Kitchen projects are some of the most popular for everyone. We all want our kitchens to be the best they can be. It does not matter if you are a weekend DIYer, or have a full contracting crew to help you create the kitchen of your dreams….you will most likely have to deal with an element that is not quite “perfect”. Continue reading “Do You Have A Wabi-Sabi Kitchen?”→
Think Your Kitchen Is Too Small For Great Storage?
Over the years, our firm has worked on too many kitchen projects to count. We’ve had the pleasure to help our clients create their dream kitchens in new construction, large remodeling projects, moderate kitchen updates and the kitchens near and dear to our hearts….the small kitchen.
Each Sunday we’ll share a design that caught our eye and we took some time to savor. So many elements to love in this kitchen space shared via traditional home. At first glance we see a well organized kitchen. With a closer look, we see a competing combination of design ideas that meld so well!
“We saved a bundle of money and months of disruption and hassle. My husband and I talked to three contractors about removing a load bearing brick wall and gut renovating the kitchen in our 100+ year old home—we had only lived there a year.
Mr. LBD has wanted to convert a church into our home on several occasions. He has even seriously looked at two I can remember that were vast caverns of space complete with enough Sunday school rooms to be a hotel. Except for picturing the baptismal tank as the most wonderful home spa, I just couldn’t warm up to the idea. (pun intended) In addition, I have memories of serving a hundred hungry men “prayer pancake breakfast” far to often in a dark church kitchen to imagine a kitchen like that as our own.
Each Sunday we’ll share a design that caught our eye and we took some time to savor. This week let’s look at this kitchen shared via tomhouse.com. At first glance we see this fabulous tangerine range. With a closer look, we also see so many other intriging details!
Most of the definitions of an island include the word isolation. Most say an island is something detached from other things. Technically all this is true. However, don’t you think an island in the kitchen is just the opposite of all this? We do.
Long before there were central islands in a kitchen we had these things called kitchen tables and they were smack dab in the middle of the room. Many of us in the over 50 group have all kinds of memories of all the life that happened around these tables. What about you…did you grow up around a kitchen table?
Each Sunday we’ll share a design that caught our eye and we took some time to savor. This week let’s look at this breakfast area shared via My Domaine. At first glance we see a small nook. With a closer look, we see so many inviting details!