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 [...]
These kitchens show how we can — and will — do without formal dining rooms. As kitchens continue in the direction of multi-purpose spaces it’s not surprising to see them absorb the dining room. And following the popularity of small family breakfast tables, full-size tables seating six to eight are being combined with banquettes to [...]
Great kitchens offer custom ideas for storage or function. Whether they are generated by a kitchen designer, snipped from a magazine or a blog, or sprout from last-minute decisions by a cook who knows what he/she needs, unique features can be found in many kitchens. My own kitchen has a plate rack I cut down [...]
Blending one part daring with a dash of fearlessness, show stoppers are concocted using noteworthy materials. For his Paris apartment, Jean Louis-Deniot designed full overlay cabinetry clad in hammered silver, but to control costs, he had them made in Morocco. The flooring, countertops and backsplash are marble, as are toe kicks that give the cabinets [...]
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