Published at Sunday, September 30th 2018, 06:45:38 AM by Roux Renaudin. Cabinets.
The white island opens‐up the floor strategy also founds a very fresh or airy feel as well as a joining with the rest of the rooms. Using any additional color in this kitchen would have complete the previously small room seem even smaller. The white, but opens–up space along with creating the kitchen appearance very hygienic or fresh.
Published at Saturday, January 26th 2019, 03:12:44 AM. Kitchen Island By Aintzane Vila. 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 Saturday, January 26th 2019, 03:10:40 AM. Cabinets By Afrodille Lafond. Scandinavian gray, minimalists will swoon over this classic yet clean Scandinavian inspired interior design. Gray cabinets against gray walls and a white backsplash adds interest but doesn`t overpower your home. Apply light coats of paint to prevent any drip marks. Cedar green, cedar green is reminiscent of grassy fields and will make your kitchen feel fresh and open. If you decide to use two different styles of cabinets, use a similar finish on both so that one doesn`t outshine the other. These painted and natural wood cabinets seamlessly share the spotlight.
Published at Saturday, January 26th 2019, 03:08:25 AM. Cabinets By Adolpha Engel. 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 Saturday, January 19th 2019, 03:51:24 AM. Kitchen Island By Pascala Faivre. Concrete Kitchen Islands. Concrete is a very industrial material, and a sculptural concrete kitchen island will make a stylish statement and bring a more modern vibe to the space. it can be rocked not only in an industrial space but also a modern, minimalist, rustic and many others – create a bold contrast choosing just one kitchen island that contrasts all the rest. Your kitchen island can be fully of concrete with sculptural shapes and lines or a wooden one with a concrete countertop that is very durable. Such kitchen islands usually don’t provide storage but you may have a breakfast space or even use the island as a dining table.
Published at Saturday, January 19th 2019, 03:44:28 AM. Kitchen Island By Roux Renaudin. Console tables, a console table can make a wonderful worktable/island, especially in a smaller kitchen. Sometimes they come with shallow drawers in the front. Bottom shelves are common and provide a place for large stock pots or baskets. Console tables can be found in just about any style and material. The style shown here can be readily found in a reproduction model, often with your choice of painted finish. A half-round, or demilune, console, as shown here, creates an interesting end to a built-in island and provides additional storage as well.
Published at Friday, January 18th 2019, 08:03:11 AM. Kitchen Island By Aintzane Vila. There are many different ways you can approach this decision, and since an island takes up a significant amount of floor space it’s worth it to take time to make every element of its design intentional. A good general rule for enclosed kitchens is to place it in the center of the room. That way it’s equally accessible from all sides and won’t be an obstacle for people walking through.
Published at Friday, January 18th 2019, 07:55:40 AM. Kitchen Island By Eloise Munier. 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.