Published at Saturday, September 14th 2019, 15:35:09 PM by Riley Chapman. Kitchen Cabinet. This stained style almost seems to be a mixture of back-to-nature combined with extreme modernism. Solid wood slab doors can be tinted to match any color scheme of your choosing — just be careful to discuss your style with the cabinet maker. Some wood grains can be knotty and if wood knots are unappealing to you, then discuss this beforehand. Stain will only make these knots stand out more.
Published at Thursday, September 12th 2019, 06:49:07 AM by Riley Chapman. Kitchen Cabinet. Kitchen design trends are nothing new, but we’re particularly excited about what’s happening right now. The two-toned kitchen cabinet design trend is here and it looks like it will be around for quite a while. Use the ideas in this post as your design inspiration to create a look that matches your personal tastes. With just a few small tweaks, you can create an on-trend look you’ll love for years to come.
Published at Friday, September 13th 2019, 05:14:02 AM by Daniel Baker. Kitchen Cabinet. Arts and Crafts style is a study in earth tones, geometry, and fine craftsmanship. The cabinetry recessed panels framed with flat faces resemble classic Shaker style. But where simple Shaker style leaves off and Arts and Crafts begins is in the added details. Warm cherry wood is indicative of the finely handcrafted cabinets, as are glass-fronted upper cabinets detailed with wood muntins, arched details beneath the cabinets, and hammered-copper pulls.
Published at Thursday, September 12th 2019, 06:34:57 AM. Kitchen Cabinet By Isaac Curtis. Here is a look your neighbors will not have (but they will surely envy when they see it). In the image below, the kitchen cabinets are galvanized, hot-rolled steel with a clear coat finish — the steel is layered over an MDF base. The finished look is nothing short of spectacular! This clean, minimalist style gives the illusion that this is not even a kitchen — the cupboards become a piece of stylish furniture or art, instead.
Published at Thursday, September 12th 2019, 06:28:35 AM. Kitchen Cabinet By Freddie Woodward. Antique-furniture-style cabinets and a farm table island stamp this kitchen with country charm. The brand-new, custom-built cabinets are heavily distressed to look as if layers of paint had been applied to them over many years. And intentionally unmatched colors of mossy-greens and woodsy-browns give the appearance that this kitchen might have been added to or changed over the years. Beveled moldings and ledge accents give standard upper cabinets a vintage-cupboard look, reinforcing the farmhouse feel.
Published at Tuesday, September 10th 2019, 09:08:24 AM. Kitchen Lighting By Emily Hart. And, like surface lights, pendant lights will need a periodic cleaning to remove the visible dust that they collect. Recessed, surface and pendant lights are all available in models that accept a wide range of light bulbs. If you have a particular type of lamp (light bulb) in mind for your general kitchen lighting, such as an MR-16 Halogen bulb, then you will need to shop for fixtures that will take that lamp.
Published at Tuesday, September 10th 2019, 08:49:42 AM. Kitchen Appliances By Daniel Smart. Especially in a smaller kitchen, it makes a lot of sense to go up into the vertical. Some appliances can be stacked, like putting your espresso machine on top of the fridge. Just don’t place anything on an appliance that has vents at the top – those are there for a reason.
Published at Tuesday, September 10th 2019, 08:44:24 AM. Kitchen Lighting By Daniel Baker. If you kitchen has an island or breakfast bar, consider hanging pendant lights above it. Pendant lighting not only adds style to the space, it can also help anchor a kitchen island so it feels more deliberate in an open-concept home. Small, disc-like puck lights are easy to install almost anywhere you need added illumination, from under cabinets to inside deep drawers or in dark corners of the pantry.
Published at Tuesday, September 10th 2019, 08:40:03 AM. Kitchen Appliances By Brandon Lambert. A simple rule everyone might follow is to buy what you need, and no more. If you’ve never had three pots going at the same time before, a compact 2-burner induction cooker will work much better in a small kitchen. If you rarely bake, an industrial-strength mixer is only going to take up space in your cupboard.
Published at Tuesday, September 10th 2019, 08:33:28 AM. Kitchen Appliances By Alicia Vaughan. Another way to use the often-neglected third dimension is to install shelving and cubbyholes about 50cm above all work surfaces. This can make a kitchen feel more cramped, though, so it’s best to visualize the effect first. If there’s a square foot of wall that’s neither useful nor beautiful, ask yourself why.