Published at Saturday, December 15th 2018, 04:46:02 AM by Nunzia Alfonsi. Kitchen Sink.
You can select cast iron or fireclay for a conventional look or append a bit of drama with stone or copper. Stainless-steel types bring a contemporary twist to the conventional sink project also pertinent well in modern kitchens. Each material gives exact advantages as well as disadvantages, so investigation the selections carefully. Both single-bowl plus double-bowl apron sinks are accessible.
Published at Wednesday, January 16th 2019, 10:02:20 AM. Cabinets By Aintzane Vila. High gloss in dark tones. Metal isn’t the only finish that can bring a glossy sheen to a kitchen. Lacquered or lacquer-look cabinets are a powerful option, and many suppliers at every level now offer high-sheen cabinets. In a murky tone like a charcoal gray, the deep, mirror-like appearance becomes all the more noticeable.
Published at Wednesday, January 16th 2019, 09:59:13 AM. Cabinets By Andula Adamek. All incognito, white kitchens are clean and simplistic. Small kitchens will appear more spacious with all white backsplashes, cabinets and countertops. Although it`s simple, there`s nothing dull about this design. Make sure the surfaced you are covering in white are copletely free of dirt when you begin. A common cleaning solution used when painting is Trisodium Phosphate.
Published at Wednesday, January 16th 2019, 09:57:41 AM. Cabinets By Dennise Bureau. Green and gray. A bold tile backsplash with an intricate black and white design above your sink or stove will draw attention to your kitchen. Pairing with greenish-gray cabinets won`t steal it`s thunder, instead, it`ll elevate the entire design. Grandeur forest, try adding elements of grandeur into your kitchen with forest green cabinets. It`s a majestic design when coupled with oversized appliances and a warm tile flooring. You`ll feel like royalty while cooking all your meals and hosting guests.
Published at Tuesday, January 15th 2019, 09:08:18 AM. Kitchen Island By Darchelle Etienne. Customizing a builder`s special in Tampa. Amy and Chris Bay wanted to give their new suburban house in Florida the charm of an older home. A typical island was not for them, so they turned an old factory cart into an eye-catching workspace and focal point in their kitchen. The bottom shelf provides lots of storage space.
Published at Tuesday, January 15th 2019, 09:03:11 AM. Kitchen Island By Nunzia Alfonsi. Butcher block, a true butcher block is completely at home in the kitchen. The most often found vintage size is roughly a square, usually around 30 inches, although larger blocks are out there. The smaller ones can fit nicely even in a small kitchen. Expect to pay between $400 and $700 on up for a small block. Often charmingly worn on the top, the uneven surface can cause problems with serving.
Published at Monday, January 14th 2019, 18:38:50 PM. Kitchen Island By Pascala Faivre. Over a barrel in Ontario. Homeowners Meaghan Gizuk and Trevor Arthur are very resourceful when it comes to using salvaged pieces around the house, and vintage wine barrels pop up in several rooms. In their kitchen a barrel topped with Carrara marble is small enough to walk around but just the right height and size for prep work.
Published at Monday, January 14th 2019, 18:37:38 PM. Kitchen Island By Pascala Faivre. Create more seating. Whether your space lacks a proper dining table or you’re looking to create a more casual bar-seating option, adding low-profile seating to the island is an easy way to increase functionality and make the environment more social for both guests and the cook. Create a breakfast bar or dining table, and leave a counter overhang that offers enough room to tuck the chairs or stools underneath when not in use.