Published at Thursday, November 16th 2017. by Adalhard Fleury in Kitchen.
Think Vertical: Maximize your storage space and look up. Select tall cabinets that reach all the way to the ceiling. If space remains above your cabinets, use that above-cabinet space for additional storage. If possible, store your pots and pans on a pot rack; you can get hanging racks that attach to the wall or ceiling.
Birdhouses for the Kitchen. Decorative birdhouses can be found in almost every home decor and craft store, but it is easy to decorate an ordinary birdhouse in a number of creative and colorful ways. Visit your local wild bird supply store, and purchase an ordinary and inexpensive flat-bottom wooden birdfeeder. In addition, select craft paint in colors that will match the kitchen along with extra embellishments such as small pebbles, miniatures, and faux gems. Paint the birdfeeder to look like a charming spring cottage, and after the paint dries, glue on the added decor. Display this decorative birdhouse on a kitchen cabinet, a kitchen shelf, or as a kitchen table centerpiece. Chances are you will formulate new ideas for creating other birdhouses to add to the decorating theme of the kitchen.
Perhaps the most important of the new kitchen developments is an interest in renewable energy and resources and an increased focus on sustainability. This means that future kitchens will be focused on being energy efficient and to allow eco-friendly activities such as easy recycling and waste management. Apart from sustainability, space is another issue. As cities become more crowded, space becomes much more expensive. There is a demand for smaller kitchens that are more practical for a single household meaning that a focus on functionality and user-friendliness will be a must.
Let There be Light: If the room feels small, see what you can do to increase natural light and make better use of artificial light. In other words, layer your lighting. For instance, cabinet-top lights that point to the ceiling can create a nice ambiance and make the ceiling feel higher. Light colors in the floor, cabinets, or countertops can also create a sense of space. Mirrored back splashes will reflect light and glass-fronted cabinets can also make the room look more spacious.
Choose the island that is right for your home and your lifestyle. You have to identify what needs do you want to meet with your small kitchen island. And since no kitchen is, without an island...you can be assured that your life will be filled with more joy and friendship too. And just like there is no kitchen without an island, no man is one too. Bring your family and friends closer to you and bring more love out of your little kitchen with the help of your gift of "the island." Now you can be sure that love and joy will always be in the room. If you are shopping for a small kitchen table and could use a little more storage space as well take a look at Tiffany's site small kitchen tables, that helps with design and decorating ideas for a variety of different styles like small island table that not only save space but many are portable as well.
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