By Marcelline Odette. Other Design Kitchen. Publised at Wednesday, January 03rd 2018, 07:56:12 AM. Most people have a number of items in their kitchens that they use on occasion, but not every day. This may be a stand mixer, a set of china, or some wine glasses. In a tiny kitchen, however, where space is at a premium, it doesn’t make a lot of sense to give room to items that you aren’t using regularly. So take the time to sort through things and move anything non-essential out of the kitchen to store elsewhere. This could be the dining room, a hall closet, or the attic; make sure it’s accessible when you need it and free up the space in your kitchen for items you use every day instead.
By Renard Jocelyne. Other Design Kitchen. Published at Friday, August 25th 2017, 04:25:12 AM. 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 Vivienne Valentin. Other Design Kitchen. Published at Monday, August 21st 2017, 03:15:02 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 Marcelline Odette. Modern Kitchen. Published at Friday, August 18th 2017, 03:01:06 AM. Minimalism, especially in small spaces, makes a lot of sense and has its benefits. It permits architectural components to emerge while bypassing additional fluff establishing an atmosphere that’s easy to maintain and great to live in!
By Vivienne Valentin. Modern Kitchen. Published at Sunday, August 13th 2017, 02:35:02 AM. If you’re planning a new kitchen, think about the lines you are creating with kitchen units and storage. This floor-to-ceiling unit fill one entire wall, offering a huge amount of storage, without encroaching too much on the space. In fact, the open shelving offers a great way to add colour to your room by putting favourite trinkets and cookware on display.
By Renard Jocelyne. Scandanavian Kitchen. Published at Saturday, August 12th 2017, 01:27:18 AM. Adding color to your Scandinavian kitchen is a lot simpler than in the case of living rooms or bedrooms that adopt the same style. Chic kitchenware with flower patterns, pastel hues that also usher in a breezy summer charm, and pops of bright yellow or green that stand out thanks to the neutral backdrop are the most preferred options. If you have an all-white subway tiled backsplash, then think of another section in the kitchen where you can add colorful geometric tiles or even some wallpaper to break the monotony.
By Renard Jocelyne. Modern Kitchen. Published at Monday, August 07th 2017, 23:36:11 PM. The distressed look has become the darling of interior designers. It makes sense, as distressed furnishings are extremely versatile and look absolutely ravishing when done properly. When placed against an all white backdrop, like in the kitchen of this home, a distressed interior can be soft, practical, elegant, contemporary with hints of bohemian chic, or virile. In fact, this type of interior theme is more about personality than style. There is a technique; however, the concept must come from a creative sense of personality coupled with good taste.
By Florentin Vincent. Modern Kitchen. Published at Tuesday, August 01st 2017, 21:54:06 PM. Though deceptively simple, this kitchen design incorporates exquisite decor. Its other strong points are the large window and door, placed just right to ensure the kitchen makes the most of natural light. And though it has an overwhelming minimalist sense, it is both comfortable and contemporary.
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