Planning a kitchen remodel? Do things right from the start. The first step should always be research. It’s important to analyze all the options before making a decision. Also, be organized. Focus on one thing at a time. For example, what type of flooring do you prefer? Tiles sound nice but they’re a safe choice. Take a look at all the other options and make a list of pros and cons.
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.
Compact kitchens change the way we look at this particular area of our house. Having a big kitchen with everything you need is what anyone wishes for. But there’s more than one way of getting function and being practical and space is not always needed. As you’ll see in these next examples, you can fit a lot of functions in a tiny and compact design, a perfect way of saving space in a tiny kitchen.
Speaking as someone who is just starting to design and plan the kitchen, I know there are lots of great ideas out there and, although I’m trying to come up with the perfect combination, I know that when I’m all done I’ll find some more great features I wish I thought of before. But it’s never too late to improve your design so take a look at these great kitchen amenities and make a list of your favorites cause that’s exactly what I plan to do.
If you want to keep things like olive oil, vinegar, etc. nice and organized, a simple basket tray like this one should do the job. It’s big enough to keep all the items you’d otherwise spread on the counter and easy to move elsewhere if you need the counter space.
In modern modern homes an open floor plan is there by definition and it’s even difficult to find an apartment which doesn’t have this type of layout. Evidently, the kitchen and the living room merge and most often it’s the kitchen island which creates the transition between spaces. For those that prefer a sleek and seamless décor without the usual in your face features, finding such a design often proves to be a challenge. But i29 architects came up with a wonderful design specifically for this kind of demands.
In the case of a thing like the kitchen countertop, you only realize how many options you have when you need to choose one. It’s not just a choice based on color or material. There are many other features to take into consideration. This selection of unique countertops will reveal a wonderful new world full of new designs to choose from.
by Carl Mayfield Photography
Minimalist, modern kitchens are sleek and sophisticated, but they might also be a little too sterile and intimidating if not warmed up somehow. Lots of straight lines and smooth surfaces in the typical contemporary style are not always conducive to relaxing food prep or congenial family gatherings.
Here are some tips on how to add a bit of coziness to a contemporary kitchen – and, subsequently, create a place that people will truly want to linger.