Whether you are looking for a complete advanced kitchen redesign team that upgrades your current kitchen, River Oak Cabinetry & Designs can design and install cabinets that will be right for you. They offer full service, semi-custom and Amish custom cabinets. They are known for combining beauty with efficiency in designs.
Designing a kitchen that would look as good in 20 years
Whether you are looking for a whole house remodel, or just need a few new kitchen cabinets, River Oak Cabinetry & Designs can design a kitchen that is beautiful and functional. This Naperville-based company offers full-service remodels and semi-custom products. They also have award-winning designers on staff who can create your dream kitchen.
Meredith Ellis of Nashville commissioned River Oak Cabinetry & Designs to help her with a kitchen remodel. She wanted a kitchen that would last 20 years. After removing the soffits and asbestos-contaminated linoleum floors, the couple replaced the floor with hardwood, installed new cabinetry, and added a new back splash. They installed a new dishwasher, garbage disposal, and LED under-cabinet light. They also added a beaded board to add interest to the ceiling. The walls were painted a beautiful blue-gray, and statement lanterns were installed over the island. The kitchen is designed to accommodate a large family, with plenty of counter space and a sunny breakfast nook.
A lowcountry cottage's kitchen is as breezy as its coastal location
Located in Cannonborough-Elliotborough, South Carolina, this lowcountry cottage is the perfect marriage of tradition and innovation. Its open-concept kitchen boasts teal blue cabinets, a custom designed sink, and a built-in breakfast bar. The kitchen also has a small dining area, which overlooks the main living area, as well as a back porch oasis. The back porch is also home to an outdoor fireplace, an outdoor kitchen, and a pair of chairs to relax on after a long day.
The kitchen also features a panel front Sub-Zero refrigerator and a marble countertop to complement the cozy furnishings. The built-ins further enhance the craftsman quality of the home.
A colonial revival home in Oak Hill, Tennessee
Located in Oak Hill, Tennessee, the Oak Hill Farm Historic District features two dwellings and a collection of outbuildings. The two-story Colonial Revival house is on a brick foundation and has two front gabled wings. Its main features include asphalt shingle roofing, a central bay and fixed louvered shutters. The house has access to running water and electricity.
The Taylor House is a great surviving example of early settlement Federal-style frame architecture in West Tennessee. It was constructed in the mid 1800s to accommodate the needs of a slave population, and it retains its integrity well into the 21st century. The two story home has a number of interesting features, including a dirt floor in the basement. It also has an unheated room at the north end of the upstairs hall.
Meg Kelly's East Nashville home is an advanced study in the art of neutral paint colors
Choosing the perfect paint for your home is a task that can be daunting. The colours you choose will dictate the theme and mood of the entire house. The right colour can transform a dark room into a light, luminous space and a drab space into a warm, inviting space. However, a little research will help you make the right choice. Here are four top-notch designers' top tips on picking the right colour for your home.
The best way to choose the right colour is to consult a reputable paint supplier. They will have dedicated experts on hand to guide you through the process. They will also be able to recommend the best products to suit your needs.
Kara Miller's kitchen is light and modern with a touch of retro whimsy
Coastal interior designer Kara Miller has a knack for creating luminous and luminous spaces. Her relaxed and fun style is characterized by layered textures and natural materials.
For Miller's Tequesta, Florida kitchen, she replaced a cramped kitchen with plenty of natural light. The new space features a dazzling breakfast nook with a sunny window. In addition, the kitchen features a marble-wrapped hood with custom brass edging. The backsplash is ceramic tile and features pink metallic tiles to add a pop of color. The walls are painted Benjamin Moore Linen White.
To complement the neutral scheme, Kara Miller added colorful pops of pattern and texture. She used an accent wall to create a unique focal point. Her wallpaper is an At Home With Ashley mural that blends with the rest of the retro-inspired scheme.