Do you have a small kitchen? Do you want your kitchen to be functional and mobile without unnecessary details and parts? Here‘s a quintessence of any kitchen - AKitchen by Mette Schelde! It reduces cooking equipment to an essential minimum of three work stations, for fire (with built-in gas tank), water (needs plumbing) and cutting up (a chopping block on wheels)
Contemporary fireplaces allow you to get inventive with your kitchen design and the way you utilize the fireplace. A popular idea is to put the fireplace in an area where it can serve the kitchen, dining room and the living space in the open plan living area. Two-sided and three-sided fireplaces allow you to get this done with ease, and these smart fireplaces also become the protagonist of your cheerful and inviting ’social zone’. Those trying to take the experience of adding a fireplace to the kitchen can also take things to a whole new level with smart kitchen islands that house a fireplace within. For a kitchen that is simply sensational!
Yellow splashes make this kitchen design bolder and cooler. A couple of cabinets, fridge and the inner sides of the lamps are sunny yellow, and this warm shade breathes coziness into the kitchen and makes it more inviting.
Fall is here and many of us are already lacking sunlight. Today I’m going to sprinkle some sunlight on you with this sunny kitchen project by a Vietnamese architect.
Not All Modern! The beauty of adding wooden surfaces to the modern kitchen goes beyond mere textural contrast. It allows you to blend two different styles and add a hint of rustic, farmhouse, traditional or even industrial panache to the stylish, contemporary kitchen. While wood does a great job of lending that natural, rustic appeal, marble acts as a balancing element by elevating the &‘sophistication&‘ of the kitchen with its polished finish.
Heart of the Modern Home As we alluded to earlier, the modern kitchen is much more than a place to just cook and is increasingly becoming a part of the larger living space visual that blurs the line between each particular area. Add to this the balcony, deck or patio outside that extends this space outdoors, and it is barely a surprise that kitchens these days become the focal point of the stylish, trendy interior. Large sliding glass doors, bi-fold doors, sweeping windows and at times an open, pavilion-style design ensure that the distant coastline or the sparkling beach just outside is visually a part of the interior
There's not a single part of the home that feels dark or closed off. In fact it doesn't even feel horizontally narrow. The first floor abuts a small triangular courtyard and light comes in the floor to ceiling window and glass patio door. And, though most of the courtyard is covered by the second floor deck — the open grating lets light cascade in nonetheless.
Rupture features a similar look with the front appearing to have an irregular torn exterior. The cabinet is made up of a series of closed white compartments in various sizes that surround a collection of open modules, some of which have colored mouth blown glass fronts. The piece can also be customized with the addition of indirect LED lighting.
There are containers that slide in and out to make cooking fast and easy; made out of light bamboo, the piece is built for double-sided use. There are three sizes available: Mono, Mini and Phoenix, which are great for various kitchen sizes; it is easy to take it outdoors to cook for a barbecue with friends or have it handy for picnics.
In past generations, and perhaps still in your own life, there were separate sets of dishes for every day, and nicer sets formal occasions and serving company. However, we think that the plates and dishes we use each day shouldn't be doomed to be unimaginative or unenjoyable to use.