Published at Monday, September 23rd 2019, 10:54:37 AM by Logan Morgan. Kitchen Island. Most islands require a slight counter overhang to ensure diners have plenty of legroom when seated. 12 inches is the ideal rough size for an overhang, but the clearance around the island is your first priority. This means your first task should be to measure the space around your planned island, to ensure you have enough space between your island and counters to maintain open walkways. You should always leave at least 4 feet between your counters and island, even if this means having a smaller island overhang.
Published at Thursday, September 26th 2019, 00:37:06 AM by Daniel Baker. Kitchen Island. If you’re going to install a cooktop on your island, don’t forget you’ll need a range hood above it. Otherwise your home will smell like those fried onions forever. If you don’t want a range hood hanging down into the middle of the space, put the sink on your island instead.
Published at Saturday, September 14th 2019, 15:18:39 PM. Kitchen Cabinet By Freddie Woodward. If a hidden kitchen appeals to you, then this unique look may be yours. You would have to consult a metal fabricator and cabinet door maker to have these custom cabinets made to your specifications. One thing to remember: hot-rolled galvanized steel will result in a different look each time — no two will ever be the same.
Published at Friday, September 13th 2019, 05:29:57 AM. Kitchen Cabinet By Emily Hart. If you, too, have fallen in love with the two-toned look, you’re in luck. In this post, we’ll explore some of the most common ways people are getting in on this trend. Read them over and decide which one works best for you. At the end of the day, whichever one you choose is guaranteed to bring plenty of visual interest to your home.
Published at Friday, September 13th 2019, 05:19:05 AM. Kitchen Cabinet By Daniel Smart. For a stylish industrial-chic look on a budget, shop for particle board or medium-density fiberboard (MDF) cabinets covered with Thermofoil or melamine. Thermofoil gives the look of paint, including high-gloss lacquer effects like the cabinets shown here, without the drips or brush marks. Its made by fusing thin vinyl onto the substrate with heat. Melamine is a plastic made from resin, pressed wood, and paper and is designed to be relatively maintenance free. To present a sleek wall of color, the cabinet drawers and doors in this kitchen were installed without hardware. The units rest on baseboards made from aluminum bought from a metal supply shop.
Published at Friday, September 13th 2019, 05:14:02 AM. Kitchen Cabinet By Daniel Baker. Beveled cabinetry frames inspired by a 1950s breakfront respect the blended-era style of this home, a melding of Craftsman and contemporary design. The white oak cabinets finished with a warm ebony stain bring cozy texture in a timeless statement. Sleek chrome hardware and sandblasted glass doors add an updated contemporary effect.
Published at Friday, September 13th 2019, 05:09:07 AM. Kitchen Lighting By Brandon Lambert. If your kitchen has an unfinished, insulated attic above it, the good news is that you can use the less expensive and easier-to-install recessed lights that are made to be used in new construction. The bad news is that there are additional challenges to installing these fixtures.
Published at Friday, September 13th 2019, 05:03:10 AM. Kitchen Appliances By Alicia Vaughan. Now, you can enjoy this health practice with new built-in vacuum sealers, which can be built into your cabinetry or appliance space. Some new brands allow you to seal to almost absolute zero, significantly slowing down the aging and degrading process. This helps you keep food fresh for longer while you enjoy keeping up with your healthy food trends.
Published at Thursday, September 12th 2019, 06:49:07 AM. Kitchen Cabinet By Riley Chapman. Whites, beiges and light earth tones work great in most kitchens and with almost any wall color or wallpaper, making them the top choice for those looking to repaint their kitchen cabinets. To achieve this look, paint your upper cabinets a different color than your lower cabinets. While there are millions of color combinations, some of the more popular include black on bottom and white on top, or bold colors on bottom and neutral on top. You could also contrast colors between wall cabinets and island cabinets.