By Melodie Constance. Other Design Kitchen. Publised at Sunday, December 31st 2017, 21:08:50 PM. Having a tiny kitchen doesn’t have to be a terrible thing. Just make your choices wisely for the space, optimizing what you do have and getting rid of what you don’t need. Make the most of your tiny kitchen to start getting more out of your entire home.
By Melodie Constance. Other Design Kitchen. Publised at Wednesday, January 03rd 2018, 23:38:13 PM. 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 Marjolaine Diodore. Other Design Kitchen. Publised at Sunday, December 31st 2017, 10:21:36 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 Melodie Constance. Other Design Kitchen. Published at Sunday, December 31st 2017, 19:17:35 PM. This hue has a dramatic effect that is perfect for kitchen cabinetry. It gives a result that is both sophisticated and contemporary and since it is neither too blue nor too green, it contrasts perfectly with antique brass cabinet handles.
By Florentin Vincent. Other Design Kitchen. Published at Sunday, December 31st 2017, 19:10:17 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 Jonathan Sybille. Rustic Kitchen. Published at Sunday, December 31st 2017, 18:52:28 PM. By using reclaimed wood on your countertops, you get a countertop that provides stunning beauty to your kitchen. You also conserve the environment by preventing the wood from going into the waste stream. Rustic and reclaimed wood countertops are available in a variety of colors and styles to suit your specific needs and taste. Reclaimed wood comes from numerous sources including building materials in warehouses, commercial buildings and barns.While thinking of rustic and reclaimed wood countertops, chestnut, antique oak, rustic pine and heart pine come to mind. These woods have a timeless appeal that gives your kitchen a radiant old-world feel. While preparing rustic wood countertops, stain and glaze can be added to emphasize the look of the wood. You can opt for lightly worn edges and corns with dings and dents, heavily worn edges and corns with numerous dings and worm holes, or very heavily and uneven worn edges and corns with clusters of worn holes, terminate tracks and notch marks, numerous drag marks, circular dings and scratches. The level of distress on your rustic countertop will depend on your taste and preference.
By Amand Jacquette. Other Design Kitchen. Published at Sunday, December 31st 2017, 18:35:37 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 Amand Jacquette. Modern Kitchen. Published at Sunday, December 31st 2017, 17:27:23 PM. You no longer need to contain yourself with whites, medium or dark tones for your cabinetry. There is no single color that will define the current trend, so you can play around on the combination of colors. Skillfully-combined colors will create an interesting focal point and can give your kitchen a modern and updated look in an instant. Most experts suggest that kitchen cabinetry painted in shades of gray, taupe or cream is quite interesting.
By Marcelline Odette. Other Design Kitchen. Published at Sunday, December 31st 2017, 17:19:02 PM. 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 Renard Jocelyne. Scandanavian Kitchen. Published at Sunday, December 31st 2017, 17:17:48 PM. Notice the spectrum of contemporary furniture elements merged with industrial items, warm hardwood floor contrasting with glossy white cabinets. This place is a perfect archetype of Scandinavian kitchen, it screams modern and contemporary and yet still reflects calm and peaceful ambiance.
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