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Aug-12-14

Modern Kitchen Design Ideas

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Modern Kitchen Design Ideas

Overhead kitchen light fixtures are a good choice to illuminate the room a lot to allow for proper brightness. However, the design of the floor is very important when trying to create a modern kitchen. The textures and colors chosen will make a statement about the kitchen and tie everything together. Simple hardwood floors or one color tiles are chosen to keep with the simple and sleek feel of modern design. When choosing modern kitchen paint colors, lighting fixtures is another pieces that should be taken into consideration. Simple hanging pendant lighting is also an option that will add to the modern design while also adding brightness to the room. The design of the furniture should also have simplistic lines and match the lines and décor of the rest of the room.

Common to have little curves in the furniture. The most popular modern style furniture has clean straight lines that match the feel of the kitchen cabinet design, refrigerator and countertops. These simplistic lines will add to the functionality of the space while allowing for an area to sit and enjoy a meal. When designing a modern style kitchen there are many aspects to take into consideration to get the correct image and feel. Sticking to monochromatic color tones such as stainless steel metals or dark black tones will create a sleek design. In addition to the simple color tones, having strong clean lines in the kitchen backsplash tiles, furniture, countertops, and refrigerator will create a modern design.

Mar-22-14

Galley Kitchens to Love

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Galley Kitchens to Love

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The walnut stain on this armoire-style cabinet contrasts with the adjacent taupe-painted cabinets, lending warmth to the kitchen. Grouping the refrigerator with other appliances allows for generous stretches of countertops on both sides; beyond the appliances, the butler’s pantry is visible through the doorway.

Jul-9-13

large brightly lit kitchen

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This large brightly lit kitchen was a joy to design by the interior designers. With lots of room to work in, your kitchen can be a place to cook as well as entertain in. Your guests will be happy with the island countertop and cupboard space in this kitchen.

Jul-8-13

Smaller kitchens design

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Smaller kitchens design

Smaller kitchens can be a challenge; the interior design of this kitchen provides lots of counter space and at the same time keeping things organized with the sink, cooks top and oven in close proximity.

 

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Color can make all the difference for this elegant kitchen interior design. The black marble countertops and the steel hood reveal the owner’s refinement and good taste. The blending dining room is perfect for family meetings or friends gatherings.

Jul-6-13

kitchen design

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A kitchen design revealing a great taste. The elegant black kitchen suite offers a large cooking zone especially created for your family and friends. You can enjoy your time with friends and family sitting down at the table.

Jul-3-13

Traditional Kitchens design

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Traditional Kitchens ideas

Traditional kitchens have a formal, elegant look characteristic of American and European homes of the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries. 

A view from the dining room reveals the layout of this home’s open plan kitchen. It’s hard to not ogle the beautiful ceiling with ascending wooden beams, but other elements of the kitchen are just as stunning. The island is made from pine in a distressed honey finish and has a granite countertop, while a black La Cornue range serves as the kitchen’s cooking center.

Jul-3-13

Transitional Kitchens

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Transitional Kitchens

A tiered island with a two-seat dining top is the centerpiece in this lengthy kitchen. The pear-green-colored soffit gives the room an extra shot of color.

Transitional kitchens include elements of both traditional and contemporary design. Eclectic in nature, they mix natural and man-made materials as well as finishes and textures.

Jul-1-13

rustic kitchen plans

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Curved and angled counters at varying heights provide room for cooking, eating and displaying artwork. The island includes a small sink and standard height granite counter for food prep, a circular solid surface section for dining, and a lowered counter for baking, with shelves for dry goods and bakeware below.

Feb-19-13

The Biggest Kitchen Design Mistakes

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Do: Make a small kitchen work for you.
Don’t: Think bigger is always better.
“A well-designed kitchen with high-quality materials and thoughtful details can make even the smallest space suit you perfectly,” designer Tish Key says. In this compact California kitchen, an island on castors can be easily be moved around to where it’s needed most.

Do: Leave some space to breathe.
Don’t: Go overboard with storage and fill the walls with cabinets.
“There’s rarely a need to completely fill a room with cabinets. A good layout is a balancing act between storage, function, and aesthetics,” designer Robert Bakes says. In this New York kitchen he designed with Cecil Baker, open space above the sink means there’s room to breath. Viking range and Sub-Zero refrigerator. Cabinet pulls from Doug Mockett & Co.

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Do: Invest in strong and good-looking cabinets.
Don’t: Skimp on poor-quality.
“Think about it — you’re opening and closing those doors and drawers all the time. Get something strong and good-looking. Hardwoods, a good finish, and strong hinges are essential,” kitchen designer Beverly Ellsley says. In this French-inspired Connecticut kitchen, all of the cabinetry is of her own design. The intricate woodcarvings are from Ellsley’s Villa Collection for Enkeboll Designs.

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Do: Have countertop around wall ovens.
Don’t: Put a wall oven off by itself.
“Where are you going to put the turkey when you take it out of the oven?” points out kitchen designer Terry Scarborough. For a Connecticut kitchen, she made sure there was plenty of counter space next to — and across from — the ovens.