By Vivienne Valentin. Other Design Kitchen. Publised at Sunday, December 24th 2017, 14:00:30 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 Kevin Arnaude. Scandanavian Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, January 03rd 2018, 11:23:40 AM. Are you bored with the traditional all-white look? Maybe you want your kitchen to stand out from the pack. Even though black might not be used extensively in the Scandinavian kitchen, you can still employ it in a clever and creative fashion to delineate spaces, highlight architectural features, anchor the light, bright kitchen, and create visual contrast. A black kitchen range, cabinets, a hood or even an island can instantly shape a fascinating focal point in an otherwise neutral space. If black seems too heavy visually for your kitchen, try darker shades of gray or even deep blue instead.
By Kevin Arnaude. Scandanavian Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, January 03rd 2018, 11:09:51 AM. Think of Scandinavian style and the first thing that comes to mind is the color white. As we alluded to earlier, the harsh winters that shaped the style dictated this color choice, as homeowners wanted an interior that was airy, cheerful and moved away from the chill and gloom outside. White is the obvious choice, as it maximizes the available natural light while keeping the visual fragmentation to a minimum. Since white is already a popular hue when it comes to kitchen design, most of us will have little hassle in switching styles.
By Vivienne Valentin. Scandanavian Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, January 03rd 2018, 11:08:36 AM. When you want to attain a sheer serenity in the kitchen, when you want to to merge cold with warm in the same interior, when you want to create a monochrome kitchen that will yet burst style and vibrant, sharp energy, then you know that you want to create a Scandinavian Inspired Kitchen. The Scandinavian way of decorating the interiors is an endless source of inspiration, since this style is utterly profound and inspiring, featuring so little and providing so much, decorated with natural and minimalist setting and yet reflecting extremely cool and modern ambiance.
By Marcelline Odette. Scandanavian Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, January 03rd 2018, 10:38:26 AM. This kitchen look adorable and serene due to the subtle decorative palette and prevalence of white color scheme. The rustic area rug placed on the center of the kitchen breaks through the plain white appearance and provides the place with lively vibe. The galley layout of the kitchen totally adapts with the Scandinavian style and the light color scheme of this amazing interior.
By Melodie Constance. Other Design Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, January 03rd 2018, 10:38:04 AM. If you have or are planning to install gold marble countertop or have cabinetry that spot brass hardware that is not lacquered then this hue is perfect. It has a clay undertone that brings a wealth of sophistication to your kitchen.
By Renard Jocelyne. Other Design Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, January 03rd 2018, 10:35:22 AM. This hue is appetizing and therefore befits the kitchen island. It creates a dramatic focus and shifts attention from the other areas of the cooking area to the kitchen island, which in most instances is subtle because of traditional dull hues associated with it.
By Melodie Constance. Other Design Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, January 03rd 2018, 10:27:39 AM. To help make your tiny kitchen appear larger than it really is, make sure that the room is both cool in color and gets plenty of light. Cool colors recede from the eye, making rooms appear to be larger than they are. So a white or a pale blue kitchen will seem larger and more open than a dark red one.
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