1744 Big Island Hwy Kitchen
I like this door for going to basement
Definite favorite!! kitchen with window - where existing dining room is
Another awesome picture of a window bank in the kitchen!! What about this kitchen? You said you don't like uppers and like large windows? Is this too traditional? What about floors? Do you like dark wood or light? Wide or narrow planks? Real or manufactured (for the dogs)? Send some photos of flooring. Also, start an idea book for 1744 Master bed/bath.J Jack is coming today so I may not check back as often.
Big window in the kitchen!!
I like this smaller kitchen layout and the dark island base. Don't like the white subway tile.
I like this one the best of the 4. (I can’t seem to respond to your comments from my phone so having to save a different photo of the same kitchen). I like the dark island with light top, and the reverse on the cabinets behind. I like the grey brick/tile backsplash. I like the lights. I like the matching refrigerator doors to the island base.
This one is more farmhouse
This kitchen is more transitional
Here's another one that has a touch of modern.
Do you like this kitchen? Trying to get an idea of your style. You mentioned liking brick and wood floors.
I like that this desk is small but has an L-shape. My current desk is white/glass and l-shaped. Open shelves for storage.
I like how this home office space is tucked behind the living area (Teri's office - Paul's will be upstairs or maybe over the garage...?)
I don't like all the white, but I like the storage and the tucked away in a corner idea
love this light!
Even though this has the white subway tile (which I hate), there's not too much white due to the contrasting island
good use of space and not so "Sterile/cold" looking
love the natural light, floors, brick etc
hallway storage and bookshelves
doors to hide washer/dryer
natural light, warm tones
natural light, place for cookbooks without cluttering countertops