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If your kitchen has little counter space but a lot of floor space, adding a kitchen island is a smart way to increase your work and storage areas. There is wide a variety of ready-made kitchen islands and kitchen carts available to match any design style or decor, with features that will work in your kitchen.
When you imagine your dream kitchen, it probably has the perfect kitchen island and other kitchen furniture available to store your pots and pans, knives, dishes and appliances easily. Even without your dream kitchen, a kitchen island or smaller kitchen carts can offer some additional counter and storage space and give your kitchen a fresh new look. This buying guide will help you figure out how to buy a kitchen island table for your home and provide you with kitchen island ideas when you're planning your dream kitchen.
A cooktop is one of the most frequently used and essential appliances in the kitchen. Different from traditional stoves, cooktops are independent cooking devices, separate from traditional ranges and ovens. Cooktops can be installed into kitchen islands or over built-in ovens -- anywhere there's space and power available to do so -- and are designed to integrate into kitchen countertops for a contemporary look.
Moving swiftly through your kitchen is essential if you want to prepare a gourmet meal on a schedule. Your kitchen is much more enjoyable when you can find every bowl and you have a clean surface for chopping, mixing and measuring. If your kitchen isn't quite meeting your needs, then you may benefit from some new kitchen furniture. Islands, carts, cabinets and racks can transform your kitchen into a more useful space while adding a fresh new style to your home.
Because of their name, bar stools are usually limited to serving as seating at bars, when in reality they are perfect for many other things. Their unique height makes them an ideal addition to other rooms besides the kitchen. Once you see what else you can do with bar stools, you'll wonder why you went so long before taking advantage of your bar stools. Below is a list of where to use bar stools besides the bar.
You don't sit down on a bar stool; you sit up on a bar stool. And that seems to make all the difference. People sitting on stools seem to be much more lively and talkative. But stools, whether at a bar in your basement or around the center island in your kitchen, still create a casual, relaxed mood. Adding counter stools or bar stools can add a lot of energy to a home. They are well suited for cocktail parties and holiday gatherings when no one wants to establish themselves in one location too long but might want to get off their feet for just a moment. Fortunately, the many styles and colors of stools let you easily find some that are right for you, regardless of your home's decor.
More and more people are installing bar sinks with bar faucets in their homes as secondary kitchen faucets, but if you've never used one yourself, you may think they're a little superfluous. While it's true that not every kitchen needs a new bar faucet, they can be a very useful addition to your kitchen. If you're thinking about upgrading your kitchen with a new bar sink faucet but you're not entirely sure whether or not it will be worth it, then keep reading for some information on the advantages of installing a bar faucet that may help make your decision easier.
A well-organized kitchen is a great asset to any home or apartment. Maximize comfort and convenience with the right kitchen storage. The first step to figuring out what kind of kitchen storage items will benefit your kitchen the most is to take a look around your kitchen and make a note of all the problem areas and how much space you have to work with. If you have a spacious kitchen, you probably need kitchen storage of an organizational nature. The more space you have, the more options you have for adding things, like baker's racks and kitchen carts. For space-challenged kitchens, kitchen storage is probably a much bigger problem. Your biggest consideration will be efficiency. Read to discover both organizational and efficiency kitchen storage solutions, as well as the major kitchen storage products you can use in your kitchen.
A glistening chandelier can add that little extra something to your home decor, but you don't need to go big to make a huge style statement. Mini chandeliers, sometimes called chandelettes, work well in a variety of settings and are a popular alternative to large, traditional chandeliers. Think of a mini chandelier as piece of jewelry for your home -- a little can go a long way. If you're not sure where you would use one, try hanging a mini chandelier in one of these places.
Even the most confident of decorators can feel stumped when it comes to a lighting design for the home. After all, major decisions concerning lighting can have a dramatic effect on how your interior spaces look and feel. The diversity of styles, fixtures, sizes, finishes, and even bulbs can intimidate rather than inspire a decorator. Begin the process by looking at the rooms of friends and family that you admire and check out the lighting they use.
When you need extra storage in your kitchen, a kitchen cart can come in handy. However, you may have some questions about arranging items efficiently on your cart. This guide provides you with tips on organizing a kitchen cart and finding one that works best for your home.
Dress up the central gathering spot in your home with a stylish, durable kitchen rug. It's easy to add color, texture and warmth to your kitchen with a bright kitchen area rug that fits your style. Whether you need non-slip kitchen mats to place near the sink area or decorative accent rugs as a transition into the dining area, the following suggestions will help you find the area rugs that work for your space. Read on for tips on choosing a kitchen rug.
Designed to dissipate the smoke and odors that cooking on a stovetop produces, range hoods are essential kitchen appliances. Here are a few tips on finding a range hood that will fit your kitchen and give it an updated feel.
It is easy to overlook the importance of lighting when decorating your kitchen. You spend all that time picking out the best cabinets and appliances and then stick with the same flickering fluorescent fixture that came with the house. Kitchen lighting and ceiling fans can do more than just illuminate your kitchen; they can also decorate as well as accent the best parts of your kitchen design.
With more options becoming available all the time, there is a wide selection of kitchen sinks to choose from. Whether you're looking for a sink with a specific aesthetic appeal, a sink to match your current decor or a purely functional sink, the style of kitchen sink you choose is important. No longer are only certain styles of sinks the standard. As homes are becoming more customized, more people are choosing what they want instead of letting the developer decide. One of the most customized rooms is the kitchen, with the sink fast becoming one of the most integral parts of the design. The following are five of the most popular styles of kitchen sinks.
With the wide array of modern kitchen cabinet designs, homeowners can easily choose models that complement and enhance their lifestyles. Picking out the style and color of your kitchen cabinets is easy. But it can be a little more difficult to decide the best way to arrange your cabinets. When positioning kitchen cabinets, it's best to balance functional workspace while keeping an eye on design. In addition to traditional kitchen cabinets, specialty items, such as wine racks, foldout pantry cabinets and slide-out drawers, allow homeowners to combine good looks with functionality. Here are a few home improvement tips to consider when laying out your kitchen design and cabinet positions.
The convenience and comfort that comes from large appliances are a significant part of nearly every modern home. This home appliance buying guide from Overstock.com is designed to help you know just what to look for when shopping for large appliances for your home.
Chandeliers and pendants have always been popular lighting options because they can highlight spaces and bring some pizzazz and sparkle to a room. The popularity of chandeliers and pendants has made Overstock.com's wide selection even wider and has probably left you with several questions about how to choose, hang and care for the right chandeliers and pendants. Read on to find the answers to these frequently asked questions.
Chandeliers are more than just a way to illuminate a room. They add style and become part of the home decor. Like any decorative piece, the right chandelier can make a big difference in the look and feel of a room. A large or ornate chandelier will overwhelm a small living space, and a small, simple one will not look right in a formal dining room. Here's how to choose the best lighting for your home.
Easily recognizable with their colored glass shades and heavy iron stands, Tiffany lamps were first created in 1895 as part of the Art Nouveau movement. They bring the beauty of a stained glass window into your home, whether you choose small table lamps or hanging pendant fixtures. For the look of an authentic Tiffany lamp without the high price tag, shop for Tiffany-style light fixtures. Here are a few suggestions for finding the perfect one for your home.