At Inspiration Kitchens we’ve always believed in using food as a vehicle to change lives. When it comes to layout, always optimize your space; focus on functionality and how your design can cater to the needs of you and your family. Well, I’m not ready for fall yet (except, maybe, for the arrival of white pumpkins!). Dianne painted the cabinets the same color as the walls making the room feel so much larger – great decorating trip!
Through the years Bow Valley Kitchens has provided a superior service and luxurious products to the Calgary and Bow Valley regions. The modern design and stainless steel appliances have completely transformed the old, closed kitchen into a modern home cooking and entertaining hub. The construction of an IKEA cabinet frame (AKURUM) is particle board with a white or beech colored plastic laminate.
Small kitchens benefit from vertical storage solutions, so ensure your kitchen cabinets and units maximise the floor-to-ceiling space and make the most of storage on your worktops – if there’s no room for storing pots and pans, ceiling racks are also a great solution.
The oak built-ins are made from a 150-year-old white oak tree that fell on the property, giving new meaning to locally made goods. Given how highly effective this utilitarian design is, definitely take it into account when considering kitchen designs. For a truly unique kitchen you can combine a variety of kitchen worktops, cabinets, islands and appliances from different designers into a single space, taking the opportunity to truly showcase your kitchen’s personality. Magdalena Björnsdotter and Erik Björklund covered their century-old farmhouse in rural Sweden in bright white paint. To maximize your space, you can include cabinets in your island, purchase spice racks, install hanging pot racks, insert pullout storage and invest in a cart.
An interior design blog by Patricia Gray an award winning interior designer, furniture designer and artist from Vancouver who has who has created personalized environments for celebrities such as John Travolta and is published in numerous magazines including Architectural Digest.