Published at Friday, December 15th 2017, 13:41:27 PM by Serhilda Krause. Kitchen Islands. Take advantage of being able to use the space above the island by adding suspended storage, where you can display a matching pan collection or your best stemware. You can also experiment with lighting elements, or if you’ve decided to install a stovetop with overhead venting you can use the space for the range hood.
Published at Sunday, December 17th 2017, 15:35:51 PM by Leopoldina Schwarz. Kitchen Islands. 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.
Published at Sunday, December 17th 2017, 01:04:52 AM by Leopoldina Schwarz. Kitchen. 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 kitchen provides additional utility space, which keeps the front kitchen uncluttered and primed as a gathering space.
Published at Wednesday, August 16th 2017, 01:58:39 AM. Kitchen By Solvig Fuchs. Off the shelf copper hoods work, but if you can find a bespoke custom made one, that’s where the real magic lies. Copper is in, all around the home and the kitchen is its dominion, so look for bold copper statements in 2014 when designing your kitchen.
Published at Tuesday, August 15th 2017, 07:51:04 AM. Appliances By Solvig Fuchs. 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, August 14th 2017, 07:49:59 AM. Appliances By Solvig Fuchs. Tankless water heaters only heat water when it is needed, instead of keeping a reserve of water at a constant temperature. They will save you money and space in your garage, closet or basement. Since there is not a tank, the tankless unit is a box on a wall that saves valuable floor space.
Published at Saturday, August 12th 2017, 07:46:44 AM. Kitchen By Serhilda Krause. As you step inside, you’re greeted by a continuous flow of social areas. “The kitchen features a symmetrical plan with a large kitchen island and is connected to the dining room through a wide opening flanked by custom cabinetry,” the architects said. A double-sided fireplace divides the living and sitting rooms.
Published at Friday, August 11th 2017, 07:46:37 AM. Kitchen By Serhilda Krause. The home has an imposing front facade defined by deep overhangs. Stone, wood siding and large steel-frame windows combine for an appealing exterior. A large back patio with a fire pit offers opportunities for spending time outdoors.
Published at Thursday, August 10th 2017, 07:43:00 AM. Kitchen By Malene Peters. The interior and exterior were designed for comfort and entertaining. The top level encompasses the main living space with an elegant dining area, showcase-worthy front and back kitchen, butler’s pantry, four seasons room and 125 windows to ensure full enjoyment of the spectacular view. The finished lower level includes a guest bedroom suite, home office and theater room with surround sound and wall-to-wall projection screen.
Published at Tuesday, August 08th 2017, 07:42:49 AM. Kitchen By Malene Peters. There’s no question that this loft is the epitome of extravagance, but whether it’s worth it is up to you. Would you be willing to pay for that amount of space and high-end, modern conveniences? Or, is all of this unnecessarily opulent?