Klein aber fein - Kundenprojekt in Maximiliansau unter einer Dachschräge, sinnvoll ´geplant und ausgeführt im offenen Dachgeschoß 他の地域の小さいコンテンポラリースタイルのおしゃれなキッチン (ドロップインシンク、フラットパネル扉のキャビネット、白いキャビネット、ラミネートカウンター、グレーのキッチンパネル、木材のキッチンパネル、黒い調理設備、クッションフロア、茶色い床、グレーのキッチンカウンター) の写真
View from the dining area toward the kitchen and foyer with corrugated vertical metal wall. Window from the dining area offers a beautiful view of Hemlock Valley. We love the beautiful design from Fresh Eye Designs.
Photo by Brice Ferre
Photograph by the designer, Pete Sandfort. SoapStone counter tops with an island having two side panels.
The Brick is a thin brick tile and the cabinets were made from Trailer wood to match the fireplace surround.
Photographed by the designer, Pete Sandfort. This rustic Kitchen features a tin ceiling, Soap Stone counter tops from Alberene Soap Stone, reclaimed wood cabinets, open shelving, and a feature wall tiled in Thin Brick.
Photographed by the designer, Pete Sandfort.
Personally selected slab of Soapstone counter top with Striking White veining. The island is 60" x 125" and the cabinets are made from reclaimed trailer flooring. The back wall of the kitchen is a low cost, thin Brick tile. The floor is a Vinyl Plank.
We designed this kitchen to try to shake up the norm in the kitchen world. Each of the freestanding Ash units is a piece of furniture in it own right. Its a concept that could conceivably allow you to move your kitchen with you to a new home or add/adjust in the future. Units in solid sustainably sourced British Ash and island unit in Ash and powder coated steel frame.