Solved! What Goes Into Creating Gorgeous Eat-In Kitchens!

We love eat-in kitchens. Don’t we? Lovely light fixtures, breakfast nooks, a colorful application of tiles and marbles and most importantly, an inviting place to cook, converse and relax. The kitchen is truly the heart of your home! And especially a gorgeous eat-in kitchen that offers the joy of spending more quality time with your family, wherein the eaters can socialize with the cook without getting distanced. For those who are still wondering what a conventional eat-in kitchen is – it is basically a kitchen that can accommodate diners. Ranging […]

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Do It Yourself: How to Install a Kitchen Backsplash

Whether you have a kitchen designed with a rustic, contemporary, latest or a vintage theme; a backsplash is indispensable to protect your walls from regular spilling and splashes. Nowadays, kitchen backsplashes not only safeguard the kitchen walls from splatters, but also act as a focal point in enhancing the kitchen décor. By adding a backsplash to your kitchen you can also enhance the effervescence of the color scheme in an impressive manner. To create a backsplash, you can simply utilize a plain old wall and give it a refreshing makeover […]

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10 Kitchen Design Tips For Bakers

You can bake in pretty much any kitchen, but if you truly want to indulge your inner baker then you need a kitchen built specifically to handle all the baking you want to do. Here are 10 important tips that should help you turn your kitchen into a baker’s paradise. 1. Keep ingredients organized and easy to access Make sure that your ingredients are easy to see and easy to get. Consider adding open shelves to keep dry ingredients such as flour and sugar easily accessible. Upright tray storage is […]

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How To Create A Functional Kitchenette For Small Spaces

Whether you’re thinking of adding a second cooking space to your home or don’t have the necessary space for a full-sized kitchen, then a kitchenette is the next best thing. Here are a few tips on how to design your own space-saving kitchenette. PLAN There’s an adage that goes, “measure twice and cut once.” Always make sure that every measurement you take for your new kitchenette is correct. On average, a kitchenette will take up about 80 square feet of space, so make sure you have at least that. If […]

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The Pros & Cons of Open vs. Closed Kitchen Layouts

The kitchen has spent centuries as a separate workspace usually tucked away at the back of the house. Kitchens in the past were all business – if it’s not for cooking, then you won’t find it there; if you’re not cooking, then stay out. In the past few decades, however, the kitchen has mostly been opened up and turned into an active space where the whole family can converge. Thanks to the popularity of open plan kitchens, people now do everything from entertain guests to helping their kids with homework […]

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5 Tips for Designing the Perfect Island

The island is often the busiest spot in a kitchen. It is, after all, the space’s main gathering and work spot. It stands to reason, then, that a lot of thought has to be put into designing it. There are space considerations, storage, how it matches with the kitchen cabinets and so on. Whether you enlist the services of a professional designer or feel confident enough to take the work on yourself, here are five important tips to help you build the perfect island for your kitchen. Know the island’s […]

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