Moreover, the wall beneath which these units are concealed can be custom-designed to integrate well within a variety of contemporary interior schemes. Have a look at the presentation video to better understand the complexity of the project:
Now people are wanting to show off not only their fancy kitchen, but also everything else (of good quality), which is in the kitchen. While still in an infancy, this trend is growing quickly and we’re seeing designers and manufacturers implement open shelving in their 2014 designs.
The Stealth Kitchen from Resource Furniture is an intriguing concept consisting of modular functional units “hidden” behind a pretty looking wall. The idea of hidden kitchen components has been around for a while, yet this system is innovative: “The patented Stealth technology is UL listed.
We’re leaning towards rustic metal fixings, copper and brass, however don’t feel constrained to the traditional. Directional sconce lighting will also be a winner in 2014. It’s not complicated; match the style of lighting fixture to the style of kitchen.
Outside kitchens, like the one below and the pool house kitchen in the cover picture are on the up. While they’ve been growing and have been popular in the United States, other countries have yet to pick up on the trend.
A modern fireplace completes the social zone, where the inhabitants can enjoy quality relaxation time after having a harmonious family meal. A family of six relocated from California to Virginia and purchased a large home, but knew the kitchen area needed a total transformation.
Weather is a limiting factor to some degree, but it won’t stop this trend from growing in those harsher climates, such and the United Kingdom and other areas in Europe with questionable weather.
The kettle, slice toaster, blender and stand mixer are available in a wonderful range of colors and made for “a kitchen full of creativity”. “Curved and compact products, star characters of the kitchen, developed for people who want to dabble at being a chef, but not only.” Don’t you
New York City is famous for being a metropolis for architecture and culture. However, amid all those skyscrapers, there is not a lot of room for residents to spread out. Those willing to pay for room to roam need look no further than this luxurious residential loft in Soho. At
Oak cabinets with vertically matched grain make up the kitchen, dining hutch and entertainment area built-ins. Paired with hardwood floors and a neutral color scheme, the mixed materials work together to reflect the home’s naturally beautiful location. The front kitchen features open shelving to display china and glassware. A back
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