31,40,672 Kitchen Design Ideas
Daubeney Road is a typical London terraced Victorian house in Hackney. Our brief was to extend and refurbish the house to better accommodate a growing family’s needs. The design added a dormer loft, bathroom pod loft and a side extension. Our main focus was on remodelling the kitchen to be the social heart of the house and allow for large gatherings in a relaxed environment.
White cabinets flanking the kitchen blend in with the walls, drawing the eye to the rustic open shelving and beautiful indigo-painted center island. The wooden stools and other natural accents add instant warmth. Photo Credit - Jenn Verrier Photography @jennverrier
This project was so much fun! The kitchen originally stopped where the glass window areas start and it was a crowded dining area full of items that didn't have a place to be stored in the smaller kitchen. By extending the cabinets all the way to the end we added more storage , more counter space and a more open areas to dine and hang out. Swing is by baboosf.com
The 7th Corner Interiors
This project is designed by The 7 th Corner Interior with dramatic use of various material pallet, metallic touch ,pattern and harmonious details bringing warmth and comfort within home. After understanding our client needs and specifications we provide our client bespoke design that matches with their taste and sophistication ! We design a home that is perfect balance between form and function while keeping in mind aesthetics.
A backsplash of opaque glass tile expands from floor to ceiling in a herringbone pattern, across the kitchen and wet bar walls.
Vista principale della cucina con tavolo da pranzo centrale e lampade di design, i meteriali scelti creano un contrasto perfetto con il parquet a spina di pesce
Keating Moore Construction
B2 Design Build
Bob Geifer Photography A stainless steel double oven faces the center island, and is stacked between warm beautiful shaker style cabinets, Striving for an abundance of storage, we designed it with a custom cabinet above, and a pull out drawer below. All baking utensils and necessities will remain easy to access, with a stylish touch.
Liz Schupanitz Designs
A PLACE TO GATHER Location: Eagan, MN, USA This family of five wanted an inviting space to gather with family and friends. Mom, the primary cook, wanted a large island with more organized storage – everything in its place – and a crisp white kitchen with the character of an older home. Challenges: Design an island that could accommodate this family of five for casual weeknight dinners. Create more usable storage within the existing kitchen footprint. Design a better transition between the upper cabinets on the 8-foot sink wall and the adjoining 9-foot cooktop wall. Make room for more counter space around the cooktop. It was poorly lit, cluttered with small appliances and confined by the tall oven cabinet. Solutions: A large island, that seats 5 comfortably, replaced the small island and kitchen table. This allowed for more storage including cookbook shelves, a heavy-duty roll out shelf for the mixer, a 2-bin recycling center and a bread drawer. Tall pantries with decorative grilles were placed between the kitchen and family room. These created ample storage and helped define each room, making each one feel larger, yet more intimate. A space intentionally separates the upper cabinets on the sink wall from those on the cooktop wall. This created symmetry on the sink wall and made room for an appliance garage, which keeps the countertops uncluttered. Moving the double ovens to the former pantry location made way for more usable counter space around the cooktop and a dramatic focal point with the hood, cabinets and marble backsplash. Special Features: Custom designed corbels and island legs lend character. Gilt open lanterns, antiqued nickel grilles on the pantries, and the soft linen shade at the kitchen sink add personality and charm. The unique bronze hardware with a living finish creates the patina of an older home. A walnut island countertop adds the warmth and feel of a kitchen table. This homeowner truly understood the idea of living with the patina of marble. Her grandmother’s marble-topped antique table inspired the Carrara countertops. The result is a highly organized kitchen with a light, open feel that invites you to stay a while. Liz Schupanitz Designs Photographed by: Andrea Rugg