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love the beams


Kinda sterile looking, but like the idea of beams and layout of kitchen Farmhouse kitchen - contemporary - kitchen - burlington - Perkins Smith Design Build

This 1920s farmhouse kitchen keeps lighting simple and minimal, as reminiscent of its history. Made-over with all new furniture and appliances, it's able to keep its historic feel with simple decoration, a small storage table and original floors.

built-in hutch for butler's pantry slate floor and shape of tile beadboard door white cabinets w black hardware wood Los Angeles Farmhouse Kitchen renovation - Farmhouse - Kitchen - Los Angeles - KellyBaron

green subway tile; contrast of white cabinets w/ dark wood floors

The tiled backsplash in the kitchen above is Fireclay Tile‘s Debris Series. The Debris Series contains over recycled materials, is manufactured in the United States using locally sourced material and is available in 112 glaze colors.

Cute, Cute, Cute.  Really like the antique drawer pulls, hardwood floors, glass front cabinets, farm sink and oil rubbed bronze faucet.  This kitchen says...Come on in and sit a spell.  #StandardPaint

This traditional cottage kitchen features rustic wood flooring, neutral tones and modern appliances. Two glass-front cabinets frame a kitchen window that sits above the farmhouse sink.

I want these wooden counter tops and the pantry door is perfect!

I want these wooden counter tops and the pantry door is perfect!

// candelaria design

Houzz Small Kitchen Design Ideas Traditional Homes - traditional - Kitchen - Phoenix - Candelaria Design Associates

layout; window area for kitchen table - small sitting room

Case Design/Remodeling, Inc. - traditional - kitchen - dc metro - by Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.

farm sink, the cutting board counter top, the draw labels, the bar cart, and wine crates

dark countertops, light floors (like is in the rest of the house), white subway tile backsplash w gray grout

Ranch Style Home Kitchen

"While the shallow slope of the ranch house’s gable roof condemns it to a particular style and period, you can use this to your advantage. It’s comparatively easy to open up interior ceilings to the roofline or to add skylights." Love the ceiling boards!