Published at Saturday, January 26th 2019, 03:17:19 AM by Andula Adamek. Kitchen Island. Metal And Wood Kitchen Islands. Metal and wood is a perfect combo for an industrial kitchen island; such a piece will bring a more vintage feel to the space, and if you need it – go for pipes and a wooden countertop, this is a win-win combo. Add casters to make the island portable and make some shelves for storage – and you’ll get a super functional piece to rock!
Published at Tuesday, January 29th 2019, 17:55:03 PM. Cabinets By Sigfreda Pfeiffer. 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 Tuesday, January 29th 2019, 17:53:28 PM. Cabinets By Andula Adamek. 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 29th 2019, 17:51:54 PM. Kitchen Island By Nunzia Alfonsi. A copper-topped Ikea hack in Portland. Chris and Jennifer McCormick gave their Oregon kitchen a big makeover, balancing high- and low-end items. For example, the island is from Ikea, but they swapped in Restoration Hardware pulls and added a copper top. A hinged leaf can flip up to provide more surface area.
Published at Monday, January 28th 2019, 17:27:07 PM. Kitchen Island By Juliet Delorme. A waterside island with a lot to hide. In this modest cabin on stilts over Puget Sound, space is at a premium. The homeowners tucked their TV right into the island, where it hides behind cabinet doors when not in use. A blocky island in Texas goes with the grain. Homeowners Morgan and Monica Campbell added a large-scale grain pattern to their midcentury modern home’s kitchen island. The sides are composed of faux wood flooring.
Published at Monday, January 28th 2019, 17:16:26 PM. Kitchen Island By Nunzia Alfonsi. A family gathering spot in Dallas. When renovating after a tornado hit their home, John Gilliland and Lenore LoCascio wanted an island large enough so the whole family could gather and have conversations. Instead of the typical straight-line bar, they added wraparound seating at one end of their island. “This is our favorite spot in the house,” Gilliland says. “This is the center of it all.”
Published at Monday, January 28th 2019, 17:11:35 PM. Kitchen Sink By Juliet Delorme. While the kitchen sink window is a standard feature in most kitchens, it’s slightly different when designing a kitchen with tilt and turn windows. Tall kitchen faucets are all the rage. Because our windows turn inwards for quick ventilation and safe cleaning, it’s important to consider the placement of the faucet relative to the operable window(s).
Published at Sunday, January 27th 2019, 17:42:34 PM. Kitchen Sink By Juliet Delorme. Fixed and operable window combinations. One of the benefits of Innotech windows is their ability to be combined in any number of fixed and operable combinations. This flexibility gives you the opportunity to design a window that truly fits your kitchen’s layout, design and function. Here are a few examples: In each of these kitchens, the window above the sink is fixed and flanked by two tilt and turn windows.