Kitchen Trolley Designs & Ideas
tumbleweed and dandelion.com
Photos by Mark Lohman and styled by Sunday Henrickson for Tumbleweed & Dandelion.
This kitchen is designed to be beautiful, flexible and adaptable preparing the Owners for any changes that may occur in their future. The small mobile island with open shelving allows the homeowner to relocate the island in the event of mobility impairment and provides open visibility to the space. Drawers located below the counter top are easily accessed by most people of varied age and ability. This includes the double drawer dishwasher, the bottom drawer freezer and the base-cabinet drawers. The room has even balanced lighting to assist with any visual impairment combining natural light, task lighting and ambient lighting. A wall-hung lighted glass-front cabinet allows visibility at-a-glance without opening doors. Good contrast is provided between the floor and cabinets and non-glare finishes are in place. Photography by Hollis Ellison Photography
Allwood Construction Inc
Kerr Construction and Design
Martin Knowles Photography
Turan Designs, Inc.
Kitchen remodel - photo credit: Sacha Griffin
Louise Lakier Photography © 2012 Houzz
Fergus Garber Architects
A custom estate with Main house, Pool House, Art Studio, and detached garage. The stone and stucco house, reminiscent of rustic stone homes from the south of France, looks out onto the pool and yard on one side and inward to an enclosed courtyard on the other. Modern technology is hidden amongst the historic detailing as the whole house can be controlled by iPad's embedded in the walls or remotely on a phone. © Bernardo Grijalva Photography
Olivier Chabaud Architecte - Paris & Lubéron
Oh, hello! An easy-roll island can come across the kitchen to support big meal jobs like Thanksgiving. The butcher block top is a portable cutting surface. And when you're done, pop it back into place & engage the easy-lock wheels for no movement. Beautiful! (Calgary Photos)
Maine Coast Homes
This island home is inspired by tradition and classical comfort. Each element strikes a bold chord, yet all come together as a seamless whole. A stained glass cabinet door, carefully designed mosaic stove guard, thick trim, and Italian soapstone countertops blend flourish with sentiment. Wallpaper, glass cabinet doors, and traditional overhead lamps whisper of whimsical nostalgia for a simpler time. Without seeming antiquated, this kitchen charms and wows. Photos by: Jeff Roberts Project by: Maine Coast Kitchen Design
Koch Architects, Inc.
Tory Taglio Photography
Lisa Wolfe Design, Ltd
Liz Miller Interiors
Mosby Building Arts
The kitchen of this late-1950s ranch home was separated from the dining and living areas by two walls. To gain more storage and create a sense of openness, two banks of custom cabinetry replace the walls. The installation of multiple skylights floods the space with light. The remodel respects the mid-20th century lines of the home while giving it a 21st century freshness. Photo by Mosby Building Arts.
Matthew Bolt Graphic Design
Photography by Matthew Bolt