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Results found for "washer dryer in kitchen"

  • Tuscan Style Heavenly Kitchen!!!!!, I tell my husband almost everyday how much I love my new kitchen - which he "built" for me!  I had the typical 60's or 70's kitchen which only had enough space for one cook and where you felt isolated from the rest of the home.  We demolished a cinder block wall that kept me divided and lonely from the dining/living area and created this fabulous Great Room.  Now, when we have gatherings, everyone always sits around the huge island in the center.  Couldn't be more thrilled!!!!!, Kitchens

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  • Warm & Cozy Craftsman Living Room, I love sitting in my living room. People have referred to it as warm cozy inviting etc. I attribute it to the generous amount of wood (mahogany ebony Brazilian cherry American cherry) used and the natural stone fireplace., Entryways & Halls

    Warm & Cozy Craftsma...

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  • Northwest Contemporary Kitchen Remodel, We purchased our outdated 1964 home 10 years ago and have been remodeling it slowly. We recently finished the kitchen/laundry addition. One of the main drawbacks of our home was the fact that there was no laundry room. The washer and dryer were previously located in a small closet off of the main  hallway. 

After much thought, we decided to include the washer/dryer in the new kitchen area. We'd seen this many times in European homes and decided it would be a good fit for us as well. So far, I've really enjoyed it. I spend a lot of time in the kitchen and it has been really handy! Also the high counter tops over the washer/dryer makes a great buffet area, easily accessible to the patio area (coming soon...)

By far, the most difficult item for me to pick out was the counter tops. I really love the look of cement but was nervous to use it because it's not as durable. After months of looking at different materials we finally decided on quartz counter tops by Caesarstone in Raven. Hard to tell in the photos, but it's a very soft black/deep gray. We went with stained concrete for my table though and I absolutely LOVE it! In fact, it's my favorite part of the kitchen!

I've spent countless hours both watching HGTV and browsing here on the website getting ideas for the remodel. RATE MY SPACE was the source of much inspiration and I've been looking forward to finally adding my own photos to it :)

Our goal was to create a warm, cozy kitchen area that all four of us could enjoy. Used warm colors to help counter the LONG, gray Oregon days. We're happy with the results!

Thanks for taking a look :)
, Kitchens

    Northwest Contempora...

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  • Out with the old and in with the new, The kitchen was totally gutted and every including the flooring was replaced., Kitchens

    Out with the old and i...

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  • Casual. Comfortable. Modern?, Old on the outside, new on the inside: 1884 rowhouse in a city neighborhood, updated on a budget with simple materials and lots of DIY. It's a small home, but high ceilings and plenty of built-ins make it feel open and comfortable. I've kept things pretty neutral because I like to change the feeling of the space with fresh ART..., Living Spaces

    Casual. Comfortable. ...

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  • Modern / Industrial Kitchen Remodel, We started by painting the walls.  After 3 attempts at trying to find the right color we finally settled on Benjamin Moore-Kingsport Gray. We moved on to painting the cabinets black and changing out the hardware with pulls we bought from Ebay Store "Hinges and More".  We retrofit the kitchen sink cabinet to fit a new farmhouse sink.  We added under cabinet and overhead lighting.  We hired a fabricator to install the Giallo Beach granite we picked out for the countertop and the Bedrosian Ice Crackle MGICG2 Mosaic Glass tile backsplash.  I ordered the island/table from the IKEA - Udden Console.  By removing the backsplash on the console I was able to repurpose, what is meant to be a cabinet base, for additional workspace and seating., Kitchens

    Modern / Industrial K...

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  • Our kitchen transformation, We completely transformed our kitchen over the past 5 years. We just finished the whole project when we painted the cabinets!  Check out my blog for step by step instructions!  Thanks for stopping by! http://myuncommonsliceofsuburbia.blogspot.com/, Kitchens

    Our kitchen transform...

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  • Touch of Asia in My Office, This is my home office that is almost complete. I wanted a slight oriental influence with all the calming effects that goes along with it. I carried on the granite from the built-in desk top to the window seals just as I did in the dinning room. Please for give the wire from the TV it is now in the wall and yes the recliner is going., Home Offices

    Touch of Asia in My O...

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  • Is this the same kitchen?, NOTE:  I cannot get the lighting on my camera set up correctly so the pics are not the best.  
As promised....I am starting to post photos of the interior of our house.  Just as the rest of the house....we gutted the kitchen and started over.  We added all new cabinets, added granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, added a pantry, added hardwood floors, new windows, added a mudroom, etc..., Kitchens

    Is this the same kitch...

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  • $5k-Entire Home Redesign-B&A’s, Well, the whole house redesigned for $5,000 isn't actually true-it was actually only $4,500! Some rearranging, decluttering, and purchasing a few things really made for a dramatic difference with very little money., Living Spaces

    $5k-Entire Home Rede...

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  • 80's family room remodel-Before and Afters (See kitchen space that's connected.), This is the family room side of the other pics I have in the kitchen section called-"80's kitchen remodel receives the works-Before and Afters".This bachelor pad was turned into a space they both could love. This was truly a designing for the sexes project-they're tastes were very different.  Please see the photos of how we transformed the gray cement fireplace at a "rock" bottom price-literally with rocks!, Living Spaces

    80's family room remo...

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  • Warm and Cozy in Snowy Nebraska, This hard-working family room is home to two adults, three active kids and a very friendly yellow lab. The family lived with this sad space for 2-3 years before calling Fluff Your Stuff Interior Design in Omaha to help them create a space they love!, Living Spaces

    Warm and Cozy in Sno...

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  • Tree House Kitchen, A remodeled 80's kitchen. We replaced the window, made much larger to enjoy the view, replaced old floor tile with cypress flooring and removed a couple of walls to make area larger.  The old cabinets were replaced, new appliances and new lighting.  The island is two old Eastern Airline ticket booths and the top of an old drafting table, the island is not completely finished.  The walls are bead-board painted with black milk paint. The ceiling is covered with recycled cedar paneling from downstairs. The design was done by myself, no fancy designers... hope I made no serious mistakes!!  Let me know what ya think., Kitchens

    Tree House Kitchen

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  • Expanded Kitchen, Cozy french country, Kitchens

    Expanded Kitchen

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  • All in the Family, My husband remodeled his sister's kitchen for the second time.  Be sure to check out the "before" version that was done in the early 90's., Kitchens

    All in the Family

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  • Built-in Wardrobe for Nursery, We are expecting our first child in August!!  When remodeling a small guest bedroom into his nursery, we decided to leave the closet doors off and design a built-in wardrobe instead to help open up the space.  We also added wainscoting to the room and a custom storage bench to match the wardrobe.  Here's the finished product!, Closets & Utility

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  • OUR WELL OVERDUE KITCHEN RENOVATION, Hello, my name is Kathy and my husband and I are finishing our kitchen makeover and would like for you to tell us if we need to install a blacksplase or paint!!  Would love your input on our new kitchen and your oppinions on the backsplash!!  THANKS, Kitchens

    OUR WELL OVERDU...

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  • 35 year old re-do before and afters. Just some ideas., This is a 35 year old 2-story that we gutted and made some up dates to a traditional style home. We built it to stay and then got the bug to build new.  Here are just a few ideas that you can do to make yours fresh. I put it on paper and Les from L&M  Remodeling put much of it to reality.  Much thanks to Les for his outstanding craftsmanship! This house sold in one week kind of a bitter sweet thing., Living Spaces

    35 year old re-do befor...

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