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May

12

Dream Barn Kitchen Designs

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

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A barn kitchen is a dream! So warm, so cozy, so inviting! We’ve already told you of barn bedrooms and living rooms, and now it’s time for the coziest place in the house – for kitchen. The main décor piece in a barn kitchen is wooden beams which make the space cozy, rustic and sweet. Adding wooden kitchen furniture of natural colors would bring even more warmness to the space. The styles which look best of all are rustic, modern and shabby chic: modern look makes a contrast with wooden beams and other barn features while shabby chic and rustic styles are natural-looking for a barn. Look at some beautiful barn kitchens below and enjoy! Read more »

Sep

26

Free 3D Kitchen & Bathroom Cabinet Designs

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

Attach Your Measurements or Layout  – Kitchen Measurement Guide

KBC Kitchen & Bathroom representative will design a layout for you that is well thought out and functional. If you select a door style that you are interested in, we will also provide you with a quote for your items. If you already have a layout, you will be able to attach this layout to our form on the next page and we will provide you with quote for the items listed.

We’ll Help You Design The Kitchen Or Bathroom Of Your Dreams

Whether you are looking for a kitchen design or a bathroom layout, at KBC Kitchen & Bathroom, a representative can design a layout that is both stylish and functional. We pride ourselves on offering our customers free kitchen design services, accompanied by 3d kitchen design renderings. With our impeccable customer service and close relationships between design specialists and consumers, you can work with us to create your dream kitchen.

We can provide a design and a price quote no matter what stage you are at in the renovation process. You may be at the very beginning stages with just your measurements and a door style in mind, we can work with you to produce a kitchen layout, item list, and price quote based off the information you provide us with. Or if you are further along in the process and you already have a kitchen or bathroom layout, you can simply attach this layout to our form on the next page and we will provide you with a quote for the items listed.

At KBC Kitchen & Bathroom we are dedicated to providing you with the most affordable, efficient, and aesthetic designs possible.

Feb

21

Sensual And Modern Kitchen Design – Seta Class By Ged Cucine

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

The symbiosis of wood and lacquer, mostly black lacquer, always is great. It looks ultra modern and at the same time very natural and sensual. Designers of Ged Cucine have chosen just this color solution to create a dramatic kitchen, which is named Seta Class. Black glass doors and black hood in stainless steel are in perfect harmony with the wooden doors with aluminium handles. The work top is made of Jaipur Stone and so it is quite durable and reliable. The island in this kitchen furniture set isn’t appointed to cook but thanks to two-levels top it could become a cool place to have a breakfast or snack.

Besides an excellent design this kitchen demonstrates functionality, comfortable ergonomic and high quality. You could find more information about this modern kitchen on Ged Cucine site. black kitchen cabinets, contemporary kitchen design, Ged Cucine, modern kitchen, modern kitchen ideas, wooden kitchen, wooden kitchen cabinets

Jan

4

Modern Turquoise Kitchen Design With Space-Saving Solutions

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

This kitchen is located in one small house in Germany. The first thought that comes to my mind is color! Fantastic fresh color that will hold in good spirits every time you enter the kitchen, – it’s turquoise blue! The interior is very modern, sweet and cozy. As the kitchen is small, many space-saving solutions were used to accommodate everything necessary, for example, the chairs are small and light and you can easily hide them under the table if they are not needed. Bright turquoise and green accessories help to highlight the funny light style. Green plants, a watering can, bright tableware, funny children’s art – all this make this small space so cozy that you wouldn’t like to leave it. An adorable kitchen!

Jun

9

The Kitchen Design Ideas by Seth O’Byrne

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

The main vision of this home idea is to motivate you, to give you ideas and create your house for perfect place to live. On this home ideas you can discover all type of material that will inspire you, such as : good-looking pieces of furniture, photos that will inspire and give you new and original ideas for your house, newest house architecture news, house gadgets, tips and tricks for improving your house, etc.

Speak on winding over backwards to satisfy someone! This cross comfortable kitchen spout from Paini is all about satisfying you with its futuristic home design idea, ergonomic form and utility that makes it easy simply beautiful. This tempting kitchen valve is comfortable enough to create all your odd jobs simple, easy and ensuring that you can reach everywhere you want with it.

The design is stylish, modern and beautiful for that “space-age kitchen”. Adding to the entire coolness, it sports LED indicators that light up to signify water temperature. The valve is accessible in black, white and gray.

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May

18

Tips Small Kitchen Interior Design Big One Style

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

Do you have a small kitchen in your home? Everybody gathers in the kitchen room, but what will you do if you’re only have small kitchen room and want to hold all of your family member? A lot of kitchens have a set on their countertops. When your kitchen room is too small, some of that you able to place away will assist add room as well as an ornamental feel to your kitchen design interior. Clutter is not at all attractive, but spotless appearance in the kitchen can be.

One of the solutions for small kitchen design and decorating is light colors that will assist to open up the kitchen. But, if you like better the wood grain for your kitchen cabinets, the walls can be decorated a light color. If probable, decide sections with landscape of open places. This will extra improve the delusion of room in the kitchen room though keeping an attractive decor. A reasonable sized few pictures add a good attractive handle to a small kitchen room. Useful objects with attractive feels are a different kind feels to this kitchen. Do not be worry, because a small kitchen room is one with a comfortable sense.

 

May

13

Traditional Kitchen in Colorful Concept Design

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

This kitchen concept presents and impressed traditional but colorful design. The lay out of the kitchen is not very traditional classic look, because the colors that adorn the brightly as contemporary design. Traditional kitchen with a floor made of slabs, such as wood, cupboard or shelf stick to the wall is still traditional. Choice white stripes are a touch of classic color indeed impressive, but combined with bright red color that changed more contrast and look good. The concept of color selection also makes traditional kitchen become comfortable and enjoyable. Red chair with a red carpet and red decorative flowers give colorful in each side of the kitchen.

