Organic 1970s Design
Ellie Lillstrom Photography
Photo: A Darling Felicity Photography © 2015 Houzz
Diseño de cocina de galera, bohemia, de tamaño medio, con despensa, armarios abiertos, encimera de cemento, salpicadero metalizado, electrodomésticos de acero inoxidable y suelo de madera en tonos medios
Fort Greene
Fort Greene
JMorris Design
Seth Caplan
Imagen de cocina bohemia, grande, abierta, con fregadero sobremueble, armarios estilo shaker, puertas de armario de madera en tonos medios, encimera de cuarcita, salpicadero amarillo, salpicadero con mosaicos de azulejos, electrodomésticos de acero inoxidable, suelo de madera oscura y una isla
Hippie Modern
Hippie Modern
Modern Nest
A bold sense of color grounded with walnut cabinetry makes this space pop.
Imagen de cocina de galera, contemporánea, de tamaño medio, cerrada, sin isla, con fregadero de un seno, armarios tipo vitrina, puertas de armario de madera oscura, encimera de cuarzo compacto, salpicadero naranja, salpicadero de azulejos de cerámica, electrodomésticos de acero inoxidable, suelo de baldosas de porcelana y suelo gris
Hippie Modern
Hippie Modern
Modern Nest
A bold sense of color grounded with walnut cabinetry makes this space pop.
Foto de cocina de galera, contemporánea, de tamaño medio, cerrada, sin isla, con fregadero de un seno, armarios tipo vitrina, puertas de armario de madera oscura, encimera de cuarzo compacto, salpicadero naranja, salpicadero de azulejos de cerámica, electrodomésticos de acero inoxidable, suelo de baldosas de porcelana y suelo gris
Cedar Falls Remodel
Cedar Falls Remodel
JSR Construction Inc
JDCO
Foto de cocina comedor en L, bohemia, grande, con fregadero de un seno, armarios estilo shaker, puertas de armario grises, encimera de mármol, salpicadero blanco, salpicadero de azulejos tipo metro, electrodomésticos de acero inoxidable, suelo de madera clara, una isla y suelo marrón
Valley Lo
Valley Lo
KitchenLab Interiors
KitchenLab Interiors’ first, entirely new construction project in collaboration with GTH architects who designed the residence. KLI was responsible for all interior finishes, fixtures, furnishings, and design including the stairs, casework, interior doors, moldings and millwork. KLI also worked with the client on selecting the roof, exterior stucco and paint colors, stone, windows, and doors. The homeowners had purchased the existing home on a lakefront lot of the Valley Lo community in Glenview, thinking that it would be a gut renovation, but when they discovered a host of issues including mold, they decided to tear it down and start from scratch. The minute you look out the living room windows, you feel as though you're on a lakeside vacation in Wisconsin or Michigan. We wanted to help the homeowners achieve this feeling throughout the house - merging the causal vibe of a vacation home with the elegance desired for a primary residence. This project is unique and personal in many ways - Rebekah and the homeowner, Lorie, had grown up together in a small suburb of Columbus, Ohio. Lorie had been Rebekah's babysitter and was like an older sister growing up. They were both heavily influenced by the style of the late 70's and early 80's boho/hippy meets disco and 80's glam, and both credit their moms for an early interest in anything related to art, design, and style. One of the biggest challenges of doing a new construction project is that it takes so much longer to plan and execute and by the time tile and lighting is installed, you might be bored by the selections of feel like you've seen them everywhere already. “I really tried to pull myself, our team and the client away from the echo-chamber of Pinterest and Instagram. We fell in love with counter stools 3 years ago that I couldn't bring myself to pull the trigger on, thank god, because then they started showing up literally everywhere", Rebekah recalls. Lots of one of a kind vintage rugs and furnishings make the home feel less brand-spanking new. The best projects come from a team slightly outside their comfort zone. One of the funniest things Lorie says to Rebekah, "I gave you everything you wanted", which is pretty hilarious coming from a client to a designer.
Valley Lo
Valley Lo
KitchenLab Interiors
KitchenLab Interiors’ first, entirely new construction project in collaboration with GTH architects who designed the residence. KLI was responsible for all interior finishes, fixtures, furnishings, and design including the stairs, casework, interior doors, moldings and millwork. KLI also worked with the client on selecting the roof, exterior stucco and paint colors, stone, windows, and doors. The homeowners had purchased the existing home on a lakefront lot of the Valley Lo community in Glenview, thinking that it would be a gut renovation, but when they discovered a host of issues including mold, they decided to tear it down and start from scratch. The minute you look out the living room windows, you feel as though you're on a lakeside vacation in Wisconsin or Michigan. We wanted to help the homeowners achieve this feeling throughout the house - merging the causal vibe of a vacation home with the elegance desired for a primary residence. This project is unique and personal in many ways - Rebekah and the homeowner, Lorie, had grown up together in a small suburb of Columbus, Ohio. Lorie had been Rebekah's babysitter and was like an older sister growing up. They were both heavily influenced by the style of the late 70's and early 80's boho/hippy meets disco and 80's glam, and both credit their moms for an early interest in anything related to art, design, and style. One of the biggest challenges of doing a new construction project is that it takes so much longer to plan and execute and by the time tile and lighting is installed, you might be bored by the selections of feel like you've seen them everywhere already. “I really tried to pull myself, our team and the client away from the echo-chamber of Pinterest and Instagram. We fell in love with counter stools 3 years ago that I couldn't bring myself to pull the trigger on, thank god, because then they started showing up literally everywhere", Rebekah recalls. Lots of one of a kind vintage rugs and furnishings make the home feel less brand-spanking new. The best projects come from a team slightly outside their comfort zone. One of the funniest things Lorie says to Rebekah, "I gave you everything you wanted", which is pretty hilarious coming from a client to a designer.
