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My kitchen looked pretty with the afternoon light streaming in, so I took a picture of it.
Also, I´m so glad it´s Friday. Have a very happy weekend!
Our kitchen remains small but much more functional...now onto the new back porch, front vestibule, and bathroom reno :-)
The basic design of this kitchen is the galley or corridor layout. There is plenty of room for 1 or 2 people to work in the kitchen at the same time. The contemporary, clean lines make this a fun space to work in.
@ ideal home
To create a country kitchen on a budget, original wall units have been replaced with a simple wooden peg rail. MDF doors from Just Doors were fitted on the old base units and then painted to create an instant new look. A glass splashback behind the cooker is a stylish touch.
i can't believe i'm actually showing this... please don't look too closely!!
I love this blue kitchen with stainless steel, yellow and gray accents. photo from Colorama a Swedish paint company.
This remodeled kitchen retains the authenticity of the age of the home (1940's) by using white Shaker style cabinets, white glazed subway tile and a subtle pattern on the countertops.. Stainless Steel appliances were accented with the cup pulls on the drawers. The flooring is the original concrete with a waxed finish.
This is my rendition of a kitchen designed by Elaine Griffin of New York.
Link to article on Apartment Therapy: www.thekitchn.com/thekitchn/kitchen-spotlight/kitchen-spo...
I am very intrigued by small space design, and while I don't really want a galley kitchen I like seeing how things are arranged to make the best use of space. I like the heavy moldings and the glass front cabinets.
This space is a renovation project that I designed and installed.
It is for sale - contact me if you are interested.
Luxurious desert living. Golf club access, swimming, tennis, health club all in the best winter climate in the west.
See the latest publication of this online at: "Condo" (A European Design Magazine)
See a slide show of this House at www.iphotoarts.com
There are still some ugly cables that need to be covered. Which reminds me of the fact I STILL need to buy a million of frames...
Blogged on IGTBH here: itsgreattobehome.net/2009/05/19/riding-the-subway-tile/
This is the "AFTER" of our kitchen. This is a brand new house, and we brought the stove with us and had the kitchen built to fit it. The countertops were perfectly plain white laminate, but they were taking a beating with craft projects and general wear and tear. As much as I don't usually love granite, I can't keep up with marble and tile gets too dirty. So, we found a pretty pale and subtle granite we actually kinda liked and also added subway tile. See the before photos in same set. blogged at hollydoodledesigns.com
Cragside is a Victorian country house near the town of Rothbury in Northumberland, England. It was the home of William Armstrong, 1st Baron Armstrong, founder of the Armstrong Whitworth armaments firm. An industrial magnate, scientist, philanthropist and inventor of the hydraulic crane and the Armstrong gun, Armstrong also displayed his inventiveness in the domestic sphere, making Cragside the first house in the world to be lit using hydroelectric power. The entire estate was technologically advanced, equipped with "wonderful hydraulic machines that do all sorts of things". In the grounds, Armstrong built dams and created lakes to power a sawmill, a water-powered laundry, early versions of a dishwasher and a dumb waiter, a hydraulic lift and a hydroelectric rotisserie. In 1887, Armstrong was raised to the peerage, the first engineer and the first scientist to be ennobled. He took his title from the name of his house, becoming Baron Armstrong of Cragside.
Now owned by the National Trust.
For the Whispery White Wednesday group.
This week's theme is white kitchens or white things in the kitchen.
I think these shots cover both!
(Can you tell I like to put stuff on the walls?)
Did a little remodeling this summer. Blogged at hollydoodledesigns.com
Here's one from a commercial Real Estate shoot this past weekend, HDR using only ambient light Canon 6D 17-40mm F4L. For information on my commercial architecture and interior photography check out my website at www.nfirebaughimages.com.
shot with a Canon 5d mk3, 24 mm TS mk2 a 430 and a load of sb80s
lots going on here there are three images here mainly to give options to the client different styling and chair layouts that are in different layers to make it easy for the client to choose.
430 on top triggering 2 sb 80s to the right, bare bounce and 2 to the left through soft boxes. separate exposure for the stove and for the cooker
For editorial use and a kitchen manufacturer this image will have another final touch up if it is selected, plug sockets and light fittings will be removed and a fire might be added
Kitchen by jonathanwilliamskitchens.ie
1 YN560 Far CR
1 YN560 in hand CR
1 YN560 CL
1 YN560 on floor between island & far counter
Blended 1 ambient to remove reflections
This shot combines 4 exposures, one main overall shot with the others using a single Speedlight to highlight a certain area. Blended in Photoshop (not HDR).
Where i enjoy cooking sometimes, but avoid like plague at other times.
Where i create food, sometimes palatable, sometimes completely inedible.
Where i think of my family in India the most.
Where the prospect of cleaning up afterwards takes over the joy of cooking itself.
I never knew kitchens could be this cathartic. ;)
just a few minor details to finish up. notice the new counter tops, sink, faucet, and back splash.