By Yves Florence. Kitchen Design. Published at Friday, April 20th, 2018 - 08:06:18 AM.
Are you stuck with a hardwood floor you don’t necessarily love? Sometimes the decorating budget just doesn’t cover expenses like new flooring. But instead of settling for less, use a stencil and paint a pattern across your wood floor. Such a simple trick will help distract you from the unlovable and bring some life into your kitchen.
Swing out corner cabinets are a good way to maximize the storage capabilities of a kitchen. In this traditional kitchen you can see a set of wire shelves, some installed inside the cabinet, under the counter, and some attached to the door. This combination offers easy access to all the shelves and their contents.
This design is perfect for a family kitchen because while the cooktop and sink are in the island for open access at any time, the rest of the working elements and appliances can be hidden behind the secretive doors. When cooking, you can leave them open, revealing everything you might need, but then you can close them before guests arrive, presenting a sleek and clean look. It’s the best of both the working and hidden kitchen styles.
For some, a normal smooth wood floor isn’t going to cut it. When you live in a cabin in the woods or in that little lakeside cottage, you want something that just oozes the feeling of home and history. Gather up all the reclaimed wood you can find, stain it and seal it and you’ll have a wood floor with a color and texture you just can’t find in a store.
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