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44 Kitchen Design & Remodelling Ideas For Your Home
By Sherry Holmes
Friday, June 5th, 2020 @ 1:08pm
Warm lighting helps make the kitchen an inviting space to gather. Check out the mini chandeliers!
Bright open kitchen with plenty of task lighting and pantry with sliding barn door.
A dramatic stone backsplash provides a great backdrop for cooking.
LED pendant lighting makes for great task lighting in any kitchen space.
White brick backsplash can give kitchens a rustic feel.
Marble countertops are a timeless design choice for any kitchen.
A kitchen island with breakfast bar makes a great transition between open concept kitchen and living room.
Large families call for lots of seating! Make sure your kitchen can provide enough space every day.
A kitchen with a pop out window can provide privacy, but keep you connected to your guests while entertaining.
An appliance garage keeps clutter from your countertops, but still providing easy access.
Design doesn’t stop at the walls. A coffered ceiling can help make the entire space look visually appealing.
Elements like the refrigerator can be designed to blend in with the rest of the kitchen cabinetry. Matching countertop and backsplash adds a sense of unity.
Wide, open kitchen spaces provide plenty of room to prepare meals.
Exhaust fans need to be properly sized for the space in the kitchen. Add a fun design to your backsplash!
Pure white kitchens provide a timeless style, and makes it easy to spot messes and spills.
Kitchen islands can double as storage spaces for appliances like microwaves.
Stainless steel countertops pair with a brick backsplash to make this kitchen pop.
A kitchen with direct yard access can make summer entertaining a breeze.
Kitchen islands make great spots for kids to get started on homework while the parents prepare dinner.
Depending on the length of your island, you may be able to have seating on both ends, creating a face-to-face dining experience.
A kitchen with a view of the Whistler mountains. Can anything get better than that? Take advantage of your surroundings and put in large windows to brighten up your space.
Black and white kitchens are a timeless centerpiece to any home. Check out the mix and match bar stools!
Islands can help create a transition in open concept homes.
Copper and wooden accents help bring this kitchen to life. And check out the cool pendant lights!
Outlets on your island can provide a lot of utility when properly installed.
Kitchens should be functional. Herb walls can help keep much needed ingredients on hand and easily accessible.
A portable herb wall can keep fresh herbs on hand, and can be easily positioned to suit your changing needs.
Keep in mind the kitchen triangle. The sink, stove, and fridge should all be easily accessible from each other.
Black subway tile makes an attractive choice for backsplash material.
Can there ever be a kitchen with too much storage space? We don’t think so.
An expansive kitchen to provide lots of space and appliances to host or entertain. Dark floors compliment the white counter tops.
Small splashes of colour can help make an otherwise monochromatic kitchen pop.
A walk-in pantry lets you stay fully stocked no matter what.
Clever use of tile can make a kitchen look totally unique. And those dark cabinets? One of them is a fridge!
Cooktop stoves can be built into an island allowing you to keep an eye on what’s happening throughout the rest of the space.
Elements like flooring can help carry your kitchen to the adjoining rooms without needing a transition.
Big windows and lots of natural light are the focal point in this large kitchen.
A kitchen island can expand to include a dining nook for quick meals.
Unique backsplash tile can infuse a kitchen with a lot of personality.
If you like to entertain, carve out a space in your kitchen to have a small bar space to prepare drinks for guests.
Floor to ceiling cabinetry creates lots of storage space to keep all your kitchen gear secured.
A heavy duty exhaust fan in the kitchen is necessary to pull out excess moisture we create when cooking.
A kitchen island with built in wine fridge always lets you keep a few bottles on hand. Building in a wine fridge right into the kitchen island is a smart move!
Lots of counter space is key to being able to prepare meals safely and conveniently.
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