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Have ever thought of combining materials for your floor.....

Have ever thought of combining materials for your floor.....

URBAN FLOOR - handscraped Series - Maple Antique

URBAN FLOOR - handscraped Series - Maple Antique

hickory wood floors | Reclaimed Antique Flooring: Hickory - Mountain Lumber

hickory wood floors | Reclaimed Antique Flooring: Hickory - Mountain Lumber

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White kitchen, off-white cabinets, Sherwin Williams Conservative Gray, New Venetian Gold Granite, open layout, open floor plan, open concept, hickory wood floors

White kitchen, off-white cabinets, Sherwin Williams Conservative Gray, New Venetian Gold Granite, open layout, open floor plan, open concept, hickory wood floors

نتيجة بحث الصور عن ‪coffee shop counter design specifications‬‏

نتيجة بحث الصور عن ‪coffee shop counter design specifications‬‏

Apparently more than a few of you are planning kitchen remodels as our measurements for recommended island heights caught your attention. | Illustration: Arthur Mount | thisoldhouse.com

Apparently more than a few of you are planning kitchen remodels as our measurements for recommended island heights caught your attention. | Illustration: Arthur Mount | thisoldhouse.com

Light Fantasy Brown Marble

Light Fantasy Brown Marble

Modern and expensive kitchen #expensive #modern

Modern and expensive kitchen #expensive #modern

Building a breakfast bar dimensions;Breakfast bars are generally constructed from 18 to 24 inches deep to allow for place settings and food to be placed on top and should extend beyond the wall of a cabinet or island at least 12 inches to allow for stools and knees to be tucked under the overhang. Read more: http://www.ehow.com/how-does_4874052_building-breakfast-bar.html#ixzz32l1vLGvD

Building a breakfast bar dimensions;Breakfast bars are generally constructed from 18 to 24 inches deep to allow for place settings and food to be placed on top and should extend beyond the wall of a cabinet or island at least 12 inches to allow for stools and knees to be tucked under the overhang. Read more: http://www.ehow.com/how-does_4874052_building-breakfast-bar.html#ixzz32l1vLGvD