A little different

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Michael Rice
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A little different

Postby Michael Rice » Mon, Jul 02 2007, 8:31PM

This is my latest design. I gave up trying to add all of the appliances because I've had so much trouble saving the design. I guess I have too many display cubes in this one. I keep running out of memory, or the system shuts down when I try to save. However, I got enough of it complete to sell the job and started construction last week. The inspiration for this kitchen came from a house in Tuscon called \"Hacienda Rosetta Marie\". Homeowner found it in a book and we tried to use some of the southwest influence in the design. the layout is kinda strange, but this is what I had to work with. the beams overhead are actually hand hewn heart pine salvaged form a early 1800's log house. Because of the angles, it's hard to get good views of the kitchen, so I'm also attaching a shot of the two backwall cabinets. These two were meant to look like 2 pieces of furniture. Material is distressed mahogany, inset doors and drawers, with blumotion. the funky looking stove is actually a 60\" Viking, but I couldn't find an image of a 60 so I blew up a standard stove.

Mike
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Michael Rice
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Location: Madison Ga.

Postby Michael Rice » Mon, Jul 02 2007, 8:40PM

I just noticed that the overhead shot was taken before we changed the frige cabinet. Owner added a steamer oven above a mocrowave drawer.

Mike
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Postby Brian Shannon » Tue, Jul 03 2007, 10:24AM

Very Nice Michael! I can tell you have a lot of time in that. 'Can't wait to see the finished job pictures!



Brian


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