Generously-sized windows allow natural lighting inside, which contributes to an overall warm ambiance. The color palette in white and gray is tastefully disrupted here and there by powerful hues; take the green armchair for example, which adds an interesting traditional vibe, perfectly complemented by the entrance cabinet in matters of
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.
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.
Production was running smoothly with the prospect of completing the kitchen makeover five days earlier until the homeowners decided they wanted to remove the fireplace wall between the kitchen and the family room.
Kitchen cabinets will always be useful in all kitchens, but now we’re seeing a trend towards open shelving. Why hide away those eye catching kitchen accessories and crockery behind closed doors: These have design and appeal too.
Bright colors and a curvacious visual appeal was spotted by WSGN Homebuildlife at Milan Furniture Fair 2014. Inspired by the homey feeling of a 50s, Smeg’s distinctive design and quality brings curvacious shapes to your kitchen.
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.
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
Love them or loathe them, but the headline in the latest issue of Essential Kitchen and Bathroom Business Magazine states, ‘Ikea looks to revolutionise the kitchen industry’. The the release of their first new kitchen range (Metod) in over 25 years, the Swedish based company is looking to stamp
Similar to a previous point using warmer metal fixings, I’m going to be more specific here in saying we’ll not only see warmer fixings become more popular, but copper in particular. Copper accessories, utensils and bold outlandish copper kitchen hoods will be in.
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