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I prefer the cabinet in the before picture. Less is more.
Before & After: Mid-Century Inspired Dresser Knobs from Mason Jar Lids
|5/19/12 12:54 PM|
It would seem that Google used an artificial intelligence program to make the selections. The output vaguely reminds me of the quality of their online language translation tools. Close and sometimes you wonder how well they understand language at all. FUN article all the same.
Google Decorator: Most Beautiful Furniture in the World!
|6/10/11 3:05 AM|
How will we "transcend the norm and leave the world a better place than we found it"?
Is Design Ready for a Rethink?
|8/3/10 8:23 PM|
Actually, babyfishmouth, undercounter refrigerators work well in large kitchens, including my own. :) Most especially for folks who prefer a more open kitchen or just don't want to see them. Aside from being pretty ugly the only other way to disguise a fridge is by cladding it in the same material as the cabinetry where they get buried in a wall. This particular refrigerator takes up valuable counter area which is in short supply to the right of the sink. If this homeowner likes to cook having more counterspace to the right of a sink with running water for veg prep is pretty nifty. Sure beats traipsing back and forth to the island leaving debris along the way.
Kitchen Cabinet Paint Color & Rehab Ideas?
|8/3/10 8:13 PM|