In Part III, tag along with South Florida kitchen and bath designer Gloria Graham Sollecito as she, with her husband Joe, transitions from suburban family living to a cozy condo by the water.
Technology is a great thing but what about the inevitable “cord spaghetti”? There is a very cool solution for that.
Whether your kitchen is New York City closet sized or vast and expansive, a skillful use of color can make it pop with interest or blend into adjacent areas. Bold colored cabinets are certainly a commitment to say the least but also remember that a little goes a long way.
Anyway where were we?? Ah yes, I was sharing with you five big questions I get from clients. The first post in the series was about under cabinet lighting and here is number 2:
I’m loving this kitchen featured on thekitchn.com. Looks like she’s having way too much fun, huh? Of course I can’t help noticing the design. (Maybe that’s what she’s so happy about.) There is a great idea here. Open space. In this case there is a window in the way which does not allow for an upper cabinet. Even if the window was 15″ or so further to the left that corner area is very difficult to reach. One solution is to put open shelves there or, nothing! It’s okay to have some open spaces in the kitchen when they make sense. It can even create an opportunity for art, which is always a good thing!
If you’d like to read about these hip-home-owning-kitchen-lovers click here.