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Rustic tuscan style kitchen, hanging pot rack for old copper pots. via:
Hanging pot racks for the vintage country ktiche. via: theenchantedhome.blogspot.com
Mexican Kitchen Decor. Colorful ktichen! Pots racks under the handmade range hood. via: woodlandmasks.blogspot.com
Perfectly organized pots and pans, use a ladder as a pan organizer. “The kitchen of Camilla Ebdrup and her photographer husband, Andrea Stenmann, features a ladder casually leaning against a wall. More details on Design Sponge”
Mobile kitchen island, white cabinets. Also love the wallpaper.
An island unit is a useful device for creating a closer link between key zones such as hob, sink and oven, producing a more efficient working triangle. Opt for a slimline island unit to create a tighter working space and to help keep ‘traffic’ through the kitchen away from the main cooking zone. Of course, build a hanging pot rack over your beautiful island will make sure your pans are instantly accessible.
Modern classic kitchen design with a hanging pot rack. via: housetohome.co.uk
Traditional country kitchen with a hanging pot rack.
Beautiful country style kitchen. Photo: J. Savage Gibson via: elledecor.com
A bright white kitchen, cottage and vintage-inspired details bring charm to the tight space.
Retro window in the kitchen. An oversize apron-front sink was a generous addition to this petite kitchen.
Kitchen island. Small pockets of color, in the form of vintage accessories, give rhythm to the space and keep your eye dancing around the room.
An L-shape work space is efficient for cooking and meal prep but leaves the kitchen with limited counter space. A spacious island solves that problem. via: bhg.com
via redonline.co found on style-files.com.
Swedish kitchen, beautiful plants on the kitchen bar. “That simplicity hides some seriously luxe finishes, too. Those aren’t just marble countertops, but marble backsplashes. The lighting and well-considered seating (both at the bar and the dining table) both speak of elegance, as well.” via: kitchenisms.com