Published at Saturday, June 09th 2018, 22:25:03 PM by Renata Gallo. Kitchen Cabinets. If you don’t want to clutter your kitchen with closed corner cabinets you can opt for open shelves instead. These too can allow you to make good use of a corner space. Install several shelves to create a sort of open pantry. It can be framed by regular cabinets on either side or it can occupy an empty part of the kitchen. Either way, it’s better than a dead corner.
Published at Friday, February 16th 2018, 08:36:45 AM by Francesca Rizzo. Kitchen. The kitchen is one of the most exciting spaces in a home and one that requires a lot of attention to details during the design and planning process. Choosing a layout is a very important step. You might not be able to make this decision from the start so try first to get your priorities in order to make a list of all the elements that you want to include in the design and ways to do it. You should also pick a style that you want to use…this can also help you find the ideal layout later on.
Published at Thursday, February 15th 2018, 09:11:42 AM by Francesca Rizzo. Kitchen Cabinets. Cabinets aren’t the only things that can be installed in corners. Even though it’s less common and perhaps even difficult, it’s possible to place large appliances in kitchen corners too. For example, the cooktop or the stove could fit in there and you could have an exhaust hood installed above it, with a custom mask moulded around it.
Published at Friday, January 12th 2018, 09:11:23 AM. Faucets By Camile Martin Martin. The one nice thing about kitchen faucets is you are virtually unlimited and choices. There are so many different materials, colors and textures in the marketplace you should have no trouble at all finding a design that fits your individual taste and needs. So don’t be in a rush to buy the first style faucet you see. Take your time shopping and you have a great chance of finding the exact look in a faucet that you want.
Published at Friday, December 22nd 2017, 22:22:05 PM. Kitchen By Kamille Leroy. It’s such a wonderful thing to find hand-me-down treasures in your parents’ or grandparents’ attic. Remember that big old dining room table? Snap it up to use as a kitchen island. Being already lovingly worn down means you won’t be worried about using it to it’s full potential.
Published at Sunday, December 17th 2017, 20:33:56 PM. Kitchen By Kamille Leroy. In the best circumstances, you have some room in your decor budget to get your perfect kitchen table. While you’re shopping, look for spindle legs, wide planked tops and added leaves. These seemingly insignificant elements are what will make your farmhouse kitchen table shine.
Published at Wednesday, December 06th 2017, 18:43:18 PM. Kitchen By Sigismonda Alfonsi. Use green in combination with warm woods for a look inspired directly from nature. For instance, the fronts of the cabinets can be green while the rest of their bodies has a wooden finish, just like you see in this stylish and welcoming kitchen.
Published at Monday, December 04th 2017, 08:49:33 AM. Faucets By Sigismonda Alfonsi. To make this space truly inviting, consider hanging stylish pendant lights over the counter. If cabinet space is at a premium, install a pot rack and show off your cookware. With an island sink, you can even supervise homework or crafts while you cook.
Published at Wednesday, November 29th 2017, 02:57:51 AM. Faucets By Lucia Marino. Of course, if you have the money to make some serious change to your kitchenette, you might consider new appliances. Nowadays, there are lots of options for small kitchens that will give you the look you’re going for.
Published at Sunday, November 19th 2017, 02:45:31 AM. Kitchen By Fabiola Giordano. There’s no room here for a table or an island and that gives the kitchen a lack of social character. In addition, interaction between two or more people in a galley kitchen is limited and often awkward. in a home, unless you open the kitchen to the rest of the public spaces by removing a wall or a door, this will remain an enclosed space with little to no connection to the rest of the house.