Valley Lo
Valley Lo
KitchenLab Interiors
KitchenLab Interiors’ first, entirely new construction project in collaboration with GTH architects who designed the residence. KLI was responsible for all interior finishes, fixtures, furnishings, and design including the stairs, casework, interior doors, moldings and millwork. KLI also worked with the client on selecting the roof, exterior stucco and paint colors, stone, windows, and doors. The homeowners had purchased the existing home on a lakefront lot of the Valley Lo community in Glenview, thinking that it would be a gut renovation, but when they discovered a host of issues including mold, they decided to tear it down and start from scratch. The minute you look out the living room windows, you feel as though you're on a lakeside vacation in Wisconsin or Michigan. We wanted to help the homeowners achieve this feeling throughout the house - merging the causal vibe of a vacation home with the elegance desired for a primary residence. This project is unique and personal in many ways - Rebekah and the homeowner, Lorie, had grown up together in a small suburb of Columbus, Ohio. Lorie had been Rebekah's babysitter and was like an older sister growing up. They were both heavily influenced by the style of the late 70's and early 80's boho/hippy meets disco and 80's glam, and both credit their moms for an early interest in anything related to art, design, and style. One of the biggest challenges of doing a new construction project is that it takes so much longer to plan and execute and by the time tile and lighting is installed, you might be bored by the selections of feel like you've seen them everywhere already. “I really tried to pull myself, our team and the client away from the echo-chamber of Pinterest and Instagram. We fell in love with counter stools 3 years ago that I couldn't bring myself to pull the trigger on, thank god, because then they started showing up literally everywhere", Rebekah recalls. Lots of one of a kind vintage rugs and furnishings make the home feel less brand-spanking new. The best projects come from a team slightly outside their comfort zone. One of the funniest things Lorie says to Rebekah, "I gave you everything you wanted", which is pretty hilarious coming from a client to a designer.
Valley Lo
Valley Lo
KitchenLab Interiors
KitchenLab Interiors’ first, entirely new construction project in collaboration with GTH architects who designed the residence. KLI was responsible for all interior finishes, fixtures, furnishings, and design including the stairs, casework, interior doors, moldings and millwork. KLI also worked with the client on selecting the roof, exterior stucco and paint colors, stone, windows, and doors. The homeowners had purchased the existing home on a lakefront lot of the Valley Lo community in Glenview, thinking that it would be a gut renovation, but when they discovered a host of issues including mold, they decided to tear it down and start from scratch. The minute you look out the living room windows, you feel as though you're on a lakeside vacation in Wisconsin or Michigan. We wanted to help the homeowners achieve this feeling throughout the house - merging the causal vibe of a vacation home with the elegance desired for a primary residence. This project is unique and personal in many ways - Rebekah and the homeowner, Lorie, had grown up together in a small suburb of Columbus, Ohio. Lorie had been Rebekah's babysitter and was like an older sister growing up. They were both heavily influenced by the style of the late 70's and early 80's boho/hippy meets disco and 80's glam, and both credit their moms for an early interest in anything related to art, design, and style. One of the biggest challenges of doing a new construction project is that it takes so much longer to plan and execute and by the time tile and lighting is installed, you might be bored by the selections of feel like you've seen them everywhere already. “I really tried to pull myself, our team and the client away from the echo-chamber of Pinterest and Instagram. We fell in love with counter stools 3 years ago that I couldn't bring myself to pull the trigger on, thank god, because then they started showing up literally everywhere", Rebekah recalls. Lots of one of a kind vintage rugs and furnishings make the home feel less brand-spanking new. The best projects come from a team slightly outside their comfort zone. One of the funniest things Lorie says to Rebekah, "I gave you everything you wanted", which is pretty hilarious coming from a client to a designer.
Valley Lo
Valley Lo
KitchenLab Interiors
KitchenLab Interiors’ first, entirely new construction project in collaboration with GTH architects who designed the residence. KLI was responsible for all interior finishes, fixtures, furnishings, and design including the stairs, casework, interior doors, moldings and millwork. KLI also worked with the client on selecting the roof, exterior stucco and paint colors, stone, windows, and doors. The homeowners had purchased the existing home on a lakefront lot of the Valley Lo community in Glenview, thinking that it would be a gut renovation, but when they discovered a host of issues including mold, they decided to tear it down and start from scratch. The minute you look out the living room windows, you feel as though you're on a lakeside vacation in Wisconsin or Michigan. We wanted to help the homeowners achieve this feeling throughout the house - merging the causal vibe of a vacation home with the elegance desired for a primary residence. This project is unique and personal in many ways - Rebekah and the homeowner, Lorie, had grown up together in a small suburb of Columbus, Ohio. Lorie had been Rebekah's babysitter and was like an older sister growing up. They were both heavily influenced by the style of the late 70's and early 80's boho/hippy meets disco and 80's glam, and both credit their moms for an early interest in anything related to art, design, and style. One of the biggest challenges of doing a new construction project is that it takes so much longer to plan and execute and by the time tile and lighting is installed, you might be bored by the selections of feel like you've seen them everywhere already. “I really tried to pull myself, our team and the client away from the echo-chamber of Pinterest and Instagram. We fell in love with counter stools 3 years ago that I couldn't bring myself to pull the trigger on, thank god, because then they started showing up literally everywhere", Rebekah recalls. Lots of one of a kind vintage rugs and furnishings make the home feel less brand-spanking new. The best projects come from a team slightly outside their comfort zone. One of the funniest things Lorie says to Rebekah, "I gave you everything you wanted", which is pretty hilarious coming from a client to a designer.
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