By Jonathan Sybille. Other Design Kitchen. Publised at Thursday, January 04th 2018, 00:37:51 AM. One thing that will make your design easier is when you choose elements with the perfect size. Go for elements that will fit the space in your kitchen perfectly. The square inches must be utilized to the maximum too. This will help to avoid having spaces in the corners.
By Marjolaine Diodore. Other Design Kitchen. Published at Tuesday, January 02nd 2018, 12:49:13 PM. 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 Marjolaine Diodore. Scandanavian Kitchen. Published at Tuesday, January 02nd 2018, 12:28:20 PM. Here is another example of an Scandinavian kitchen that can used contrasting tones in order to create a balance. The clean lines of the white, glossy cabinets contrasting with a black marble counter top and black door creates an interesting visual effect in the place. The shimmering oak wood floor warms up and soothes the dynamic that comes from the whites and blacks and provide this kitchen with harmony and natural appearance.
By Kevin Arnaude. Other Design Kitchen. Published at Tuesday, January 02nd 2018, 12:10:12 PM. A peninsula basically serves the same purpose as the kitchen island, but it’s fixed to at least 1 wall, with access to 3 sides rather than 4 like an island. A peninsula is actually seen as an extension of the rest of the kitchen, unlike islands which are a distinct unit separate from the other worktops and cupboards. Due to its’ structure, a peninsula is a great choice for kitchens with a smaller footprint, as it’s more space efficient. It’s much easier to incorporate, and homeowners can choose just how small or big they want it to be.
By Vivienne Valentin. Other Design Kitchen. Published at Tuesday, January 02nd 2018, 09:02:09 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 Marcelline Odette. Other Design Kitchen. Published at Tuesday, January 02nd 2018, 07:58:42 AM. A clear reference to an industrial imagery: the new Nolita handle has plenty of character; made with a Peltro finishing, it represents a synthesis of perfect functionality to all those looking for ergonomics, practicality and a strong personality.
By Florentin Vincent. Other Design Kitchen. Published at Tuesday, January 02nd 2018, 06:15:41 AM. That said, it’s important to note that if given the choice of a kitchen layout, many homeowners would opt for a kitchen island; an island is a free standing counter space, which is usually located at the center of the kitchen, and serves numerous puproses including, but not limited to; an additional workspace, a place for family and guests to sit and chat, among others. However, sometimes a kitchen peninsula can be a much better option. In this article, we are going to talk about when to choose a peninsula over an island in your kicthen;
By Florentin Vincent. Other Design Kitchen. Published at Tuesday, January 02nd 2018, 05:23:41 AM. 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.
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