Design May 11, 2017. Dining peninsulas can be cool and practical as well. With these you really don’t have to buy a dining table, although you might need to splurge on a ceiling pendant still. Dining areas like that look more casual, but it doesn’t mean they can’t be stylish and elegant.
Design May 11, 2017. You can find all kinds of unique on the market – from the retro-futuristic Sant Louis to the freestanding Tivali. If you want to feel like a designer, Lago may be a good choice. And, no, that’s not a typo.
Design May 11, 2017. Some kitchen peninsula designs are more storage-friendly than others. Most of them come with cabinets, but you can choose drawers, cubbies, or shelves instead. It is especially useful in open layouts, where it would benefit from display storage. For instance, a dining peninsula can look all the more impressive with glass tableware cabinets.
Kitchen Bar May 15, 2017. Determine the desired height – First of all, you need to determine the height of the bar chair or stool you wish to introduce to the space. Generally, the height varies between 24 inches and 30 inches. According to the experts, the ideal height of a stool or chair should be 10 inches lower than the height of the counter or the table. Consider comfort and style – Try and select chairs and stools with a design that matches your comfort and style. The options you may choose from includes chairs with high back, low back, without or with arms, 360 rotating capacity or those with partial swivel. In addition, also ensure that the stool you choose also matches well with the furniture, upholstery and look of the room.
Kitchen Bar April 20, 2017. But what if several persons are using the kitchen and their heights differ quite a bit? There’s a practical solution for that situation too. Multi-height counters are a great solution for families or shared kitchens. They basically feature various surfaces with different heights so everyone can feel comfortable when using the kitchen. Another advantage for this type of design is that it’s especially great for multi-functional kitchen islands that also work as bars or dining tables.
Design May 11, 2017. The beauty of adding wooden surfaces to the modern kitchen goes beyond mere textural contrast. It allows you to blend two different styles and add a hint of rustic, farmhouse, traditional or even industrial panache to the stylish, contemporary kitchen. While wood does a great job of lending that natural, rustic appeal, marble acts as a balancing element by elevating the ‘sophistication’ of the kitchen with its polished finish.
Kitchen Island & Carts May 11, 2017. The kitchen countertop is the perfect place to add the ultimate design touch to your kitchen. Regardless of which kitchen countertop ideas you’re attracted to, select materials that are durable and built to withstand the wear and tear associated with cooking and prep.
Kitchen Island & Carts May 09, 2017. The kitchen island has become the core of this part of the house. It usually has a central location and it gained popularity thanks to its functionality and versatility. Kitchen islands with built-in stoves or cooktops are often more appreciated, especially in modern homes where simplicity is the key. In such cases, a range hood is a must have.
Design May 11, 2017. The way you decorate and organize an L-shaped kitchen doesn’t actually give much room for creativity but, nevertheless, there are plenty of options and ways in which you can make your kitchen feel original and beautiful. We’ve selected 20 examples to illustrate that.
Kitchen Backsplash May 11, 2017. A more dramatic look for a kitchen backsplash might be the next idea we present here. The amount of surface texture created with this project is amazing. The eye-catching wall of stacked pebbles fits wonderfully in the natural lakeside style of the owner’s kitchen. If you want to create a backsplash like this and ensure your efforts result in the same finished look, you need to use only small pebbles which are roughly all an identical size. To keep the very natural appearance of the wall and avoid a heavy set in look, do not use visible grout around each stone, just enough on the hidden end to create floating stacks of pebbles. Keep it real, keep it natural.