As the “heart of the home,” the kitchen is certainly where it’s at – and Homedit definitely wants your heart to be happy with your kitchen! That’s why we’ve written so many kitchen-related articles, each containing clear photos that depict a delightful and inspiring variety of kitchen spaces, sizes, and styles. May as well make yourself comfortable…once you start browsing, you won’t want to leave.

Add Character To Your Kitchen With Industrial Pendant Lights

The industrial style has well-defined lines and characteristics which don’t always suit a comfortable and inviting home. However, some influences from this style can be sometimes a great addition to a décor. for example, you could have industrial-style pendant light in the kitchen. It’s an option that suits this space particularly well because of its functionality.

These simple black and white pendant lamps complement the décor perfectly

The kitchen is a space that’s meant to be functional and not necessarily comfortable, although things have changed lately and this space has become a social area. So this type of lighting could suit the kitchen, especially if there are also other elements that follow the same style such as bar stools or chairs for example.


Sweet like Candy: Add A Pop of Pastel to Your Kitchen

Pastel colours ruled the world of interior design during the early 1990s, and now they are finally back in fashion. We have had to wait a long time to get excited about candy pink, luscious lemon and mint green, but very few would deny that it hasn’t been worth it. Not only this, but this is a trend that is even more so great at present as pastels are widely associated with spring.

This post deals specifically with the utilisation of pastel colours in the kitchen as their use is definitely welcomed in this room in particular. One of the reasons for this is because pastels offer a fantastic way of incorporating colour into your kitchen without being too overpowering.


The Island Kitchen Offers You Everything You Need In A Compact And Smart Design

The biggest problem in a kitchen would have to be the lack of space. There’s nothing more uninviting than a tiny kitchen where you have no room to move around. So to solve that problem we usually have to make compromises. However, there is now one other way. You can save tons of pace with the new Island Kitchen.

Designed by Massimo Facchinetti for CLEI, this tower has all the appliances and features needed in a kitchen, all fitted in a compact structure with a simple and functional design. This is a single module kitchen designed for sustainable cooking.


How To Use Copper In Your Kitchen’s Design

Copper is a metallic element which his put to use all over modern homes. Because copper has fantastic thermal conductivity it is likely to be used in your home’s central heating system. Likewise, copper is a great electrical conductor so is probably used in your home’s electrical installation. However, copper is less used in domestic settings for its decorative appeal.

The metal, and its alloys, has been used right back to Roman times and it certainly does not look out of place in a home. It is, perhaps, best put to use in exteriors, as flashing, downspouts or roofing. When it comes to interiors, it is a great addition to kitchen designs. Copper’s distinctive coloring is not the only reason to utilize it in a food preparation context. The metal has anti bacterial properties that should not be overlooked, making the kitchen the ideal place to use it.


Easy Ways to Revamp Your Kitchen

The kitchen is often the busiest room in the home, with lots happening. It’s the place where you cook meals and eat them with your family, or start the day with a cup of coffee in the morning so you can face the day. Here are some easy ways to make your kitchen more inviting.

Mix and Match Chairs.

Chairs in the kitchen do not have to be the same. Mixing them up can create a warm and rustic feel that works well with the idea of a family congregating in the kitchen.


Stylish Farmhouse Dining Tables–Airily romantic or casual and cozy

Despite their fairly obvious furniture requirements (e.g., table and chairs), dining rooms are a fantastic space to highlight your decorating style. And, because the dining room centers around food, it’s almost a guarantee that people will be able to experience and appreciate that style regularly, if not constantly.

Even more than a main venue for eating, however, the dining room table often plays a major role in the lives of family members. It’s a space for crafts, artwork, homework, projects, board games, and so much more.


Spring Kitchen Makeovers That Don’t Break The Bank

Updating a kitchen to give it a new look is usually an expensive project to take on. Kitchens are full of costly equipment and usually the layout has been designed around them. Therefore, any significant change that you want to make to the look of the room will usually involve some restructuring. Buying new fitted storage units, to replace ones that have been removed, is not the most thrifty way of making over a kitchen.

If you want a new look, but don’t want to go to the time or expense of a major overhaul, there are some cost effective design changes that you ought to consider. These, more inexpensive options, tend to cause a good deal less disruption than a new fit out and won’t break the bank. Many of these makeover tips don’t require specialist tradesmen to turn your ideas into reality.


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