This Two-Tone Kitchen Is Incredibly Organized!
Learn how designer Linnea Lions maximized space and storage in a closed kitchen layout. | Photo: Jason Stickley
KATE ARENDS | W&D on Instagram: “Shiny happy tiles in a shiny happy studio. 📷 @2ndtruth”
9,750 Likes, 137 Comments - KATE ARENDS | W&D (@witanddelight_) on Instagram: “Shiny happy tiles in a shiny happy studio. 📷 @2ndtruth”
Cowbell pendant light
Our Cowbell pendant lights make for some pretty tasty cherries on top of Elif’s delicious kitchen!
A dark grey Shaker style kitchen cabinet door with a wood grained detail complimented perfectly by our Solid Oak Block worktop. This is the Fairford Slate Grey Kitchen Range from Howdens.
The Leicestershire Kitchen in the Woods
A farmhouse sinks, brass taps and dark blue Shaker cupboards in deVOL's Leicestershire Kitchen in the woods
A modern classic shaker kitchen is influenced by the Victorian trend. The dark grey in frame shaker door has been given a free standing look, with classic solid oak worktops. The warm oak herringbone flooring and open shelf brings warmth to the sea green walls. Hints of copper contrast against the dark tones in this classic kitchen design.
deVOL Kitchens on Instagram: “This beautiful Arts and Crafts house built in 1887 was impressive, high ceilings, beautiful big spacious rooms full of light and original…”
595 Likes, 21 Comments - deVOL Kitchens (@devolkitchens) on Instagram: “This beautiful Arts and Crafts house built in 1887 was impressive, high ceilings, beautiful big…”
Rachel Rose-Barnard on Instagram: “We’re coming up to a year since we got the keys to this 70’s box of a house. So many things to finish. But here’s the kitchen is all it’s…”
Rachel Rose-Barnard posted on Instagram: “We’re coming up to a year since we got the keys to this 70’s box of a house. So many things to…” • See all of @sri_lanka_house's photos and videos on their profile.
Remodeling 101: White Tile Pattern Glossary - Remodelista
Simple, unpretentious, and cost-effective, white ceramic tile is the white T-shirt of the kitchen. It's often called subway tile, because it was developed