Published at Wednesday, June 20th 2018, 20:12:07 PM by Letizia Greco. Kitchenware. Building stuff right into the kitchen counter is actually a pretty popular option among designers. This can include features like knife racks, sockets and even storage compartments for spices, dishes, planters and other items.
Published at Monday, March 26th 2018, 20:12:30 PM. Kitchen By Elenora Costa. You might think that your tiny farmhouse kitchen is just not big enough for an island, but you’re probably wrong. With some wood, stain and a free Saturday, you can build a custom rustic island for your kitchen that will double your work space.
Published at Saturday, March 24th 2018, 18:08:40 PM. Faucets By Sigismonda Alfonsi. Separate wall-mounted taps with simple handles blend in perfectly with this minimal Scandi-chic kitchen. The aged brass feels old and luxurious, which provides a nice contrast to the pale butcher-block countertops.
Published at Wednesday, March 21st 2018, 21:12:03 PM. Faucets By Allegra Ricci. Let’s talk backsplash. A tiled backsplash with a fun pattern can really liven up any space. But when you’re talking about putting pattern in a kitchenette, you’ll actually completely transform the corner. And being a kitchenette, you won’t need very much tile which makes it a budget friendly project.
Published at Monday, March 19th 2018, 09:19:58 AM. Kitchen Backsplashes By Alleffra Petit. Marble is sophisticated, elegant and classy so what better way to put the spotlight on it than with a waterfall island counter? Since the material is the focal point, the design of the island can be minimalist and focused on practicality.
Published at Sunday, March 18th 2018, 08:23:43 AM. Faucets By Alleffra Petit. When you are on a decorating budget, kitchens are definitely the hardest to style. It requires sacrifices and compromises since most likely, you don’t have the cash to replace the cabinets or appliances. And when we’re talking about a kitchenette, things get even trickier.
Published at Saturday, March 17th 2018, 17:06:42 PM. Kitchen Backsplashes By Aveline Vincent. It’s natural to associate travertine backsplashes with rustic, traditional or farmhouse kitchens. That’s where they look most at home but that doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t successfully incorporate the trend into a modern setting. You just need to find the right balance of textures, colors and materials.
Published at Friday, March 16th 2018, 20:56:14 PM. Kitchen Backsplashes By Aveline Vincent. Clad from counter to ceiling with durable chocolate-brown porcelain tiles, this kitchen backsplash harmonizes with the creamy-hue onyx and oak-veneer cabinetry. To impart the look of natural stone, the backsplash was edged with dark-gray grout.