Published at Thursday, September 26th 2019, 00:37:06 AM by Daniel Baker. Kitchen Island. In terms of depth, usually islands are 4 feet deep to accommodate 2 sets of 24” deep cabinets back to back. If you’re doing a breakfast bar on the outside rather than storage, they are only one set of cabinets deep, but the bar will have 12-18 inches of overhang. Please keep in mind you’ll need to add extra space for any trim.
Published at Monday, September 23rd 2019, 11:06:58 AM by Riley Chapman. Kitchen Island. A well-lit work area is a safety essential, so think about lighting when planning your island. A kitchen benefits most from mixing lighting types, such as recessed, ceiling-mount, and natural light. Pendants are the common fixtures above islands because they provide concentrated task light on the work surface.
Published at Saturday, September 14th 2019, 15:26:30 PM. Kitchen Lighting By Lewis Fowler. If you do not want kitchen lighting that makes a statement or distracts from your kitchen design, a practical solution is recessed lighting. With the ability to light the entire kitchen or selected areas, recessed lighting is simple, clean and subtle.
Published at Saturday, September 14th 2019, 15:22:49 PM. Kitchen Cabinet By Isaac Curtis. All-white kitchens have been extremely popular, but to keep them from feeling like sterile boxes, beautiful millwork is key. Sticking with straightforward yet traditional elements such as raised-panel cabinet doors, recessed-panel drawers, and architecturally correct use of moldings ensures timeless good looks. Here the paneling and molding create highlights and shadows that add texture to the room.
Published at Saturday, September 14th 2019, 15:18:39 PM. Kitchen Cabinet By Freddie Woodward. Kitchens have always been at the forefront of interior design trends and for good reason. For most of us, the kitchen is one of the most used rooms in our homes, so there’s no reason not to invest in aesthetics. These days, two-toned kitchen cabinets are the look everyone seems to be clamoring over, and all it takes is one look to see why this trend is piquing homeowners’ interest.
Published at Friday, September 13th 2019, 05:29:57 AM. Kitchen Cabinet By Emily Hart. Refacing cabinets cost less than replacing your kitchen with custom cabinets, but do not rush to cabinet refacing on the assumption that it is a dirt-cheap alternative to new cabinets. Generally, refacing performed by an installation specialist costs about 50 percent of the cost of a new custom cabinet installation and about 70 to 80 percent of the cost of installing stock cabinets purchased off the shelf from home improvement centers.
Published at Friday, September 13th 2019, 05:19:05 AM. Kitchen Cabinet By Daniel Smart. 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 Friday, September 13th 2019, 05:14:02 AM. Kitchen Cabinet By Daniel Baker. After admiring all of these unique cabinet styles, you are surely having trouble deciding what appeals to you most. Why not try a mixture of all of them? Even in a minimalist interior you can mix up the palette a bit. Why not try lower wood cabinets in combination with upper white lacquered ones? Or veneered walnut cabinet side panels with shiny lacquered faces? Or stainless steel floating upper shelves with painted lower wood cabinets.
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.