Old-world light fixtures and warm, multicolored wall tiles give this new kitchen a lived-in feeling. A thick wooden bar and wicker chairs invite you into this cozy space, and the soft, intimate lighting and fine detail entice you to stay.
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Traditional and warm is the way to go for Melissa and her family. Setting her kitchen design in warm tones and woods, she wanted a smaller island to complement and balance her kitchen. With a full brick wall dedicated to the built-in fireplace and the family kitchen table nesting inside the space, the island acts as an anchor. It also replicates the clean lines of the room. With barstools for one side and storage opportunities and a sink on the other, this island is a nice example of a how a smaller-in-size island can have a big impact. Photo courtesy of Melissa Gregg
The Arts and Crafts (also known as Craftsman) kitchen was originally designed around simple aspects of nature, incorporating natural lighting as well as wood floors and countertops. These days, a kitchen designed in an Arts and Crafts style might not use a wood-burning stove, but the minimalist design principles still apply.
A warm alternative to cool stone, character-rich wood countertops are staging a comeback. Traditional wood surfaces often are reserved for lower-traffic applications, such as islands that double as eating areas.
True butcher block, made from strips of wood bonded together, serves as a work surface. It is the only countertop material appropriate for slicing and chopping. Most wood countertops are made from maple, though oak, cherry, walnut and teak are also used. Eco-friendly bamboo is gaining popularity.
The kitchen has become more than just a food-preparation area, yet it remains one of the smallest rooms in the house. The National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) considers any kitchen 150 square feet or smaller to be a small kitchen, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make it look more spacious with some big ideas.
Jackson Kitchen Designs offers a wide variety of leading brands to accommodate the style and budget of our customers.
||We feature Wood-Mode Cabinets, the nation’s finest cabinetry. This is the brand rated “most recommended” in a national poll of the nation’s top 20,000 decorators, architects, and kitchen and bath professionals. As one of the nation’s top dealers, we have earned Wood-Mode’s Gold Star of Excellence and have featured their cabinetry for more than 40 years. Because of this performance, there are some kitchen cabinet designs so new that you can’t see them in any showroom anywhere else.|
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Shaker Kitchen Cabinets
After all, whether you’re choosing country kitchen cabinets or something completely contemporary, these are a big decision and are one that will last for many years to come. In fact, the odds are that what you currently have in your kitchen are the original cupboards that were there when you bought the house.
Though not entirely difficult to do, changing the cupboards and drawers is a significant home renovation project and can be rather expensive. It’s not something you’ll want to do frequently, but when you do decide that it’s time, you want to do it right.
Over the last couple of decades, there has been a significant improvement in the styles, colors, and varieties of cabinetry that are available. They used to be rather drab and merely functional, but are now a central part of the décor of the room.
Shaker Kitchen Cabinets – Expanding Variety
There are well over a dozen different types from which you can choose, including quite stark and streamlined and the much warmer cottage or country kitchen cabinets. Then again, for those of us who would like to benefit from the best of both worlds, there are also shaker kitchen cabinets.
Making the final choice can seem like quite the daunting task and is often something that is dreaded by people who are seeking to redecorate or renovate. However, it can in actuality be a rather pleasant experience if you keep an open mind, give yourself enough time to look around and become familiar with what is available, and just relax.
Of course, you could always pay an interior designer to do it for you, but there is something much more meaningful about making your own selections for each of the details that will be making up the complete atmosphere of your kitchen. Start simply, by shopping online, for example, and then you can work your way up to wandering through home renovation stores to see what they have to offer and to get a feel for the materials.
Shaker kitchen cabinets are increasing in their popularity because they allow homeowners to enjoy a modern styling in an overall traditional piece. If you like features from both types of décor but would rather not have to choose between them, then you might find that this compromise decorating style is extremely appealing. It truly combines the most attractive elements of both types of décor. They are simple, elegant designs that come in many colors and looks.
The simplicity of shaker kitchen cabinets allows you to keep a most classic look while using other elements of the room – such as the decorating accessories – to make any bolder statements that you’d like to add.
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Remodeling or redesigning your kitchen should be fun and enjoyable. You can therefore completely change the look of your kitchen simply by changing the doors of your kitchen cabinets. Kitchen cabinets and complete kitchen remodeling have become some of the most popular do-it-yourself projects for homeowners. Kitchen cabinets can be made from dozens of woods including Oak, Maple, Pine, Cherry, Hickory, Poplar, Alder and Birch. There are three main types of kitchen cabinets: in-stock kitchen cabinets, semi-stock kitchen cabinets, and custom kitchen cabinets. The kitchen photos come from Scavolini as standard designs in their kitchen offerings.
Elite Kitchen – kitchen furniture with moldings along the doors
Basic product description
Elite, a model that revives tradition and its prestige by means of its elegant forms and attention to detail: impressively framed doors; moldings that run along the doors, plinths and cornices; fluted columns that set the beat of the arrangement. Yet it chooses the silk-effect lacquered finish to add modernity and its novelties.
Modern Kitchen With Luxury Wooden and Marble Finishes – Yara Vip by Cesar
Big Italian producer of contemporary kitchens, Cesar, has presented its top model Yara in new luxury finishes. It is named Yara Vip and created for the most evolved and sophisticated public. From now on this kitchen is available in very expensive and exclusive wood types such as olive, palisander, ebony and eucalyptus. This wooden finish can be combined with dark glass or magnificent marble. In both versions it looks amazing. Although the first of them is more modern and distinguishes by super slim glass top. Mocha glass and brown aluminium perfectly fit to these wooden finishes. Marble model in opposite looks more traditional and natural. Besides luxury finish Yara Vip stands out by functional design and excellent quality. If you want an additional information about this wooden kitchen cabinets then you could find it on Cesar site by KBC. [via luxury olive kitchen cabinets]