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6 file(s) - Uploaded by: CADHandyman
Created: Jun 18, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 19
A kitchen and Nook Area that reflects a little of our italian heritage. The light oak cabinets are set off by the dark Tuscan mahogany floor. Using the matching beige as the base color, the beige back splash color is carried onto the nook area walls using a fresco painting technique (Home Depot. The combination of light and dark wood is carried onto the dining room table, ceiling, and base molding.
1 file(s) - Uploaded by: LindaPaul
Created: Oct 19, 2010 | Flag
Total Ratings: 0
This is a timeless kitchen design with Italian flair. The major elements like the Thomasville cabinets and countertop are neutral and classic. bright celery green pops of color make the space fun and contemporary
7 file(s) - Uploaded by: justchrisinhersp...
Created: Jul 27, 2008 | Flag
Total Ratings: 6
This Arizona home was built in 2007. Its the builder's Italian model. Selections I made were imported Italian tile black galaxy granite countertops; high back black chairs with a fluted edge glass top table bring in clean lines with a warm style. Painted with tans and red-browns in the dining area and olive green in the kitchen. The breakfast bar is for casual dining and socializing with friends neighbors or for having a glass of your favorite beverage on a warm day.
5 file(s) - Uploaded by: centsabledesigne...
Created: Aug 7, 2007 | Flag
Total Ratings: 25
This space was a makeover of love for Papa Joe. The space was orginally all white with blue and white valances. First off I knew I had to keep the blue in the room since the whole house was blue and white. But to bright his smile all it took was a light yellow paint and new fabrics. And as my name implies its a Centsable Design. My total cost for this make over was $250.
4 file(s) - Uploaded by: lngregory
Created: Jun 1, 2007 | Flag
Total Ratings: 22
Working on creating a gourmet kitchen with a smooth work flow. Still need tile back splash.