Orange Kitchen Design Ideas
Photos: Natalie Mendham
Key design aspectsColour palette: White, black, recycled timber, stainless steel and yellow.Materials palette: FSC-certified black form-ply, recycled Tasmanian oak, stainless-steel and ceramic tiles.Key pieces of furniture: The joinery is by ARKhus, and the recycled timber dining table was created by The Bearded Tradesman. - jeffrey_turner34
The stone splashback compliments the wooden floors and cabinetry whilst providing a visual warmth to the space
Lighting idea ... - anjannette30
An eclectic mix of furniture, fittings and accessories tied together with some clasic material combinations.
Photography by Jeff McEwan from Capture Studios Wellington
Kitchen diner (not the green drawers) - webuser_8328878
This maple butcher block pull out is a unique feature of this zebra wood coffee centre.
156 Jessop Avenue
Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y4
Edmonton, AB T5N 3W1
1733 McAra St
Regina, SK, S4N 6H5
Kuiken Brothers Classical Moulding installed in this classic Bergen County, NJ restoration. The stock classical profiles were an extremely close match to the original profiles installed in the home. The homeowner chose KB Classical Moulding Collection as he wanted to keep the homes original charm, scale and proportion. Complete details about the Classical Moulding Collection can be found on www.kuikenbrothers.com/classical
These cabinets were refaced in glazed white. The doors were maple with a presidential miter. Crown Molding, rope trim, lovely corbels and door end panels are used throughout for a very elegant look. Undercabinet lights keep things bright while storage optimizers keep life easy. Hidden away in these cabinets are rollout drawers, a trash and recycling pullout, tray divider and spice drawer.
A stunning mountain retreat, this custom legacy home was designed by MossCreek to feature antique, reclaimed, and historic materials while also providing the family a lodge and gathering place for years to come. Natural stone, antique timbers, bark siding, rusty metal roofing, twig stair rails, antique hardwood floors, and custom metal work are all design elements that work together to create an elegant, yet rustic mountain luxury home.