Published at Saturday, April 07th 2018, 04:39:56 AM by Allegra Ricci. Kitchen Backsplashes. Wood is a more forgiving material, one that’s more accessible to DIYers compared to stone. Of course, that doesn’t mean anyone can make a waterfall countertop, even if wood is the material of choice. In fact, creating a fluid a continuous design can be pretty tricky even if you’re working with a single huge wood slice.
Published at Sunday, May 20th 2018, 02:07:11 AM. Kitchen By Elenora Costa. In this particular case the entire kitchen block is green with black accents. The island, however, is white with a light wood base, the same combination that defines the walls and flooring of the open plan volume. This ensures a really nice transition between the areas.
Published at Saturday, May 19th 2018, 19:31:49 PM. Kitchen Backsplashes By Aveline Vincent. It’s usually the fluidity of the counter which impresses the most, the fact that it drops down like a waterfall and that it goes all the way down to the floor. The verticality of the surface is an unusual detail and the transition from horizontal to vertical has to be as smooth and as fluid as possible in order for the waterfall effect to truly be successful and worthy of attention.
Published at Friday, May 18th 2018, 21:50:16 PM. Faucets By Renata Gallo. Integral means the sink and countertop are fabricated from the same material. This sink is crafted from stainless steel, but composites and stones are also great materials for integral sinks.
Published at Friday, May 18th 2018, 10:44:43 AM. Faucets By Elisabetta Elisabetta. Two sinks, four faucets! Bright gold faucets pop against the white curbed backsplash and grey walls. The bold metal will develop a beautiful patina over time, lending even more charm to the space.
Published at Thursday, May 10th 2018, 21:27:16 PM. Kitchen Cabinets By Renata Gallo. Corners are problematic, especially in kitchens where functionality and space-efficiency are crucial. We’ve identified this problem a long long time ago so by now we’ve come up with some pretty great ways to deal with it, a lot of them having to do with corner kitchen cabinets. Curious to find out how you too can optimize your kitchen’s design? Check out our top ten kitchen corner cabinet ideas to find out more about each type.
Published at Monday, April 30th 2018, 19:30:56 PM. Kitchen By Kamille Leroy. Add another row of cabinets and appliances to an L-shaped layout and you get a U-shaped kitchen. This is a type that looks and feels airy and offers lots of storage but is in fact quite small and not as versatile as other kitchens. The reason why we say that is because you can’t add an island or a table to a U-shaped kitchen without making it look cluttered and tiny.On the other hand, you can plenty of room for cabinets and large appliances and there’s often a window here as well which ensures an open and bright decor.
Published at Friday, April 27th 2018, 09:07:02 AM. Kitchen By Bette Girard. In the case of an open floor plan where the kitchen and living or dining room are directly connected, there has to be a pleasant and seamless transition between them and that’s where the kitchen island comes into play. A green island which matches the kitchen cabinets can be paired with a green ceiling or accent wall in the kitchen or with other matching design elements such as the curtains or the area rug.