Home Kitchen Design Archive for category "Modern" (Page 2)
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Kitchen Design: Storage As Element Of Style

Modern Kitchen Design Tip: storage elements can become design elements. Exposed cabinet inserts create a playful contrast to the cabinetry background.

 
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Photo Gallery Update – In-Cabinet “Shade” Designer Range Hood

When a kitchen remodel calls for a ventilation hood that’s high quality, reliable, quiet, and can be concealed inside a cabinet, the “Shade” range hoods from Italian range hood manufacturer Futuro Futuro definitely fit the bill. The “Shade” range hoods, available in 36″ and 48″ widths, are specifically designed for installation inside cabinetry. With compact

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New Photos – “Quest Black” Wall – Diagonal Designer Range Hood

The “Quest” series range hoods from Futuro Futuro represent a truly contemporary vision in kitchen ventilation design. With an angled shape, tempered-glass front, advanced perimetric suction filtering, and futuristic optical control panel, the “Quest” range hoods are a perfect finishing touch for the ultra-modern kitchen. Made in Italy from the highest-grade AISI 304 stainless steel

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Kitchen Design Ideas: DIY Painted Shelves

Just found this little design gem – custom painted shelves that look stunning and can be adapted to pretty much any kitchen. One of those ideas that can be done on a weekend with a single trip to Home Depot – yet come out looking like a million bucks. Why limit yourself to monotone shelving

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Kitchen Design Case Study: Urban Style With Elliptical Range Hood

In this renovation of a historic Gothic mansion, the kitchen designer chose a mix of Gloss Charcoal Oak Veneer wall furniture, Gloss Crystal center island, and Aran White granite for countertop material. A bold central soffit visually connects the wall units to the center island, as well as providing area lighting and a mounting point

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