Published at Thursday, December 07th 2017, 00:24:18 AM by Kirsten Pedersen. Modern Kitchen. 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 15th 2017, 14:03:13 PM. Kitchen Islands By Kirsten Pedersen. Add another dynamic by creating variation in the height of your island. Using the island for multiple purposes, like eating and food prep, will both maximize the utility and make it feel like two totally different spaces. For example, add an appliance to one level (like a sink or stovetop) and create a breakfast bar on a higher tier.
Published at Friday, December 15th 2017, 14:03:12 PM. Kitchen Backsplash By Bolethe Lange. Inexpensive range hoods simply circulate dirty, stale air, while a good ventilation system will improve the quality of your indoor air and also help keep your kitchen cleaner. It also helps to extend the life of your appliances.
Published at Friday, December 15th 2017, 14:03:12 PM. Kitchen Backsplash By Birthe Kleist. Because built-ins are expensive and the overall size of the area may be limited, one big design mistake is not including enough storage. Almost every kitchen has wasted space, but this can be minimized with adequate planning and forethought.
Published at Friday, December 15th 2017, 00:57:42 AM. Kitchen Cabinets By Petrine Nielsen. The best kitchen design fades in the presence of noxious odors. If you’ve ever walked into someone’s home and smelled last night’s fish lingering in the air, you’ll understand the importance of good ventilation.
Published at Friday, December 15th 2017, 00:57:41 AM. Kitchen By Margrethe Kristensen. Some will argue that the concept pays tribute to minimalism, in a time when most home owners also want to add that touch of warmth. And how can you do that with a bare wall? But just think about how this type of kitchen can enhance the sculptural significance of all the other objects in the living room and how it will direct focus on that beautiful view! We also think a “hidden” kitchen can do wonders in a small space. What do you believe are the strengths of this design?
Published at Friday, December 15th 2017, 00:57:41 AM. Kitchen Islands By Kirsten Pedersen. 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. That placement might not work best for all kitchens, however.
Published at Friday, December 15th 2017, 00:57:40 AM. Kitchen Islands By Bolethe Lange. If adding an island is not possible, take inspiration from the drop leaf island and add a drop leaf at the end of a kitchen cabinet or kitchen wall. The extra counter space could serve as an eating nook or extra prep area that can be stored when not in use.