By . Kitchen Furniture. Published at Sunday, April 08th, 2018 - 06:26:09 AM.
Whether it's a kitchen remodel or new construction, these images represent the most modern kitchen renovation ideas from designers, architects, builders, and design enthusiasts. Kitchens are the hardest working room in the house. The best modern kitchens have ample work space for cooking, flexible space for family meals and large dinner parties, and efficient kitchen appliances and fixtures. From ideas for kitchen backsplashes and kitchen lighting to smart kitchen storage, here you will find Dwell stories about modern kitchen renovations, tons of images of modern kitchens, as well as information from top kitchen brands selling tiles, appliances, fixtures, sinks, kitchen tools. You'll also see kitchen furniture from kitchen tables, kitchen chairs, dining sets, and bar stools.
Traditionally used for cooling baked goods as they came out of the oven, baker’s racks are now commonly used for storage. They’ve been used in bathrooms for storing fluffy towels, in children’s rooms for toys and even as plant stands. However, they continue to be extremely versatile options for the kitchen. Put it near a sunny area to grow your own herbs for fantastic cooking. Use decorative baskets on the shelves to store snacks for the kids, bags of herbs or other small kitchen items. Turn it into a display area for your favorite bowls and pitchers. If you have the space, it makes a wonderful versatile addition to the room.
Dream homes with white country-style kitchens are a staple and you can really see why here. Looking modern and fresh in the white, the traditional motifs just add in a nice extra dose of detailing.
There are plenty of tricks that can help you expand the appearance of depth, height and width in your kitchen, and the best way to start is at the bottom. Firstly, make sure that floor boards run lengthwise, to create the illusion of a longer kitchen space. If you plan to feature a backsplash or other wall design, consider arranging the tiles in opposition to the floorboards' orientation—this will help to create the illusion of depth in the space. Finally, consider raising cabinets or appliances off the floor—if they're flush, the entire space will seem shorter, but raising them slightly will give the appearance of a space with more height.
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