Published at Sunday, December 10th 2017, 14:27:58 PM by Birthe Kleist. Kitchen Islands. Incorporating sinks or stovetops into the surface of the island is one way to spread the workflow throughout the kitchen. Installation can be tricky, so pay attention to details like ventilation and plumbing. This will require running downward (most common in islands) or overhead venting (which can be expensive), and allocating extra space to in-cabinet pipes.
Published at Wednesday, September 20th 2017, 14:57:01 PM. Kitchenware By Petrine Nielsen. While your kitchen could look fabulous as-is, what would it look like without that bothersome wall? If you’re unsure if this is possible – consult a structural engineer or architect to see what possibilities there are for your kitchen.
Published at Monday, September 18th 2017, 14:56:17 PM. Kitchenware By Birthe Kleist. These materials will last longer as well as boost the value of your home. In recent years, ceramic tile that mimics the look of hardwood has become popular, as well as travertine and slate.
Published at Saturday, September 16th 2017, 14:55:03 PM. Traditional Kitchen By Kirsten Pedersen. Stone tile flooring is also popular in these homes, especially the entryways. In order to mimic this design, we suggest copying the clean, simple lines of Japanese design. Keeping your entryway uncluttered may be the biggest challenge (especially for North American homeowners who tend to house some clutter in their entry’s such as mail, shoes etc..).
Published at Friday, September 15th 2017, 14:54:27 PM. Traditional Kitchen By Paninnguaq Lyberth. Adding traditional Japanese plants, such as bonsai and bamboo, into your home will give it a small Japanese cultural touch. Really though, you can add any sort of deep greenery and still achieve a similar style. Consider adding sleek plants such as palm or orchid to your home. It is not typical to see a lot of colorful floral arrangements in a Japanese home, so whatever plant you choose, keep it simple, natural and green.
Published at Thursday, September 14th 2017, 13:06:50 PM. Kitchen By Margrethe Kristensen. Whether it’s a chic, contemporary model or a traditional one as pictured below, small, compact corner sinks make an ideal solution for small kitchens. Most kitchens don’t utilize the corer for anything more than a countertop or alliance, so this fresh little number is making a triumphant entrance into kitchen design, with companies like Villeroy and Boch leading the way in off the shelf designer solutions. One to watch out for in 2014.
Published at Tuesday, September 12th 2017, 13:06:09 PM. Kitchen By Bolethe Lange. designed the Stealth Cabin, a private wooden retreat encompassed by lush green vegetation in Ontario, Canada. The wooden cottage represents an escape into the wilderness, a place where the owners can enjoy a fine moment of tranquility without missing the comfort of their city home. A fine blend of traditional and modern, the peaceful haven is both, rich and cozy.
Published at Monday, September 11th 2017, 13:05:32 PM. Kitchen By Birthe Kleist. Iron support beams mark the entry into the kitchen, which is decked out with top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances. A breakfast bar leads the eye into the dining area, which, though narrow, impressively accommodates seating for ten.