Published at Wednesday, January 16th 2019, 09:57:41 AM by Dennise Bureau. Cabinets. Beadboard cabinet doors. Beadboard cabinet doors can help add a rustic feel to your kitchen. You can choose to have them only on the doors or also add matching components on the drawers. For those who are fond of country kitchens, these can complement wood ceiling beams and distressed furniture.
Published at Wednesday, January 02nd 2019, 06:24:30 AM by Aintzane Vila. Cabinets.
I was annoying to choose if black is the new‐white (because all‐white kitchens have been a thing for a though now). Or doubt black is the new–black (because black is timeless also classic). Nevertheless, I'm scared I lone ended up confusing myself when it originates to black–kitchen—cabinets.
Published at Thursday, January 17th 2019, 05:58:37 AM by Juliet Delorme. Cabinets. Open frame cabinet doors. Open frame cabinet doors are a great option for those who want to show off some unique items, but also want to keep them protected and dust free. It`s common for people to have one of two of these in their home to help display their favorite matching glassware.
Published at Tuesday, January 15th 2019, 09:03:11 AM. Kitchen Island By Nunzia Alfonsi. Add appliances, incorporating sinks or stovetops into the surface of the island is one way to spread the workflow throughout the kitchen. Installation can be tricky, so pay attention to details like ventilation and plumbing. This will require running downward (most common in islands) or overhead venting (which can be expensive), and allocating extra space to in-cabinet pipes.
Published at Monday, January 14th 2019, 18:38:50 PM. Kitchen Island By Pascala Faivre. Steampunk near Boston. In this Massachusetts Victorian, homeowner Bruce Rosenbaum embraces all things steampunk. He integrated modern technology, period pieces and architectural salvage throughout the house. Ingenuity is seen with every turn of the head, and this one-of-a-kind kitchen island is no exception. It’s made from an early-20th-century printer’s desk — just one example of how he’s used vintage materials in unexpected ways.
Published at Monday, January 14th 2019, 18:37:38 PM. Kitchen Island By Pascala Faivre. Work tables, while farm tables have become popular in the kitchen, don’t overlook other working-style tables. This table looks like it might have been the bottom part of a Hoosier cabinet (note the rounded flour bin underneath). Enamel-top tables can still be found for a relatively inexpensive amount. I have seen them at garage sales for under $30. Use yours as is, or turn it into a moveable storage cart as this homeowner did.
Published at Sunday, January 13th 2019, 08:17:58 AM. Kitchen Island By Nunzia Alfonsi. Double islands in Seattle. Adam and Alexandra Hedin converted a beloved neighborhood firehouse into a second home. Alexandra is an entertaining and lifestyle blogger who works from there, including staging photo shoots. A second kitchen island serves as a desk and bookshelf, and because it’s on casters, she can move it wherever extra counter space or seating is needed.
Published at Sunday, January 13th 2019, 08:14:33 AM. Cabinets By Nunzia Alfonsi. I’ve used mesh inserts instead of glass on many recent projects. It works beautifully in both traditional homes and contemporary designs with some transitional flair, bringing a slight sense of old-world charm. Consider using mesh inserts on the “upper-upper” cabinets in a tall space on a full pantry wall or on a single cabinet at a specific station like a mixing center or coffee bar.
Published at Saturday, January 12th 2019, 17:09:40 PM. Cabinets By Suzetta Greco. You can opt for simple linear grooves, like the previous example, or a fun geometric shape like this charming fish scale pattern. Embossed cabinet doors look especially great in a dark, glossy finish, with reflected light catching the pattern and making it pop.
Published at Friday, January 11th 2019, 06:43:04 AM. Kitchen Island By Roux Renaudin.
Kitchen‐islands are helping to take the social atmosphere back into the kitchen. They inspire your ″family″ as well as friends to hang out as you cook without getting in your way or suggest them a space to help. A well-positioned in conjunction with designed kitchen‐island directs the flow of guests in the kitchen, both socially or physically.