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Jan

6

Swiss-Style Organization Kitchen Storage Solution

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

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Swiss-Style Organization Kitchen Storage Solution,  The Swiss are fascinating from their military organization to their rich history of high-quality and world-famous industrial design including watches, pocket knives and more. This giant-sized reinterpretation of the classic Swiss Army Knife (aka the Swissarmiuscutlery holder) is both a humorous and functional adaptation of a well-known multifunctional original applied creatively in a kitchen context. Read more »

Feb

21

New Modern Kitchen Design with Red and White Cabinets – Ego by Vitali Cucine

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

Ego is one of latest kitchen designs from the Italian company Vitali Cucine. This kitchen is made for those people who follow fashion trends and like modern furniture. This kitchen is presented in a beautiful bright color combination. Various combinations of the red and white colors create definitely high-tech style, which is in a perfect harmony with trendy minimalist kitchen cabinets. These colors could bring the light and the youth in your kitchen. The big functional kitchen island provides enough space to cook a dinner and to have it with all family. The cooking and dinner zones are divided by the colors and thanks to that the kitchen island looks even more trendy and stylish.

This kitchen furniture can be perfectly complemented by the modern wall unit with TV and several shelves, which look awesome together. You could get more information about this modern red and white kitchen on Vitali Cucine site.contemporary kitchen design, modern kitchen, modern kitchen cabinets, modern kitchen design, modern kitchen design ideas, modern kitchen furniture, modern kitchen ideas, modern kitchen island, modern kitchen pictures, red and white kitchen, red and white kitchen design, red kitchen, red kitchen cabinets, red kitchen ideas, red kitchen units, ultra-modern kitchen, Vitali Cucine, white kitchen cabinets

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.

Sep

8

Black ‘can be a great colour for kitchen design’

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

Black could be a good colour to use when fitting and decorating a new kitchen, according to one expert.

Writing for the Deseret News, interior decorator and HGTV host Candice Olson notes that many people tend not to think of black when considering new kitchens.

“Used properly, however, it can provide a great anchor in a large room and bring a sense of sophistication and style to any space,” she remarks.

Ms Olson gives the example of one property where she fitted black kitchen worktops to begin with, creating an “immediate” change.

She then set off the contemporary feel created by the black worktops with an aluminium backsplash and a black and burnt cream area rug in the dining part of the kitchen.

Last month, Helen Green of the Terry’s Fabrics blog claimed that black kitchens are proving particularly popular at the moment and may be “here to stay”.

She recommended using black high gloss kitchen units and balancing the dark colour with shades of white and grey to create the perfect black kitchen.