From bold design choices to affordable appliances, our kitchen decorating ideas and inspiration pictures will help make this everyone’s favorite room in the house. A splash of colour has been added to this otherwise monochrome kitchen with the use of a lime splash back and matching accessories. Kitchen cabinets are a high impact design element because they’re outward facing (unlike flat countertops) and take up a lot of real estate in the room.
We are currently in the process of extending our home with the main focus being the family kitchen – with 5 boys we need plenty of space, fridges and dishwashers! Adding D” shaped pulls/handles allow people of all abilities to open and close the cabinets easily.
A thoughtful mix of materials including reclaimed wood (on the walls and island) and aged zinc (on the countertops and hood) gives this kitchen an acquired-over-time vibe. If space allows, the non-work side of a kitchen island is a great place to include bar stool seating or open shelves to store cookery books.
This clever pantry in a New York City kitchen designed by Robert Schwartz has a tiled front so when it is closed it looks like part of the tiled wall. Whether you’re after a complete guide to organizing your kitchen storage or just a clever way to use leftovers, you’ll find a collection of tips, tricks and insider knowledge on everything kitchen related right here.
Or add some interest with our kitchen wallpaper – the Graham & Brown White Whitewashed Wallpaper is fun while still keeping walls pale. Bottles, baskets, and jugs displayed atop the cabinets pay tribute to the past. Find knobs and pulls that are the same size as the existing ones so you don’t have to re-drill the cabinets.