By Jonathan Sybille. Other Design Kitchen. Publised at Friday, December 29th 2017, 21:42:49 PM. You can also use a cake stand for ingredients! If you cook a lot, why not use a cake stand (or two) to hold key ingredients such as chocolate chips and raisins? We love this idea, and it looks absolutely wonderful in any kitchen, especially if you can find a cake stand with the same colour scheme as your kitchen.
By Renard Jocelyne. Other Design Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, January 03rd 2018, 10:35:22 AM. Everybody keeps soap and sponges near their sink right? How many of you simply place them on your window-sill, or directly on the kitchen countertop? Here’s a great alternative. You can use a vintage container to hold all of these items. This makes cleaning the kitchen much easier, and also makes your kitchen look gorgeous.
By Melodie Constance. Other Design Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, January 03rd 2018, 10:27:39 AM. Tiny kitchens can also be short on counter space, so consider bringing in more with a moving island. An island with wheels allows you to bring it in when it’s needed, then move it to the side, into a closet, or into an adjoining room when it’s not. Most islands also give you additional storage, so you can designate yours for a specific purpose and store all the relevant items there, such as making a baking cart and storing your flour, sugar, rolling pin, and cookie cutters there. When it’s time to bake, the island comes out and you have all the counter space you need and all of your baking items right at hand.
By Kevin Arnaude. Scandanavian Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, January 03rd 2018, 10:03:47 AM. We absolutely love how the bright blue vent and oven are striking through the vaguely white and gray tones that prevail in this beautiful Scandinavian kitchen. The center of the kitchen, the kitchen island is surely the main charmer due to its perfect design, giant size and smart storage space add a functional and aesthetic value to this kitchen.
By Marjolaine Diodore. Other Design Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, January 03rd 2018, 09:49:38 AM. 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, 09:45:55 AM. Choose a spot where natural light can get in, for you to embrace the warmth of the sun first thing in the morning! At night, share an intense candlelit dinner with your partner underneath the moonlight. Place a stylish hanging lamp or light fixtures right above your nook.
By Marcelline Odette. Other Design Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, January 03rd 2018, 09:33:21 AM. At the same time, maximizing your light will also help things appear to be larger as well. Use window sheers for privacy that won’t block light, and consider adding a glass tile backsplash or a few mirrors in the room to further reflect and amplify what light you do get.
By Amand Jacquette. Modern Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, January 03rd 2018, 09:31:47 AM. Essentially simplistic and sophisticated with clean lines, accents add texture and depth balancing out the décor with great affect. The most pronounced and distinctive element are the bare walls and floor enhanced by exquisite cascading leaves. In fact, there are a variety of natural elements in this home’s interior like the painted brick walls and natural wood floor, that give it an earthy ambiance. The architectural details make use of muted shades, high ceiling, curtain-less windows, and intriguing art and sculptures further emphasizing the flat’s modernistic appeal. Smooth clean lines are part of this interior’s distinctiveness.
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