By Florentin Vincent. Other Design Kitchen. Publised at Thursday, January 04th 2018, 01:06:08 AM. Part of working with a tiny space is helping it to look and feel larger than it really is, as well as make it more comfortable. To this end, consider using only lower cabinets in your kitchen and replacing the uppers with shelves. This accomplishes two things; it makes the kitchen seem larger than it is by opening things up, and it gives you more versatility in how you store things. Cabinets take up more room than they give you. They also have a set number of shelves inside, as well as spacing between them. By putting up your own shelves you can make better use of the whole space, getting more versatility and storage at once.
By Amand Jacquette. Other Design Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, January 03rd 2018, 20:27:51 PM. A lot of people look at the amount of floor space available in a tiny kitchen, and miss a lot of opportunities for storage by overlooking the walls. Yes, you likely already have cabinets or shelving installed, but most kitchens still have unused wall space that you could be taking advantage of. Store things on top of your cabinets if there is room between them and your ceiling. Invest in pot racks to free up cabinet space, and install backsplash shelving and utensil holders to get things like knives, spices, and strainers off of counters and out of drawers where you can find them more easily. Use the freed up space to store items you don’t currently have a home for.
By Marjolaine Diodore. Other Design Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, January 03rd 2018, 20:08:33 PM. Glowing yellow, dove white or mossy green are just a few of the hues that can really transform your kitchen from the drab space it currently is, to an exciting space, commensurate with the great meals you make there in. Here is a choice of ten fresh and pretty colours you should pick for your kitchen.
By Florentin Vincent. Other Design Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, January 03rd 2018, 20:06:47 PM. Blending, in a skillful manipulation of form and proportion, classically inspired architectural elements with the clean lines of more contemporary designs results in a comfortably tailored and uncluttered style that is commonly referred to as Transitional.
By Jonathan Sybille. Other Design Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, January 03rd 2018, 19:48:30 PM. If you have an L-shaped kitchen, a peninsula will work best as it’ll double as a divider which conveniently separates the dinning or living area from the kitchen. Wih a peninsula, you’re also afforded lots of room for storage room and countertop space. In addition to that, if you are concerned that your kitchen is too small for seating, the peninsula allows you to utilize bar stools so that you can maximize your dining options.
By Melodie Constance. Other Design Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, January 03rd 2018, 19:47:36 PM. Cabinet organizers can really help you maximize the space in a tiny kitchen. Organizers are available for every shape and size of drawer and cabinet, so you can stack more plates, hold your aluminum foil and plastic wrap, keep writing utensils organized, and store your canned goods on a pull out shelf. Whatever your needs, there is a cabinet organizer that can help; investing in this type of organization will help ensure that your kitchen remains functional and organized even if it’s tight on space.
By Marcelline Odette. Modern Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, January 03rd 2018, 19:37:37 PM. Tempered glass and original prints bring the highly artistic design trends into modern kitchens, creating fantastic, colorful and bold kitchen backsplashes in traditional and contemporary interiors. Beautiful images, panoramic city views, landscapes or black and white photographs, covered by glass visually expand spaces and adorn walls with gorgeous backsplash ideas.
By Amand Jacquette. Modern Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, January 03rd 2018, 19:37:00 PM. Emphasis of French accents produce a slight antique appeal in the kitchen area. White cabinets have a traditional style and complements the otherwise contemporary layout. To add more texture to the décor, the table legs, tabletop, seating, and counter top are constructed from a light colored wood that flawlessly blends with the distinctive interior decoration. Thin white beams add an attention-grabbing dimension to the ceiling, while the complementary white wooden floor is impressive and bare. This is not an easy floor to maintain and requires extra care to keep its beautiful appearance. The Pewter hued stove and subway tiles create a modest industrial look. Pottery and various accents, including copper, complete the overall appearance of this practical kitchen that oozes individual style.
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