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bill_boler
bill_boler se ha añadido esto a modern kitchens 20 de julio de 2020

colors, light wood cabs, light stacked tile backsplash

vanefort
vanefort se ha añadido esto a KITCHEN 30 de julio de 2019

Super cute (vf) Love the chairs and the pops of colors

rosytone
Rosy Tone se ha añadido esto a rosytone's ideas 2 de enero de 2018

The chairs are great, and I like that the designer hid the support beams behind cabinetry.

thatgirlindigo
Deb Nefsky se ha añadido esto a kitchen 29 de diciembre de 2017

tell me about these cabinets- are they lacquer?

laurieskitchen
laurieskitchen se ha añadido esto a Kelsey and Nate's Home 28 de diciembre de 2017

The wall that got bumped back was load-bearing and supported a bathtub on the second floor, so Daher had to get creative in hiding the columns and structural beam that bore the weight of the upper floor. She buried the columns within the cabinets and turned the ceiling beam into an asset, cladding it in cabinet material and adding pin lights underneath for ambiance. To modernize the space, Daher selected cabinets in a reconstituted anigre, a species of wood with a subtle grain that’s made into a pulp and applied as a veneer and then stained. “The beauty is that it stains like wood because it is wood, but there’s no visible grain, so it feels very smooth and contemporary,” Daher says. The gray ceramic tile backsplash is stacked vertically and has lavender undertones that complement the custom purple range hood.

cami_gregory57
Cami Gregory se ha añadido esto a Cami's ideas 28 de diciembre de 2017

The wall that got bumped back was load-bearing and supported a bathtub on the second floor, so Daher had to get creative in hiding the columns and structural beam that bore the weight of the upper floor. She buried the columns within the cabinets and turned the ceiling beam into an asset, cladding it in cabinet material and adding pin lights underneath for ambiance.To modernize the space, Daher selected cabinets in a reconstituted anigre, a species of wood with a subtle grain that’s made into a pulp and applied as a veneer and then stained. “The beauty is that it stains like wood because it is wood, but there’s no visible grain, so it feels very smooth and contemporary,” Daher says. The gray ceramic tile backsplash is stacked vertically and has lavender undertones that complement the custom purple range hood.

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