Nordiska Kök has created this open plan kitchen

In collaboration with Swedish fashion label Stylein, Nordiska Kök has created this open plan kitchen for the fashion label’s founder. Using the quintessential Scandinavian clean lines the space is composed in light ash, milestone countertops, pale green, and minimalist shapes. “The Nordic minimalism, the clean lines and soft colours areRead More →

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In the project designed by Unduo the living room and kitchen are a single environment conceptually divided by the line of pillars, along which there is also a sofa. The latter faces the living room, composed of a bookcase, a vintage armchair and a surprising yellow sideboard, and turns its back on the dining area, with a table and four different chairs, and the kitchen, made up of a black island and a wall with three built-in columns for a fridge, oven and pantry.Read More →

Small Kitchen with green grey cupboards and a green brick pattern splash back

When you have a snug space, you have to make every inch count with some smart layout tricks and storage solutions. Do that, and all of a sudden your 40-square-foot kitchen goes from meh to yay . Still need a bit of info? You’re in luck—we’ve got 10 amazing spacesRead More →

The Scandinavian interior design has become one of those styles that were brought into existence for practicality and yet they leaned on quite a lot longer because of their beauty. In the case of the Scandinavian kitchen interior, practical design is the absolute key to its increasing popularity. Source: 15Read More →

My friend Nancy DeVries and her husband Brad have lived in their house for 9 years and two years ago they embarked on an extensive renovation. They added a garage, renovated the kitchen and laundry room as well as extended the kitchen further into their backyard where it backs ontoRead More →

For many of us, the kitchen is the heart of the home — where you cook meals for your family, gather with friends, and do just about everything from paying bills to finishing up work and everything in between. So when it’s not working, for whatever reason, you really feelRead More →

We are always on the lookout for new trends that help redefine our homes and give them a seasonal upgrade that ushers in freshness. And one room of the house that demands the most attention in this regard is the kitchen. It is a space that requires the perfect balanceRead More →

Dering Hall is the premier digital publishing and content site for the design industry. A curated resource for discerning customers and high-end industry professionals, we provide insider access to the best in design stories and one-of-a-kind luxury products. Source: 15 Stunning Double-Height KitchensRead More →

Whenever you see a person in a movie struggle to survive in a very small apartment where the kitchen, bedroom, and living room are all in the same small space, it’s perceived as comical. But if it’s you or a close friend living in a microapartment, that humor quickly dissipates.Read More →

Pink is a gorgeous color, it has a lot of shades from the rightest to the most tender ones and can be used in literally any space – not only in girlish rooms. Pink is often incorporated into bedroom, closet, bathroom decor but we don’t see it often in theRead More →

Swedish kitchen company Nordiska Kök have created another beautiful kitchen, this time in collaboration with Scandinavian fashion brand Stylein . One of Sweden’s most beloved contemporary womenswear brands, it was nominated for Sweden’s most prestigious design award Guldknappen in 2017. Source: Nordiska Kök Bespoke Kitchen for Stylein Founder Elin AlemdarRead More →

8/6/18 DeVol has done it again with this beautiful black kitchen. called the ‘Chipping Norton Kitchen’ , its glamorous glossy black cupboards paired with those statement-making San Simone Quartzite worktops and beautiful hints of warm brass and copper look so chic. devol took their simple Shaker cupboards and painted themRead More →

Minimal kitchen with a rail I love the minimal look of this kitchen in white. There are high cupboards (or just an exhaust maybe) only on one side of the kitchen, which makes this setup light. The layout is balanced by these two chrome lamps above the left countertop andRead More →

Target fans rejoice! The Bullseye is launching another new home brand and this time it’s all about getting back to the basics (without sacrificing an ounce of style). We already know and love Target’s other home lines—Opalhouse, Hearth and Hand, Threshold, and Project 62—and their personality-filled aesthetics, but Target hasRead More →

Smart Configurations for Small Kitchens Small spaces sometimes have to host essential functions. How can you incorporate the kitchen into your design in the best possible way when your floor space is limited? We have thoroughly reviewed our published projects to select 7 houses in which the architects have effectively solved this problem, using intelligentRead More →

The kitchen is the hub of modern life as we know it. It is the go-to gathering place for the family, the regular haunt of the homework club and the hottest spot for post-work drinks. From the point of view of an interior designer, the kitchen harbours more design possibilitiesRead More →

Showcasing their creative bent with amazing concepts, Electrolux is out to woo you with their innovative Assisted Cooking Concept Kitchens at the EuroCucina 2018. You can view Part 1 here. In the words of Simon Bradford, “a range of explorative kitchen concepts that demonstrate assisted cooking to help people getRead More →

  This kitchen is perfectly nice! It’s got lots of windows, a beautiful hardwood floor, and classic cabinets. Its owner, however, wanted something beyond perfectly nice, and, after four years of plotting and planning, made it into something special. Source: Before and After: A Cheerful, Sunny Kitchen for Only $2,500Read More →

Danish fashion designer Stine Goya’s recent spring/summer 2018 10-year anniversary collection featured more of her signature bold and brilliant colours and shapes: pinks, mustards, and Persian blue. Though across the floral motifs and sequinned stars on pantsuits, jumpsuits, billowing skirts and tiered dresses—the light was distinctly golden. Gold is, apparently,Read More →

Cecilie Manz positioned pine slabs at 45-degree angles to match the cut-out door handles of this IKEA kitchen, customised for Danish brand Reform. Manz is the latest in a line of renowned designers to create a kitchen for Copenhagen-based Reform, which specialises in the customisation of IKEA’s Metod kitchen cupboards. Called Degree, Manz‘sRead More →