Published at Thursday, December 27th 2018, 02:14:13 AM by Adolpha Engel. Cabinets.
On the additional, it also helps the room appear bigger because the lighter shade on your upper―cabinets will help draw the eye upward. In this instance, you take an option on how to current the trend. You can couple a bold color with white, as shown overhead. Otherwise, you might try for an ombre appearance. Either way, the key to dragging this appearance off is to recurrence the lighter color in additional requests throughout the space.
Published at Wednesday, January 16th 2019, 09:59:13 AM. Cabinets By Andula Adamek. Turquoise green, if you`re not a fan of the traditional black and white, let your personality show through with a bold color. Pair your turquoise cabinets with an intricate backsplash for funky vibe that will grab everyone`s attention as they spend time in your kitchen. Simply white, to create a glamorous kitchen, pair white cabinets and countertops with dark hard wood floors and a stained wood island. Take it up a notch with gold embellishments for the cabinet hardware and gold light fixtures. A dream space for hosting upscale cocktail parties.
Published at Wednesday, January 16th 2019, 09:57:41 AM. Cabinets By Dennise Bureau. Your kitchen is a place where your family, friends and neighbors can come together to enjoy a delicious home cooked meal and enjoy each other`s company. That`s why it`s important to create a lively and warm space that doubles as a spot to entertain or grab a late night snack. To create a kitchen that you and your company can enjoy, introduce colors that help accomplish the look and feel you`re trying to embody. For a modern look, pair stainless steel appliances with sleek white cabinets.
Published at Tuesday, January 15th 2019, 09:08:18 AM. Kitchen Island By Darchelle Etienne. 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 Tuesday, January 15th 2019, 09:03:11 AM. Kitchen Island By Nunzia Alfonsi. Another idea is going for a more laconic look: blackened metal and wooden tops including the countertop. Include a breakfast space or a dining one into the island to add more functionality to the item. Going for a fully wooden kitchen island is also an option but I strongly recommend to use crates and stuff like that or artificially add age and inscriptions to the island to make it industrial.
Published at Monday, January 14th 2019, 18:38:50 PM. Kitchen Island By Pascala Faivre. Pots and pans hang out in Austin. An open island can still offer handy storage. Texas homeowners Nick Moore and Stephanie Wright eschewed traditional cabinets in favor of an open kitchen with an industrial vibe. Basically, if they don’t want to see an object, they don’t want it in their kitchen. Their open island is extra long, sporting a butcher block top and hooks for pots and pans. The cookware storage is a clever alternative to hanging a pot rack from the ceiling or the walls and keeps everything very handy.
Published at Monday, January 14th 2019, 18:37:38 PM. Kitchen Island By Pascala Faivre. Store Counters, keep a lookout for these at antique and salvage stores. (Don’t worry; they’re hard to miss.) Because of their sheer size, they’re somewhat difficult to sell and may not cost as much as you might think. Look for one with interesting detailing on the “outside.” A carpenter can help fabricate useful storage on the working side if needed.
Published at Sunday, January 13th 2019, 08:17:58 AM. Kitchen Island By Nunzia Alfonsi. 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.