Kitchen with Bamboo Flooring Ideas and Designs
The side of the island has convenient storage for cookbooks and other essentials. The strand woven bamboo flooring looks modern, but tones with the oak flooring in the rest of the house. Photos by- Michele Lee Willson
Metropolis Drafting and Construction Inc
Complete overhaul of the common area in this wonderful Arcadia home. The living room, dining room and kitchen were redone. The direction was to obtain a contemporary look but to preserve the warmth of a ranch home. The perfect combination of modern colors such as grays and whites blend and work perfectly together with the abundant amount of wood tones in this design. The open kitchen is separated from the dining area with a large 10' peninsula with a waterfall finish detail. Notice the 3 different cabinet colors, the white of the upper cabinets, the Ash gray for the base cabinets and the magnificent olive of the peninsula are proof that you don't have to be afraid of using more than 1 color in your kitchen cabinets. The kitchen layout includes a secondary sink and a secondary dishwasher! For the busy life style of a modern family. The fireplace was completely redone with classic materials but in a contemporary layout. Notice the porcelain slab material on the hearth of the fireplace, the subway tile layout is a modern aligned pattern and the comfortable sitting nook on the side facing the large windows so you can enjoy a good book with a bright view. The bamboo flooring is continues throughout the house for a combining effect, tying together all the different spaces of the house. All the finish details and hardware are honed gold finish, gold tones compliment the wooden materials perfectly.
Lucy Johnson Interior Design
Location: Port Townsend, Washington. Photography by Dale Lang
Bamboo Living Homes
Jonathan Davis: www.photokona.com
Sandra Curtis Design, LLC
This client asked me to provide them with ample storage in their ski vacation condo's kitchen. I wanted to take advantage of the end wall to maximize the countertop and give them more storage with a cabinet under the new range that is 92" wide. Even though the cabinet is well supported, the cabinet opening has no center divider which would hinder any individual seeking out pots and kettles from below. The other elements fell into logical places including a generous pantry to the right of the refrigerator. In trying to maintain the sleek look of the backsplash, I worked diligently with the electrician to avoid outlets in the backsplash area as much as possible using Task Lighting's angled power strips. I love working with the outlet strips that tuck up under the cabinetry; they are brilliantly discreet. One of the special elements in this kitchen is the log pedestal base under the cantilevered bar top that is a continuation of the cap on the half wall. This log is from my neighbor's tree which they were cutting down in perfect timing with this renovation. Other components from this same tree are incorporated elsewhere in the condo. Surrounding the bar top are great wrought iron bar stools from Charleston Forge Photo by Sandra J. Curtis, ASID
Archipelago Hawaii Luxury Home Designs
Photography: Augie Salbosa
Alana Blowfield Photography
Bamboo flooring with espresso cabinets and nice contrasting white countertops!
Mercury Mosaics and Tile
This Florida Gulf home is a project by DIY Network where they asked viewers to design a home and then they built it! Talk about giving a consumer what they want! We were fortunate enough to have been picked to tile the kitchen--and our tile is everywhere! Using tile from countertop to ceiling is a great way to make a dramatic statement. But it's not the only dramatic statement--our monochromatic Moroccan Fish Scale tile provides a perfect, neutral backdrop to the bright pops of color throughout the kitchen. That gorgeous kitchen island is recycled copper from ships! Overall, this is one kitchen we wouldn't mind having for ourselves. Large Moroccan Fish Scale Tile - 130 White Photos by: Christopher Shane
RJ Austin Interior Design
Blind corners with pull out trays eliminate the need to reach inside the cabinet. The pull out table concealed behind a drawer front adds additional function. JBL Photography
'g' Green Design Center
Bamboo floor with hand scraped finish and multi colored stain - We created this transitional style kitchen for a client who loves color and texture. When she came to ‘g’ she had already chosen to use the large stone wall behind her stove and selected her appliances, which were all high end and therefore guided us in the direction of creating a real cooks kitchen. The two tiered island plays a major roll in the design since the client also had the Charisma Blue Vetrazzo already selected. This tops the top tier of the island and helped us to establish a color palette throughout. Other important features include the appliance garage and the pantry, as well as bar area. The hand scraped bamboo floors also reflect the highly textured approach to this family gathering place as they extend to adjacent rooms. Dan Cutrona Photography
Interiors For Modern Living
Photography by: Bob Jansons H&H Productions
Dave's Remodeling Inc.
Dave's Remodeling Inc / Media Carrot Photography
The Fireplace Centre
Valor - Combining linear design with Valor heat performance, the L1 see-thru provides efficient zone heating for two separate spaces. Quality surrounds in bronze, black, brushed nickel & our new GRC Sandstone finishes frame spectacular flames and radiant warmth from within. Firebed options for the L1 see-thru include the Long Beach Driftwood, Murano Glass and Beaded Glass kits. Join living spaces seamlessly with Valor warmth, design and reliable home comfort.
Project undertaken by Sightline Construction – General Contractors offering design and build services in the Santa Cruz and Los Gatos area. Specializing in new construction, additions and Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU’s) as well as kitchen and bath remodels. For more information about Sightline Construction or to contact us for a free consultation click here: https://sightline.construction/