By Aili Zimmermann. Kitchen. Published at Friday, March 22nd, 2019 - 14:16:47 PM.
This will open up the middle of the floor for you as well as provide unrestricted access to the sink, stove and dishwasher. In order to preserve kitchen space and have a more spacious look, built in cabinets are another kitchen design idea. Wall cabinets are in a location that is easily accessible, yet they are not in the way or taking up any excess space. If you have cabinets that have space above them, small baskets can be used to hold some of the loose items that lay around taking up counter space.
Outdoor Lights, Inside. Many of today‘s outdoor wall lights are designed with a careful attention to detail ‐ why not consider using them indoors for an enviable look? Try gas lantern‐inspired outdoor wall sconces in the kitchen to transform your space into a rustic haven, reminiscent of old world inns or pubs.
When you enter the kitchen it is not the appliances or kitchen equipment that usually gets the first attention. Most of the time it is the kitchen backsplash that gets the first attention. The kitchen backsplash is the upright portion built against the wall at the back of the sink and stove. It is built to protect the wall from effects of water splashes and heat.
Vintage‐Inspired Mini Pendants: Mini pendant fixtures may be one of the hottest contemporary trends in kitchen design, but they can certainly be used to create a rustic effect! Look for styles with antique elements, like gas lantern "turnkeys", metal shades, and weathered finishes. Copper or bronze finishes also work particularly well.
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