Robinette Chatigny. Kitchen. November 27th , 2017.
The first of my kitchen design ideas is to work on the color scheme of your kitchen. If you are fortunate enough to have real wood cabinets, strip the finish off them and redo it with a lightly tinted stain. If your cabinets are not wood, you can go ahead and paint them in any color you wish. Paint the walls as well, in a color that best highlights the cabinets.
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.
The cart is very resourceful, and can be stored easily by sliding right in next to your sink. A small kitchen hutch is also a good idea since it has pullout parts like storage drawers and cutting boards. A small hutch also has glass doors on its upper portion where a few plates and fine china may be stored. An open plate rack can be built in or placed against the wall as an addition.
Perhaps the most important part of your professional kitchen design ideas should be the lighting in the kitchen. Just overhead lighting is not enough. You need lighting task specific lighting. When you are doing small but definite jobs that need specific attention like decorating a wedding cake or a special dessert, as well as filleting a fish, you need lighting that will light up that space so you will not miss the smallest detail. In your professional kitchen design ideas, make room for track lighting or row type spot lighting or perhaps light in the extractor hoods. Plan well and enjoy your new professional kitchen.
How does one design with a country theme kitchen? One of the most important factors is the colors used in the kitchen. Those that bring in warmth and a fresh and clean look and feel are often recommended. Softer hues of green, yellow and brown may be preferred as well as other earthly colors. To help achieve this effect, kitchen owners will often flower and plant details into the area through wallpapers, frames or the real thins in vases and pots.
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