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The walnut cabinets in the kitchen of this 1878 San Francisco original, which update and warm the space, were designed by Nilus de Matran and fabricated by George Slack. Read the full article here. Photo by: Dave Lauridsen

30 West 63rd Street, Apt. 26PR, Upper West Side: Phenomenal, sweeping Central Park views dominate this special xxx mint home & are prominent from the open, loft-like living room/dining area w/banquette, the extensive master bedroom, as well as the northeastern facing 3rd bedroom. The Chef's custom-built windowed eat-in kitchen is replete w/Caesarstone countertops, floor to ceiling wooden cabinetry, breakfast bar & huge pantry. See the listing…

30 West 63rd Street, Apt. 26PR, Upper West Side: Phenomenal, sweeping Central Park views dominate this special xxx mint home & are prominent from the open, loft-like living room/dining area w/banquette, the extensive master bedroom, as well as the northeastern facing 3rd bedroom. The Chef's custom-built windowed eat-in kitchen is replete w/Caesarstone countertops, floor to ceiling wooden cabinetry, breakfast bar & huge pantry. See the listing…

In this Merit award kitchen project, dark gray cabinets contrast with warm cherry cabinets. The countertops are Silestone's Blanco River. The project is by @C G&S Design-Build. Photo: Thomas McConnell #RDA2013

In this Merit award kitchen project, dark gray cabinets contrast with warm cherry cabinets. The countertops are Silestone's Blanco River. The project is by @C G&S Design-Build. Photo: Thomas McConnell #RDA2013

1970's split-level remodel -- Edstrom Residence, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 2009. by Johnsen Schmaling Architects

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1970's split-level remodel -- Edstrom Residence, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 2009. by Johnsen Schmaling Architects

South Indian Retreat Combines Cool Local Architectural Elements with Modern Design

South Indian Retreat Combines Cool Local Architectural Elements with Modern Design

Simple but I love the use of wood and stone :) Retreat in the South-Indian Countryside / Mancini

“I didn’t want marble or granite because they aren’t sustainable,” says Seo. “Laminate is one of the few surfaces recognized by the U.S. Green Building Council toward LEED certification. Plus it’s affordable and I liked the way it looked—a triple whammy.”

Modern Sustainable Kitchen Renovation in Pennsylvania - Photo 2 of 2

“I didn’t want marble or granite because they aren’t sustainable,” says Seo. “Laminate is one of the few surfaces recognized by the U.S. Green Building Council toward LEED certification. Plus it’s affordable and I liked the way it looked—a triple whammy.”

“Ironmongers’ Quarters” by Jonathan Tuckey Design Follow “a day in the land of nobody” on tumblr Pinterest | Society6 | Redbubble | NEW Teepublic | Twitter | Designspiration |MAB

“Ironmongers’ Quarters” by Jonathan Tuckey Design Follow “a day in the land of nobody” on tumblr Pinterest | Society6 | Redbubble | NEW Teepublic | Twitter | Designspiration |MAB

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