Mar 10, 2015
11 kitchen design dilemmas and solutions
Problem: The windows in my kitchen get in the way of adding upper cabinetrySource: Stacey Brandford Credits: Style at Home
Don’t be afraid to build across the kitchen windows. Install open floating shelves that span the wall, placing glass items in front of the pane so the eye travels through them.
Problem: I have a large family but can only fit a small table in my kitchenSource: Donna Griffith Credits: Style at Home
Install an L-shaped banquette with a couple of chairs around a circular table – not only does this create more seating, but you can use drawers underneath for additional storage.
Problem: My kitchen bores me but I don’t have the budget for a big renovationSource: Stacey Brandford Credits: Style at Home
Make brass your new best friend! This on-trend metal can take your kitchen from bland to glam with just a few hundred dollars. Switch up old hardware with brushed brass beauties and opt for a show-stopping brass faucet.