Classical KitchenTraditional Kitchen, New York
Photo Credit - Katrina Mojzesz
Interior Design - Katja van der Loo
Papyrus Home Design
Homeowner & Design Director -
Sue Walter, subeeskitchen.com
What Houzz contributors are saying:
8. Reduce open shelving. Open shelving is a great canvas for displaying your favorite decor and cookware, whether it’s on a wall, on an island or at the end of cabinets. But it takes more time and effort to ensure that these spaces are dusted and organized. The upkeep can become overwhelming along with your daily tasks.To shorten your to-do list, place your decor on necessary surfaces like dining tables and countertops instead of unnecessary cabinet shelves. You can also use pillows, chairs, bar stools and lighting as decorative touches.
5. It helps you avoid paying for work you don’t want. Having a clear understanding of your project before construction begins is the best method to significantly reduce the problem of unnecessary charges.With all that said, there is definitely no substitute for having an experienced architect who understands the permit process and building codes. While 3D design can be helpful to you and your architect, know that great designs do not come from computer programs. They come from design professionals who have spent countless hours designing, reviewing plans, improving details and listening to everything you want in your home.Tell us: Are you considering 3D design for your next project?More: Find an architect near you
6. Dreamy kitchen window seat. This big window seat in soft grays and blues adds a dreamy, relaxing touch to this clean and warm kitchen. The built-in adds extra seating space without taking up too much square footage.