By Humphrey Zimmermann. Kitchen. Published at Sunday, March 10th, 2019 - 23:48:39 PM.
It’s usually practical to have a combination of open and closed storage spaces in the kitchen. These black kitchen cabinets, for instance, have these stylish wooden inserts which look really great. Kitchen islands aren’t just for expanding workspace anymore; they can double as a breakfast bar and increase your storage space as well; we even have some that will seat an entire dinner party when you’re finished preparing the meal!
Partnering with Bertazzoni, a family-owned Italian company, was meaningful for Olson, a way to honor her own family’s Italian roots. Pairing the showpiece range with a gorgeous slab of Italian marble also felt right to the designer, whose mom was an art teacher—getting Brynn started into her own forays into art. “I wanted to honor the style of the house with a traditional feel and my mom with some pieces that felt like art. Being an artist, my mom loves beautiful things, things that make life beautiful.”
Not only do open kitchen shelves make your life easier (suddenly you can see everything!), but they also provide you with a stage to show off your favorite pieces of kitchenware, crockery, and decor. Open shelves mean the days of overstuffing and losing cups to the depths of the cupboard are gone. Instead, everything you need is within reach and easily in view.
The kitchen is one of the most used rooms of any home, so it only makes sense that you would want a great looking kitchen in your home. Personally, I have tried a number of budget friendly kitchen makeover ideas over the years like changing the paint on the walls, but I never really thought about other ideas that I could use. Upgrading your kitchen can mean changing the cabinets, redoing the floors, or simply swapping color pallets. Maybe you want to add a light fixture or an island to your kitchen, but you are unsure how you can create something that you will love without going above the budget that you have available to you.
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