Published at Wednesday, December 13th 2017, 17:40:45 PM by Paninnguaq Lyberth. Kitchen. Unlike the photo below which only highlights a minimalistic use of brass on handles fixings and trim, bold brass and copper kitchen hoods and appliances (where possible) will be big in 2014. They’re littered throughout the trade fairs and expect to see them in shows such as KBB (Kitchens, Bedrooms and Bathrooms) which will run from March 2nd-5th, in Birmingham, UK.
Published at Friday, December 08th 2017, 23:03:14 PM. Modern Kitchen By Bolethe Lange. What do you do with tin ceilings like this? You embrace industrial-ness and go all black. What makes this dark space work is the several natural light sources.
Published at Friday, December 08th 2017, 23:03:11 PM. Traditional Kitchen By Birthe Kleist. Transitional design marries curved furnishings with straight-lined, lacquered finishes, resulting in a room that is equally and feminine in nature. It is not a scattered, eclectic mess; rather, it is only lightly adorned with accessories, a clean room with added texture and a .
Published at Friday, December 08th 2017, 23:03:08 PM. Traditional Kitchen By Petrine Nielsen. Swap out accent rugs, throw pillows, window treatments, bed linen to create a seasonal home that is versatile and welcoming all year around. In summer time an all-white interior is cool and refreshing and may not need seasonal colors at all.
Published at Friday, December 08th 2017, 23:02:17 PM. Kitchen By Margrethe Kristensen. “The communal nature of this plan is reinforced downstairs, with a lavish wet bar and roomy living space perfect for entertaining guests,” they added. “With its vaulted ceilings and grand vistas, the master suite serves as a cozy retreat from today’s busy lifestyle.”
Published at Friday, December 08th 2017, 23:02:12 PM. Kitchen By Kirsten Pedersen. Chunky wooden countertops, brush steel appliances, ample ventilation, accessories which would make Jamie Oliver tear up with joy; this is what to look for in 2014. Go big, or go home; create a chefs paradise in 2014. Tip: Try to cultivate the culinary ability to match the kitchen to avoid embarrassment.
Published at Friday, December 08th 2017, 23:02:08 PM. Kitchen By Bolethe Lange. Designer Samuel Codegoni envisioned Paero, an unconventional hood for elegant kitchens. Minimalism and Japanese elegance inspire furoshiki, the refined technique of wrapping objects in silk cloths and fabrics to conceal, protect and at the same time enhance the contents of the package.
Published at Friday, December 08th 2017, 23:01:35 PM. Kitchen By Birthe Kleist. Likened to a snowball gathering momentum, natural tones and materials is big across all interior design hemispheres, including kitchens. Brick veneer (or even brick if possible), adds a rustic one with nature feel, and if done right, will look terrific for time to come.