Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Kitchen Design Ideas

Kitchen Ideas

French Country Kitchens
  Country Kitchen
The Country  kitchens are cheery and welcoming, with a view or bright colors, painted and glazed cabinets with wire or metal inserts, woven baskets, bead board panels, floral motifs and decorative molding and shelving for a modern and country kitchen.

Contemporary Kitchens
Contemporary Kitchen
Contemporary modern kitchens tend to be described as a modern, minimalist and geometric. The characteristics include horizontal lines, asymmetry and lack of a crown and other ornaments. Materials for contemporary kitchens are often artificial, not natural: stainless steel, laminate, frosted glass inserts, concrete, linoleum, chrome and lacquer.

Transitional Kitchen
Transitional kitchens include elements of both traditional and contemporary design. Eclectic in nature, they mix natural and man-made materials as well as finishes and textures transitional kitchens.

Old World Kitchens
  Old World Kitchen
Old World kitchens—with their large hearths or cooking grottoes and distressed, unfitted cabinets .Old world kitchen encompasses a wide range of design themes.Think natural materials such as stone floors, mosaic tiles, brick or plaster walls and pewter or copper accents.

Outdoor Kitchens
Outdoor Kitchen 
Outdoor kitchens can be small and simple or as elaborate as any indoor kitchen. Typically they include a grill, a counter area for prepping and plating food, and a dining counter or table. Run gas, plumbing and electrical lines to the outdoor kitchen, and you can have a outdoor sink, refrigerator or beverage center, additional cooking appliances, lighting, and even a TV or sound system.

Outdoor Kitchen 

Outdoor Kitchen 

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