Katowice Apartment with Bright and Cozy Interior / Superpozycja Architekci
Superpozycja Architekci recently have completed Katowice apartment for a young couple. Located in Katowice, Poland, the apartment has an area of 110 sqm.
A Mid-Block Contemporary Home Arrives In Vancouver
This recently completed modern house in Vancouver, Canada by Scott Posno Design, was designed for a family of four.
Cheshire Furniture Company | Bespoke Kitchens | Handmade Furniture
Cheshire Furniture Company have designed and installed beautiful bespoke kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms and furniture for other rooms for almost 25 years.
I know what you're probably saying.... "Finally!!" Here they are. Part of the reason I haven't posted is it still isn't 100% complete... but will it truly ever be?!? So here you have it and we couldn't be happier or more satisfied! ** To see the entire process click on the hyper line "kitchen remodel" at the end of this post** The before view from when you walk in the front door: And my most favorite after view when you walk in the front door: Before from the stairwell: After from the…
35 photos de cuisines modernes pour composer la vôtre
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PORTFOLIO | Sustainable Kitchens
From classic traditional Shaker Kitchens to contemporary plywood kitchens. Take a look at our wide range of unique kitchens to suit everyone.
Marble Countertops 101: Yes, They’re a Great Idea!
I’ve always loved white marble countertops and I last wrote about them five years ago (43 comments BTW). They are bright, elegant, add character and are wonderful to cook on, particularly if you’re baking. They can also be one of the cheapest stone solutions if you choose Carrara marble, making them a great choice if you’re on an IKEA kitchen installation budget. However, many people are afraid of them due to the perception that they are high maintenance.
Size doesn't matter, especially when it comes to style and function. And this apartment is the proof. The, what once was a large and spacious 19th century apartment, underwent a radical square meter reduction in the 50ies to become what it is today; a small yet hospitable 65m2 home. Decorator Pepe Leal did his magic and doubled the visual space of the place with just a few strategical moves. The living room, the dining spot and the kitchen were brought together in an open floor plan…