Thursday, March 10, 2011

Asian Kitchens

This 1970s California ranch kitchen remodel made use of existing cherry cabinets (refinished) while all the tile countertop, backsplash and appliances were replaced. A peach and gold granite was selected to complement the cabinets.

This 1980s split-level ranch kitchen was gutted to the studs in order to open it up with a vaulted ceiling. Green granite and cream ceramic tiles complement new cherry cabinets.

This 1940s Spanish bungalow kitchen remodel combines both kitchen and laundry rooms. New upper cabinets in a painted finish make the small space feel larger, while base cabinets in a rich wood stain offer a warm and cozy feeling.

A dark and dated 1970s California ranch kitchen is made open and bright with all new cabinets, appliances, porcelain tile flooring, granite countertops and limestone backsplash. A custom tile painting is featured above the stove.

This new construction kitchen turned into a California Spanish style dream kitchen. The room is functional room with cherry cabinets, granite countertops and porcelain floor tile. The backsplash design incorporates green harlequin shape tile with square tumbled marble.

Two separate windows were replaced by a center bay window to bring balance to one wall in this large kitchen.The cabinet style, finish and heights were chosen to bring a furniture milieu to the room.

White cabinets are highlighted by a deep red wall in this traditional/country kitchen. Pendant lights over the kitchen island put the spotlight on food prep and the gorgeous countertop.

This kitchen area is part of an open plan arrangement in a sun-filled home off the Potomac River. A minimally dropped ceiling defines the kitchen work area, with its breakfast bar right off the dining and living rooms.

This kitchen is all about being open to fun. We played with our green concept and literally showcased the green color. Eco-friendly features include: three form thatch panels, Modular Arts wall panels, fluorescent lamps, bamboo floors, Energy Star appliances, Eco-Spec paint by Benjamin Moore, AFM Safecoat stain on custom

Custom art, zen stools and the metal ducting play well together in this loft's kitchen.

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