This sophisticated kitchen incorporates elements traditionally found in a Craftsman style space.
The homeowner selected the AristoKraft Winstead doorstyle, which is a full overlay shaker available in Maple, in the Umber finish. Incorporating the dark, rich woods reinforces the Craftsman style and places an emphasis on the cabinet’s natural beauty.
This remarkable, custom-built home is located on the Puget Sound in West Seattle, Washington. While the exterior of the home is distinctly Mediterranean, the interior features both traditional and French country styles.
For most families, the kitchen is the heart of the home and a place for the family to hang out together. That’s why it’s important to find the right style to suit your lifestyle and tastes. Today we take a quick look at three distinct kitchen styles: modern, contemporary, and industrial.
The following kitchen is a spectacular portrayal of a functional space and encompasses a variety of popular design trends. The kitchen perimeter cabinets are maple and the color is Oyster. The island and great room cabinets are also maple and the color is Smokey Hills with Onyx Glaze. The Omega cabinets, hardware, and under cabinet lighting were supplied and installed by the Parr Cabinet Design Center.
Our #ParrCabinet experts fill us in on what trends we can expect to see in 2016.
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If you are thinking about remodeling your kitchen, then be sure to check out the fantastic kitchen cabinet guides on Houzz. The guides will walk you through the cabinet selection process, from start to finish. Resource guides cover everything from Shaker to flat panel, from corbels to aprons, from glass knobs to recessed pulls. [Note: photo via Dresser Homes]
Guess what feature is at the top of home buyers’ most wanted list? It’s energy-star rated appliances. According to the NAHB Economics Group, 94% of home buyers want energy-star rated appliances. Guess what feature is at the bottom of home buyers’ least wanted list? An elevator!
If you are planning on remodeling your home in the near future, there are things you should consider before the project starts. The following is a list of eleven things you should expect during a home remodel.