By Paul Auguste. Kitchen Design. Published at Monday, April 02nd, 2018 - 09:00:44 AM.
The large, central stone-topped island features a sink and induction cooktop at one end. At the other end, a large wooden extension is perfect for dining or serving. For those who love to entertain in the kitchen and have guests be hands=on participants, this is ideal. Can you imagine the pizza parties you could have here?
It might be a stain that gets you there but if your kitchen produces major modern vibes, consider installing a black wood floor underneath it all. Inevitably, it will really show off your stainless steel appliances and white accents. Plus, being a neutral color, you can style the rest of your kitchen however you please.
With the wave of your hand, the sleek glass wall rises to reveal all the cooking necessities including the kitchen faucet and electronic tablet station. Sophisticated backlighting — which comes in a number of colors to suit your mood — comes to life as the door rises and illuminates all the contents. Best of all, when the wall is down, the workspace in front is still accessible, making the area extra functional. It’s the epitome of a hidden kitchen.
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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