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Black upper cabinets, barn-look cabinet doors, wood countertops, pendant lights.
Straight Kitchen, kitchen island, also a breakfast bar.
A modern kitchen, straight line design with a unique island. “There is a beautiful organic fusion between the original old home bones and the new stylish/modern surfaces. ” naturehumaine have completed the renovation of a small home in Montreal, Canada.
Adobe kitchen, old silver trays in the old rustic style kitchen. (images from Hotze Eisma / via style files)
Built-in microwaves, such as this space-saving KitchenAid model, typically go above the range and double as hood vents. But before deciding where to place the microwave, consider who uses it and for what purpose. Photo Credit: Keith Scott Morton
This cupboard, inspired by an original Shaker design, can store appliances behind its doors. Photo Credit: Keller + Keller
“The Viking range was our big splurge,” says the homeowner. “But instead of a brand-new dishwasher, we simply had a $78 stainless-steel panel put on the old white one.” Photo Credit: Keith Scott Morton
A refrigerator clad with matching wood blends in seamlessly. Twin pantries provide additional storage. Photo Credit: Keith Scott Morton
Once cramped and inefficient, this kitchen today beams with cottage appeal thanks to a thoughtful collaboration between homeowner and architect. Photo Credit: Keith Scott Morton
Install cabinetry around your refrigerator to get a built-in look minus the added expense. Photo Credit: Keith Scott Morton
The working refrigerator was a “horrible brown” when the kitchen’s owner nabbed it for $30 at a yard sale. Then how did it turn shell pink? “Take it to an automotive painter!” she says. Photo Credit: Steven Randazzo
Save space with a stack of KitchenAid cooking appliances clustered together on one wall. This group includes a convention microwave oven, a steam-assist oven, and a warming drawer. Photo Credit: Jon Wayne Kishimoto. View more perfect designs click here!
1 Design the kitchen so that the refrigerator, sink and stove can be placed in a work triangle measuring 4 feet to 9 feet on each side. This cuts down on steps between major appliances while keeping the work area clear.
2 Install the dishwasher next to the sink for easy rinsing and loading. Place under-the-counter wine coolers at the ends of counters or in islands. Place trash compactors conveniently for food preparation and after-meal cleanup under the counter, equidistant from the sink and eating area.
3 Place wall ovens in an area free of obstructions but near a counter where hot dishes can be put down as they come out of the oven.
4 Install an over-the-stove microwave/hood fan combination. Put frequently used small appliances in the areas they’re most commonly used. For instance, if your family frequently cooks breakfast and makes toast, put the toaster near the stove.
5 Put lesser-used small appliances in cupboards where they can be easily reached when needed so they don’t take up counter space. via
Kate’s kitchen remains 1930s original: crisp, clean and classic with its red stripe and white tiles. The retro fabric adds color and personality and matches her collection of Le Creuset cookware. In the dining room, Kate went with a bold navy color for the wall, and she brightens up the room with pink curtains and a playful rug. The rest of her apartment is equally fun — so many beautiful patterns and colors! — Lauren via
We are planning a proper kitchen remodel (out with the ’90s MDF cabinets, in with nice wooden ones), but while waiting for that, I wanted to cheer up the boring white and brown kitchen. My husband removed some of the upper cabinet doors, so we got open shelves. I painted the cabinets pink and turquoise with a little cloudy theme. The paint is Tikkurila Empire, pink is color 9721 and turquoise is K370. Illustrator Jutta Rikola of Kootut Murut ‘s kitchen. via
Photographer Jess Loras‘s kitchen. The kitchen was originally galley style and now functions as a workspace and informal dining spot. The faucet is Karbon by Kohler, the counter stools are Harry Bertoia by Knoll and the sofa is the Goetz by Herman Miller. via
‘Dear Ingo’ lamp from Ron Gilad..
We all believe that the kitchen is the soul and heart of a house, Designers have incorporated it onto the length of the house, creating a “storage wall”, spanning from the living room all the way to the dining room.
The expansive kitchen island is also a key element, anchored to the chimney, always accessible for preparation and for entertaining.
At each portion of the house, the proportions and accommodations change to fit the space, while maintaing a homogenous look, the unit ties the space together and gives an appearance of grandeur. The house is designed by Architect Dan Brunn. via
The edges of refrigenerator and cabinets door, wine cooler and the upper cabinets are beveled at 45 degrees, with all angles of the side panels, flat surfaces, and creating clean lines. The cabinets are finished with ten coats of white lacquer F4star environmentally certified.
The countertop and two sinks of this luxurious kichen are integrated under the windows of stainless steel. Moreover, the island is covered with the distinctive, 45-degree gray-edged stone Pietra Cardosa Italian. With Italian sense of aesthetics, the kitchen has been conceived both to perfectly suit a dream domus and to create a winning combination with the atmosphere of the four Clocks. via
Modern classic white kitchen, grey marble countertops, simple open shelves, no upper cabinets. The red water kettle and the small red coffee machine are lovely decorations for the white kitchen. Alexandra Angle.
Very beautiful and practical Swedish design, white cabinets, lovely knobs, dark flooring and colorful carpet.