Best ideas for kitchen island in 2017

Salvaged Finds

With still-functioning pulleys, these industrial and salvaged lighting fixtures (formerly used in a billiard hall) create for eye-catching (and hardworking) task lighting above the island in this coastal cabin.

Tiny Island

The proprietor of the Florida cabin created space in her kitchen to get a console-turned-island.

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Black-and-White Island

Dark-walnut floors, green soapstone counters, and custom stools (painted Benjamin Moore’s Phelps Black) bring weight to the kitchen’s white island within this Washington, D.C., home. The built-ins and trims are painted Bancroft White by Darryl Carter Colors by Benjamin Moore.

Farmhouse Chic

A classic island lends warmth for the rustic kitchen. Free up cabinet space, and create a clever place for collectibles.

A Dash of Color

Windsor stools and a red-patterned carpet sit in front of the kitchen island within this Pennsylvania home. A supporting role is taken by Boat hardware as kitchen cupboard latches.

Marble Countertop

To contrast the sweeping wood-paneled ceilings and dark hardwood flooring, Birmingham designer Beth McMillan selected cool-toned Carrara marble to the kitchen countertops.

Corner Space

The 16-square-foot island in this tiny farmhouse makes intelligent use of corner storage.


Best Modern Kitchen Flooring Ideas In 2017

Bamboo Kitchen Flooring

Bamboo is a good kitchen floor material, particularly if you prefer eco-friendly products. Bamboo grows so fast it is a resource for flooring. Besides the aspect, bamboo’s potency is just one of the greatest of the substances available on the market.

Tile Kitchen Flooring

Tile is a great, low-maintenance solution for a kitchen. It’s easy to clean, durable and has a reflective quality which expands room in a kitchen’s appearance.#br#The most recent tile designs mimic wood and other designs and textures. Tile no longer comes exclusively as a 12″ square. Some of the modern designs are large contours.

Go for a traditional feel with granite tiles

Classic granite tiles will fit all types of kitchen, and are fantastic for live-in kitchens that might see a lot of spills. It is the ideal material for family homes durable, stain-resistant hardwearing and simple to clean.

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Laminate Wood Kitchen Floors

Laminate wood flooring is a cheap and durable kitchen flooring thought. The layer can defy most abuse. It is a gentle flooring solution, if you add padding under. Simple to install and offered in a array of fashions, laminate hardwood floors is a simple option for kitchen floors.

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Wooden floors are a great choice for kitchens and kitchen-diners, provided they are treated so that they are resistant to spills and stains. When paired with airy ceilings and white walls A stained flooring, sealed properly, looks fantastic.

Cork Kitchen Floors

Cork is a good kitchen flooring idea for a unique texture and a cushioned feel underfoot. Cork is a natural insulator against sound and temperature change, making it a good pick if you’re concerned about either issues. It is obviously anti-microbial in the cork, which repels insects and insects. And if you’re on a budget, then cork tiles are.

Concrete Kitchen Floors

Concrete has a modern look and tone that is tough to match. Durable, it can withstand action from the most busy kitchens and look great.#br#There are various finishes you’ll be able to provide concrete to customize its appearance. Freshly poured concrete can be stamped, while all concrete could be stained, shiny, stenciled and waxed.

Reboot a retro favorite

Luxurious vinyl in the kitchen may feel warmer, warmer and more comfortable underfoot than tiles or wood, and it’s intended to be durable and very low maintenance. Here, Noche Travertine recreates the look of stone, completed generate a characteristic finish and with Concrete Pale stripping to divide the tiles.

Best decorating ideas for kitchen in 2017

Classic Country Style

Rustic textures, cabin accents, and a retro palette give this Virginia kitchen classic farmhouse style.

Colorful and Cheery

Glass-front upper cupboards enable the proprietor of this New York house to flaunt her precious plates without eating up valuable floor space, while closed ones below conceal provides. Panels add texture.

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Scalloped Hood

How intelligent is that? A hood adds this kitchen and taste that is sweet.

Farmhouse Style

This handsome farmhouse cook space in New York’s Hudson Valley was a horse stable. The pine built-ins are made from a oak tree that fell giving new meaning to locally made products.

Black Cabinets

Plain stainless steel has its own merits, but at a small kitchen, a giant swath of silvery metal can quickly dominate the space. Appliance manufacturers such as GE, Samsung, and Whirlpool have wised up to this problem, and also have introduced stoves, refrigerators, and microwaves in complex colors of slate and black.

Straightforward and Inviting

Despite its neutral palette, this California kitchen seems cozy due to some rustic fireplace, thoughtful selections, and inviting accents.

Rustic Storage Solutions

The proprietor of this Oregon house skipped a dishwasher and picked for this 1953 farm-house spout (which can handle a whole lot of dirty dishes) and also much more under-counter space. An old soda cage corrals cleaning supplies.

Best Kitchen Curtains Designs In 2017

Barely There

If you want to filter light and soften the appearance of your kitchen window — but don’t want anything heavy or opaque, look at using a cloth with a loose weave, like linen, for example. Here, designer Annette English complemented the expression of the room with softly material from Dan Marty Fabric.

Striped Shade

«I never met a stripe I didn’t enjoy,» says designer Sheila Bridges, who chose Osborne & Little’s Killarney, embroidered with white ovals, for the kitchen Roman shade.

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Dark and White

«I wanted it to seem somewhat boring and more like a wise butler’s pantry,» designer Lilly Bunn says of the New York City kitchen. The Roman shade is created from Holland & Sherry’s Belfour linen, and the existing cabinets are painted Benjamin Moore Aura in Black.

Twice as Nice

For the ultimate in versatility, consider shades which can be raised and lowered from the top or bottom as necessary. «These simple and sleek shades by Kirsch can fall down from the surface or raised up from the ground to permit you to command the view or the sunlight as needed,» states the retailer.

Pretty Pattern

At a kitchen with easy style and a mostly white colour palette, a dab of pattern can add personality. «Help framework a beautiful view using a valance mounted above the window. This ikat-patterned fabric, Bansuri at Slate, has a rich neutral which adds interest to the solid white cabinets,» says the manufacturer.

Formal Effect

Designer Robin Baron gave this elegant country kitchen that the ideal finishing touch with an ornate scalloped valance over the sink. «I always say ‘amazing design is in the details’ and this beautiful valance is a perfect example,» says Baron. «I utilized the depth of iron pins to create the dramatic pleating in lieu of a conventional pole and embellished the classic linen floral fabric with tassel trim, and matching tape, giving weight and importance to this country-inspired valance.»

Cheery Ikat

At a Charlotte, North Carolina, home, designer Lindsey Coral Harper created a Roman shade in Exactly the Same fabric as the kitchen sofa, Thom Filicia’s Prospect in Shadow for Kravet, to carry the ikat pattern across the room.

Exotic Element

«Fabric shades are like great artwork: They transform a space and its inhabitants,» says Kara Roberts, Director of Merchandising for Smith & Noble, the maker of the Moroccan-style shades shown here. Flat Roman colors lie flat when lowered, making a low profile appearance that works with a large assortment of prints and fabrics and fold up in the very top when fully raised.