A young family moving from NYC to their first house in Westchester County found this spacious colonial in Mt. Kisco New York. With sweeping lawns and total privacy, the home offered the perfect setting for raising their family. The dated kitchen was gutted but did not require any additional square footage to accommodate a new, classic white kitchen with polished nickel hardware and gold toned pendant lanterns. 2 dishwashers flank the large sink on either side, with custom waste and recycling storage under the sink. Kitchen design and custom cabinetry by Studio Dearborn. Architect Brad DeMotte. Interior design finishes by Elizabeth Thurer Interior Design. Calcatta Picasso marble countertops by Rye Marble and Stone. Appliances by Wolf and Subzero; range hood insert by Best. Cabinetry color: Benjamin Moore White Opulence. Hardware by Jeffrey Alexander Belcastel collection. Backsplash tile by Nanacq in 3x6 white glossy available from Lima Tile, Stamford. Photography Neil Landino.
This is an example of a small traditional wet bar in Birmingham with a submerged sink, beaded cabinets, light wood cabinets, marble worktops, white splashback, stone slab splashback and dark hardwood flooring. Doors that go back out of the way - joanne_smith100
Lori Hamilton Large traditional u-shaped breakfast bar in Tampa with raised-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets, dark hardwood flooring, a submerged sink, marble worktops, brown floors and white worktops. Curved breakfast bar, more social - lucindaccox
Photographer: Matt Clayton
Lazenby’s Light Natural polished concrete is a creative addition to Sommer Pyne’s brainchild, House Curious. Designed to be a perfect environment for regular use and to add to the homeowners desire to “create magic for lovely people”.
Lazenby’s Light Natural polished concrete floors have been installed 100mm deep over underfloor heating. Inside and out, House Curious comprises 207m² of Lazenby’s mottled, satin finished, iconic concrete floors creating elegant architectural lines throughout.
Due to logistics and project programme the internal and external areas were installed at 2 different times. Four external steps were installed at a separate time due to their size at approx. 8m long and all shutters were stripped so that the faces could be rendered. This technique ensured that the steps were as close a match as possible to the connecting patio, forming a sleek architectural space.
Design ideas for a small traditional single-wall wet bar in Chicago with a built-in sink, glass-front cabinets, white cabinets, marble worktops, white splashback, metro tiled splashback and dark hardwood flooring.
Inspiration for a medium sized traditional single-wall wet bar in Charlotte with no sink, shaker cabinets, light wood cabinets, marble worktops, white splashback, metro tiled splashback, light hardwood flooring and white worktops.
Mediterranean single-wall wet bar in San Francisco with a submerged sink, recessed-panel cabinets, marble worktops, multi-coloured splashback, stone slab splashback, medium hardwood flooring and white cabinets.
Photo by Ted Knude This is an example of a medium sized traditional single-wall wet bar in Calgary with carpet, a submerged sink, shaker cabinets, dark wood cabinets, marble worktops, mirror splashback and grey floors.