Category: Kitchen Guides

3-Season Rooms: From Unused Space to Fab Outdoor Kitchen

3-Season Rooms: From Unused Space to Fab Outdoor Kitchen

An empty covered place off this house’s terrace and pool has been about to waste, but today it’s a beautiful and functional outdoor kitchen. Interior designer Arlene Lord attached the new kitchen to an present covered dining area, placing a bar in between them to function both regions. While the household can use the room …

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Kitchen of the Week: Buoyant Style on the New England Coast

Kitchen of the Week: Buoyant Style on the New England Coast

An oceanfront view serves as the backdrop with this kitchen. Set on the shore at Rockport, Massachusetts, the home incorporates the traditional materials of New England and beach influences, but the kitchen features a bold red-orange island to comparison with the gray-blue Atlantic Ocean. The owners, an active household with four kids, commissioned a leading …

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Take: Unexpected Kitchen Lights

Take: Unexpected Kitchen Lights

As a kitchen designer, I look at a great deal of kitchens and kitchen products. I am always on the search for inspiration, especially for things such as counter stools and pendant lights that have not been seen a thousand times. When it comes to lighting, there are frequently architectural limitations like ceiling heights, island …

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High-Distinction Kitchens for Each Fashion

High-Distinction Kitchens for Each Fashion

Is it true that the idea of a kitchen that is black nevertheless consider you straight back to the tough expression of the 1980s? You know, when counter tops and cupboards in laminates were king, and jet-black was the greatest in cool? If so, do not allow the uglification of the ’80s damage this appear …

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Mastering the Damp Bar

Mastering the Damp Bar

When the phrase “bar” is connected with “man cave,” it paints a platitude-driven picture including leather club seats, framed sports memorabilia, The Godfather posters and Television panels bigger than living area tables. Throw in the term “moist” and you are prone to believe more executive office or 5th Avenue penthouse when compared to a football-centric, …

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