- My Digs
I typically love any interior that's monochromatic I think the smartest thing that you ever did here it is very a sophisticated thing to do making the backsplash and the cabinetry and counters all being in the same tone! I'm either out of sync or Ahead of the curve but if I see one more mosaic ba...
I love this kitchen! Very contemporary but also very traditional, i love the light of the room!
Now that is my style of kitchen. Just replace the island with a chocolate one and the upper cabinets with some glass or something to coordinate with the island.
It is a new idea and pleasing, and works well in cooler areas in norther regions or maybe in Canada. I doubt I could keep produce fresh like this more than couple days in Cali summer though.
(Again) Don't be fooled. Costs are missing huge chunks of reality: geographic location/ rates, permit & drafting, proj mgmt, insurance, overhead, profit, drywall repair is low, paint this detailed must be done by monkeys on loan from the zoo for $800, light fixtures & appliances must be in the exact...Freeland, WA Zestimate: $1.1M
The traditional black and white contrast almost always work well together. The dark rich color of the floor and the island really seems to enhance all the crisp white color of the walls, cabinets, and counters. The splashes of green was just the pop of brightness needed.
The more I study this space, the more I like it. At first glance, kinda plain, but upon closer inspection - WOW. Looks at th eflow of that room. Can you say entertaining kitchen?! (I knew you could!) All of your friends can pitch in. Worthy of Ina Garten.New Canaan, CT Zestimate: $4.0M
@user0922780 -- You can never have too much color! Where would you add more yellow in this kitchen?
Thirty nine thousand six hundred dollars surely wouldn't even make a dent in this kitchen remodel in the Silicone Valley in California. Especially in Atherton, Menlo Park, Los Altos and Los Altos Hills, Los Gatos, Monte Sereno and Saratoga. Not even a dent! I'm a practicing Architect for over thirty...
Play up expected kitchen elements such as cabinetry with unconventional finishing choices. This island's dark wood stain is a bold, yet tasteful contrast to white cabinetry on the adjacent wall.
One island? Why not two, for double the prep, cooking and storage space.
Don't be fooled. Costs are missing huge chunks of reality: geographic location/ rates, permit & drafting, proj mgmt, insurance, overhead, profit, drywall repair is WAY low, paint must be done by monkeys on loan from the zoo for $300, light fixtures & appliances must be in the exact same location as ...Des Moines, WA For Sale: $900K
As much as I love a white kitchen...I would have wanted a punch of coler here to "center" the room; make a statement (i.e. backsplash, island tabletop) I "liked" this, but I don't love it.
I like their texture looks like a comfy quilt and it's shiny and wet looking . I would you probably used teal color. That would be loud and I wouldn't know how to match the granite color next to that . Solid color\should be a neutral tone.if I have to match it with the countertop.Newton, MA Zestimate: $1.0M
I love the stainless steel mixture with the color of the cabinets. The lighting is also great as it casts a subtle glow on the wall colors. The gas counter-top stove is also a great touch that goes well with the counter choice but the floor leaves something to be desired.Danville, CA Zestimate: $1.6M
Keep coming back to these colors. Love the off shore with dark wood and ss appliances. Notice hire each hadlight counters though with a dark wood island or chopping block.
The island is oddly out of place. I usually love contrasting the island with the rest of the kitchen but not this time. The back splash is breath taking though!
I'm not sure how these estimates are calculated. I interviewed 4 contractors for a kitchen very similar to this (13ft X10ft) and the cost is more than double this estimate. The cabinets alone (simple shaker style) is more than $37K in San Diego CA. This estimate must be more than ten years old ....
I have counters like these and mine are quartz...which is non porous and requires ZERO maintenance unlike marble which is easily stained, or granite which needs resealing yearly. we have all white tile except behind the range which is irridescent clear glass (with the green glass). Our kitchen has ...Houston, TX Zestimate: $810K
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