Now this is a joyful laundry! I LOVE it!
Another example nicely done.
Really interesting way to have a lot of light and display glassware. Windows beneath cabinets are awning (open out).
Love the window shelf, but would prefer it to be glass with a more ornate bracket. Also love the soapstone!
If I can't have a walk in pantry then this would do very well!
I like the idea of the glass shelves, especially near the top of the window!
Something that could be done at Mom's house instead of the greenhouse. A ground level entry that steps up to the kitchen once inside, that way there are no icy steps to contend with.
I like the small, inset dish shelf with wood bead board back, it is a nice contrast to the deep green and evokes a Craftsman style. I do not like the white counters, maybe heavily veined marble, quartzite, or soapstone would be better.
Now that's a wall I could love!
Laundry room; hanging rack on a pulley system and folding table on (lockable) casters.
Interesting take on a pantry with cupboard doors instead of open. Refrigerator is on the left wall behind the cookbook shelves, handy to counter space in pantry.
I have always loved the idea of sola-tubes! I've thought that having them combined with fiber optics would be very interesting!
Live moss wall is perfect for cleaning the air and adding humidity. Plus, it looks very soothing!
This is exactly what I want in a Pantry!!!
Interesting idea for the microwave. Open shelves above it and shallow drawer below.
Interesting idea! a shallow shelving unit backed with a mirror. I see the use of glassware and colored glass knick-knacks. Also, it increases the light level and reflects activity through another window.
I like the upper corner cabinet (with a center door for the corner) by itself with no other upper cabinets. Also, the lower drawers.
Love the pantry! Small but efficient.
Nice high picture rails on the paneling for display and love the built in.
Love the look of the dividers; having decorative glass panels for storage, and of course the lovely posts.
What a great idea for the difficult corner of a cabinet, access it from behind!
Interesting layout with the window over the sink and the mirror (mirroring it) next to it. Probably not convenient for a man shaving, though. Also love the idea of the open shower.
What a cool idea! displaying knick-knacks without them getting too dirty. Also very easy to change out whenever the mood strikes!
Much as I detest plastic anything, I really like the handled baskets for smaller items. Easy to reach, grab what you need and put back.
See other picture for explanation.
I really like the stepped back open cupboard in the far left.
I like the clear glass cabinets with the pass-through, a nice way to display glassware.
I like the door and floor, of course, but the idea of curtains instead of glass is great! Far less expensive and easier to clean.
I like this pocket door, good light transference.
Small but functional pantry. I would want a pass-through (from the outside entryway) where the pull out baskets are to unload groceries.
Plants instead of shower glass (with a deep enough shower stall). No cleaning!
I like the overhang for the lower windows, mostly for keeping the sun from heating up the windows in Summer.
I do love the bead board ceiling, even not painted.Also the bead board up to the high, shallow shelf.
The things I like about this kitchen are; the warm wood ceiling - that isn't shiny; the windows that extend down to the dark countertop; and the accents of wrought iron black, which I might have used for the cabinet pulls or on the window panes.
The wood cabinets are nice with the matching trim. Love the framed opening with a small peninsula. windows really make it right. I would prefer a green tone rather than the red as an accent
Like the small homey kitchen with adjacent, sunny breakfast room. The painted bead board ceiling is nice. However, I would in no way want a step up or down!
I like the low built-ins of this dining room, useable storage while leaving the room seem open - not closed in.
Great idea for an entryway or mud room, two closets flanking a window seat. Also like the use of old doors.
Love the french doors leading to the private balcony. I do not like the two different colors together, blue with green. either one or the other, not both.
I really like this house, inside and out!
Although a bit fancy, this vestibule solves the problem of icy, slippery stairs by having them on the inside of the house.
Like the idea of a nook under the stairs. Well lit, but with the warmth of the wood.
The first mud room I've seen that looks right! wood tones that won't show dirt from shoes, and an over-all sense of warmth.