Mid-20th C limed and cerused oak finishes for kitchen cabinets find a new 21st C kitchen audience. Oak cabinets are inching their way back into kitchen fashion after having being painted or ripped out and sent to recycling for most of the last decade. But they’re not the same shiny-orange builder’s-grade boxes found in tract [...]
A savvy design hides kitchen spices. This has got to be one of the most clever ideas I’ve seen in kitchen design. Hand painted canvas wrapped doors conceal storage used for spices. While the artwork on the top is most likely not within arms reach for many, the lower cabinet offers plenty of space for [...]
Two experts talk sense and sensibilities for kitchen tile. Tile for a backsplash can make or break the look of a kitchen. And even with the support of a good designer and knowledgeable showroom associate, it’s a big commitment to decide which color, size and material you will love forever on your kitchen walls. That’s [...]
One stunning way to take the idea of a “warm” kitchen literally. A sleek gas fireplace – installed into a wall of cabinets – is a unique feature of a brick-walled post-industrial-style Vancouver kitchen. Sometimes referred to as a “hole in the wall” fireplace, this one floats in the wall spreading the warmth of its [...]
This working kitchen gives the dining area a big hug. Wrapping a kitchen around a dining area is an idea we discussed in our post on Big Kitchen Banquettes. We haven’t seen this before and we feel it’s significant because it also suggests a modern way to redefine two key spaces in the house. Usually, [...]
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