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Transitional Espresso Machines

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A built-in espresso maker produces cafe-quality coffee without hogging precious counter space.


The countertop provides enough space to store serving trays, coffee beans and sugar. The lower drawers provide storage for espresso and coffee cups. Additional drawers can be used to store tea, hot chocloate and sweeteners.


The @Thermador Built-In Fully Automatic Coffee Maker is an indulgence that culinary enthusiasts and their guests will quickly come to love. The programmable coffee machine will prepare the perfect fresh espresso or cup of coffee at the push of a button, as well as provides the option to steam or froth milk like a professional barista with an attached steam wand for a blissful latte or cappuccino.


Stylish paisley pattern with a lively appeal. This transitional area rug is versatile enough to span a variety of decors. Options include rounds and a three piece set for a coordinated look throughout the home. Teal blue background with snowy ivory, pear green, cranberry red, russet, ecru gold, mushroom taupe, and espresso brown. Machine made of soft polypropylene that is naturally stain-resistant and easy to maintain. The three piece set includes a 5' x 7', 1'8" x 5' and a 1'8" x 2'8".


How about a few photos from another San Francisco based architecture firm - this time it's Andre Rothblatt. A monstrous coffee machine with it's own nook, a funky stove and hood fan, one of the strangest tubs I've ever seen...


A mix of traditional cabinetry and open shelving provides maximum storage space in this kitchen featured on HGTV's Buying and Selling. The upper shelving unit frees up valuable counter space by housing the microwave and espresso machine, while a neutral subway tile backsplash complements the stone countertops.