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Update Pics of cream traditional kitchen

posted by: jen4268 on 07.24.2008 at 09:10 am in Kitchens Forum

Hi! Things are moving along and I thought I would post some progress pics- about 90% done, but no backsplash yet, waiting on my appliance pulls for the refrigerator (using temp ones that came with for now). I will post more when finished!

Cabinets- custom built, inset. Color- SW8180, almond white
Counters- Antiqued Nordic Black

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clipped on: 10.22.2010 at 11:06 am    last updated on: 10.22.2010 at 11:07 am

Laundry/Mud Room Eye Candy - please post yours!

posted by: oceanna on 11.28.2007 at 09:37 pm in Home Decorating Forum

Here are some pictures I've collected of laundry rooms to use for inspiration for when I redecorate my own, so they may as well inspire you too.

Please add your own pics! (These pics come from around the web plus from here, so if I posted a picture of yours, please proudly claim it as such!)


Okay, your turn!

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clipped on: 10.21.2010 at 04:07 pm    last updated on: 10.21.2010 at 04:07 pm

RE: creamy colored granites? (Follow-Up #12)

posted by: eliza09 on 10.19.2010 at 11:03 am in Kitchens Forum

look up T and M Marble in Wheeling,IL. They have a great online catelog of their stones. Look for asteral dream it is a quartzite. I put it in my kitchen and it is beatiful. Warm without being to gold. Nice movement without being to busy. Reads more like marble than granite. I have oyster cabs and oil rubbed bronze fixtures. In the pics it reads more goldish just because of the lighting. Good luck. Check out Vintage on their site to and White Spring.

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clipped on: 10.20.2010 at 04:56 pm    last updated on: 10.20.2010 at 04:56 pm

Painted wall treatment for Coastal Kitchen

posted by: amylucey on 08.22.2010 at 08:21 am in Kitchens Forum

Spent yesterday white/grey washing the back wall we left exposed with the original pine boards when the house was first built.

The white painted cabinets come in tomorrow and templating for honed carrara marble on Thursday. It's really taking shape. The tile floor goes in this week too! Whoo hoo. Building a kitchen is so much fun.

Now back to choosing hardware. :)

Here is a link that might be useful: Weathered wood

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clipped on: 10.20.2010 at 04:11 pm    last updated on: 10.20.2010 at 04:11 pm