Sep

8

Kitchen design ‘becoming more customisable’

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

Kitchen design ‘becoming more customisable’

The last century has seen kitchen design evolve to the extent that it is now much more customisable than at the start of the 1900s.

This is according to Museum of Modern Art curator Juliet Kinchin, who told the New York Times that kitchen design underwent a particular sea change during World War I.

She cited the example of Margarete Schutte-Lihotzky’s Frankfurt kitchen, which the architect designed in the 1920s as part of a project to build more affordable housing in Frankfurt.

The kitchen featured storage bins for sugar and flour, as well as a pull-down ironing board, a chopping board work surface close to the window and a right-hand drawer for scraps.

“Since then, the kitchen seems to have gone from a modular, efficient place to one customised to various tastes, outfitted with computers, TVs and non-ergonomic tools,” Ms Kinchin remarked.

Alexandra Lange of the School of Visual Arts recently noted in a post for the New York Times’s Opinionator blog that kitchen design has also changed over the years to become more efficient, as seen in contemporary kitchens utilising integrated cabinets, worktops and appliances.

Aug

13

Making the most of a small kitchen

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

Making the most of a small kitchen

Less is more, right? And even though it may seem like an obstacle at first, a small kitchen can be a cute, fully functioning, intensive workspace rather than a cluttered and pokey hole. Follow our tips and your kitchen will be transformed in no time.

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Consider whether you want to keep your small kitchen intact or knock through an interconnecting wall to open it up to the living area. This doesn’t mean being permanently committed to open–plan living. You can divide any large opening with sliding doors and wooden floor–to–ceiling door systems will look traditional and warm without being too domineering.

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Don’t obsess about the traditional kitchen rule of sink, oven and hob in a user–friendly triangle formation. Position them in a way that suits your kitchen and the way you cook. However, you mustn’t forget about doors; your oven (preferably a double oven or with built–in microwave) door should be able to open fully without hitting anything else. Experiment before you install or use sliding doors on cupboards to avoid this. Read more »

Jul

30

7 Kitchen Design Ideas

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

Authors Note: When either redesigning an existing kitchen or you are creating a new kitchen for a new home, some design ideas need to be examined. These kitchen design ideas can include whether it is a good ideas to include an island, a kitchen canopy, color of cabinets to set the tone of the kitchen, selecting the right lighting design, and the type or material used for the countertops.

Kitchens have evolved a lot over the years. Once found only in the rear of the house, today’s kitchen design takes the kitchen out the background. The challenge for kitchen design is in creating a more open-faced kitchen, that is part of a dining area, a family room or a great room.

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In deciding on how to design your kitchen, you must take into consideration such things as: will your kitchen have an island? Will it be of a modern or traditional design? What kinds of appliances will you need for your new kitchen design? What kind of lighting design?

1. Kitchen as ‘Great Room’

Whether you are redesigning an existing kitchen or planning a new kitchen in a new home there are some design considerations to keep in mind, such as including in an island or peninsula as part of the kitchen design. These can be used to connect the kitchen to a nearby dining area or family room thereby creating a ‘great room’. A kitchen island or peninsula will allow the cook to keep in visual and conversational contact with family members or guests in the adjoining family or dining room.

2. Create a Kitchen Canopy

To give the kitchen some visible borders without blocking views create a kitchen canopy. Also a high ceiling in the kitchen can create the perception of spaciousness.

3. Using Kitchen Cabinet Color to Set Tone of Kitchen Design

Kitchen cabinets will help set the tone for the whole room. The choice of wood will influence the overall look of your cabinets. To create a light look, use a light wood such as ash, beech, birch, oak, maple, or chestnut. For medium range, select cherry. To darker kitchens, choose wood that has some color to it.

4. Plan Out Use of Cabinets and Drawers in The New Kitchen Design

Plan out in the kitchen design blueprint just how your cabinets and drawers will be used and how much space and storage you will need before you start your new kitchen design. The first thing to examine is the counter surface area. Look at where you put everything in your existing kitchen and where in your new kitchen design will these things will go in the new space. Will there be more than one person cooking at a time. If so, will there be enough room for two cooks in the kitchen to work together?

5. Use The Galley-Type Kitchen Design

As for counter arrangements, many kitchen designers agree the galley-type design to be the best in terms of efficiency with it’s single aisle and counters to either side, making it easy to turn around to go from sink to cooking range.

6. Under-Cabinet Kitchen Lighting

kitchen lighting can be an overlooked area of kitchen design. Even if the kitchen has generally good lighting, the counter areas can be somewhat dark. For these areas under-cabinet lighting can help provide more light to work in. By using simple spots or fluorescent lights a smaller kitchen can be made to look larger.

7. Looking at Countertops

Granite, marble, and limestone are all popular natural materials for use in countertops are available in many colors. Ceramic tile kitchen countertops are versatile, practical, and also available in many colors, as well as many shapes, patterns, and finishes. Solid surface countertops provide seamless acrylic faces. Solid surfaces also come in almost limitless colors, patterns, and styles, and are stain and heat resistant. Laminate countertops are more affordable but not built to last. Concrete countertops are known for versatility, as well as strength. Wood countertops are long lasting and easy to clean and repair but the wood will not withstand exposure to water and household chemicals. Stainless steel countertops lack the elegance of granite or tile. These countertops do not absorb stains, but tends to scratch easily.