Italian Inspired Kitchens


As being explained before in the previous articles, maybe you have known how important kitchen design in your home interior design since it would become multifunction room where it is not only about the matter of cooking place but also about having leisure time and spend it with your family. Some kinds of kitchen design you known known about it well, such as Victorian kitchen design, Minimalist kitchen design, modern kitchen design. You have known about those kitchen’s benefits for you. Now, it is time for you to know more about the amazing design of Italian interior design, especially Italian inspired kitchens that would be good information for you to decorate your kitchen design. This Italian kitchen design has warm color, nice texture, also having aesthetic touch that would make you want to stay long in the room. Beside that, you could also add some accessories that would be great for your kitchen.

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In decorating the Italian Inspired kitchen, you should consider about the architectural element of this kitchen design. Maybe the first thing that you should consider is that about the design of the door and the window design since it would affect the the interior design. Beside that, you should also consider about the lighting design in the kitchen since it would affect the whole room kitchen.

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Then, let’s talk about the flooring design and wall design of the Italian inspired kitchen. Maybe in some articles, most of the home, tend to have white color since it would have neutral color of the room. But now, it is very different since Italian kitchen does not suit to this color, but you could choose to have golden yellow or bold terracotta. Here, the matter is about having natural sense of the kitchen. Then, you could also add stone wall, marble tile, or rustic wood for the kitchen room theme. Then, if you want to have wooden flooring design, juts make it natural and let them not to be paint. Then, if you want to have more modern look of the kitchen design, you could have sleeker finishes in tiles, glass and marble.

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Then, what about the accessories? Furniture and accessories are always important in decorating the kitchen. Here, you should consider about the countertop and you could choose stone like design of that countertop. Then, having kitchen table with rustic wood and sea would be great for you since the natural look would be great. Beside that, do not foget to take care of the cabinet design with wooden material of the cabinet.

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47 thoughts on “Italian Inspired Kitchens

  1. Eva Scarlette Nathalia

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  2. Alonzo Cullen Shea L.

    gargantuan tour of London- well done Sir! Now I am inspired to another plane brand across the pond. And I happen to adore your instagram pics- you are an colossal photographer! Was the airport in the pic Gatwick or Heathrow or another?

  3. Demarcus

    NOT A * PILE! I 2 cats and to a * pile – I got rid of it because of all the dust and fur that gets trapped and is hard to even with a vacuum cleaner. I would say a flatwoven wool rug would be ideal for cats!Also – if my cats are coughing up hair balls or are sick they always seem to a rug to conclude it on – its extremely bad to that in a * pile rug – and hard to clean!

  4. Holland

    In Vancouver supermarkets are far and away the most expensive places to acquire staple veggies, maybe not dry goods, but veggies are ridiculously overpriced at places bask in Safeway. neighbourhood grocers are much, considerable cheaper and bear more selection, Chinatown grocers are the cheapest of all – for produce, perhaps because they specialize in and turn it over quickly.

  5. Everett_Jaren

    I one of the contest rules did that the apartment (or at least what is assign up for judgement) must be designed by oneself. Yes, this apartment looks it was professionally done. But, that being said, Chin-hua could extremely well be an architect or interior designer and done it himself. Or, spent a lot of time doing his research before tackling it!

  6. Olive.Rayne

    this book, i mine from when i was a child alas my sisters ripped out half the book, so when i had my son i immediately search for a “new” vintage copy as I wanted the same year print that I had. And I found it on ebay. of course you could also try :

  7. Melina_Clarissa

    It bothers me when people leave these things on all the time. What science fiction book is it where the people exiguous robot cockroach things on them?I given my coworkers instructions: if I ever wearing a bluetooth at work, shoot me.

  8. Aviana_Perla

    Not so about the noise as about the lack of privacy. Where is there a for a child to work alone? There are no separate rooms, no alcoves, not even a cubbyhole. This makes it possible for anyone to interrupt any student anywhere. But creativity, poetry, and the reflection for a deep character are all solitary activities. There are more surfaces here than in the Panopticon, but I it would the same effect.

  9. Cesar Solomon Tobias

    hello Kate,I really, really sympathize. Instead of getting something off of our registry, my in-laws bought my husband and I these extremely orange wooden goblets from Bhutan. Since you acquire made it that you want to at least some of the stuff, I would suggest this glass door bookshelf from Ikea:

  10. Paislee.Astrid

    If not for the prohibition of the blogger, I would write that personal knowledge of architectural code in a foreign country, and for the safety of children, the lack of a second handrail is an indication of how uneasy this makes you feel. But, I know…. Sorry, WE know that all stair posts receive a percentage of each of comments and we already know all of these things but we to and…

  11. Blaire666

    @jazzgirl205 any all purpose cleaner will do, mixed with water. I myself oldfashioned castile soap mixed with water. It does not the harsh chemicals and fragrances and colourings that industrial all purpose cleaners have. And in the of the non liquid Dutch green or yellow soap it is by far the cheapest product as well. If you want to consume an all purpose cleaner I would brands bask in arrangement or Ecover, if available where you live.

  12. Julio-Malaki-Kurt

    I the stripes! I did basically the same thing a few months ago. For mine I white linen and natural linen for the ruffles and left the edges of the ruffles raw. If only i had that tub!

  13. EmmettReilly

    Thanks so everyone for your answers, I some really ideas now! mschatelaine, thanks for your wonderful, thorough response! While the of spending up to a on bedding makes my (penniless) head spin, it IS something to about. Especially, as you said, given the amount of time we in bed AND the fact that most of us are willing to that distinguished on a computers and other gadgets.And I agree with you on wanting plain, classic bedding–fluffy, soft whites, beiges, and creams and if I want a punch of color and texture blankets and throw pillows would the trick.thanks again!

  14. MorganRylie

    @Trig Understood. I wonder though, if you took the archaic hinges off the door, fresh hinges on and it straightened the door, that is not subjective. A straight, fitting door is better than a door that is crooked.Also, what if you had an kitchen floor that had cracks and pieces of linoleum missing from the floor and you down a floor, no cracks, no missing pieces, would that be allowed since that is more fair than subjective?

  15. Kallie

    You could custom-build a corner seat there that completely covers it. Structurally, it would be building a corner booth. Design-wise, though, you could any fabric.The following examples suggest the considerate of thing you could do:

  16. Itzel_Jazlynn

    I was fully expecting the result to some candy floss monstrosity, but it actually looks fairly decent. I would to that the wood be refinished and the hardware kept, but this does catch my nod of approval, which means absolutely nothing.

  17. Aidan-Jermaine-Quinton

    space. I am saddened by all the negative remarks made in relation to his money. It is a tour and he was considerate enough to fraction his home. Is this how you would react if you were invited in face to face? to believe many gradual their computers and throw out insults.Thank you for us into your home. It is aesthetic and decorated so well. Whether that decorating budget was 10 dollars or 10 million, it is and can as inspiration for any budget.

  18. Nathalia

    I really how the whole flows. The green, white and accents as well as the of the bird theme (wall art, clock, lamp shade etc.) really tie the rooms together. I agree with two previous comments…an accent color would be and there is too on top the book shelf.As for it being “too IKEA”, I can personally not only the need for inexpensive (no shipping and saving by assembling it myself!), functional furniture, but also for pieces that I can afford to change when I come by tired of them or without feeling guilty.The clipper art scares me but that probably from a experience as a child… :-/

  19. Arya_Sage

    advice! Decorating a blank palate can be daunting and some people will suffer from decor fatigue and never even begin the process because they are too about not being perfect. slow, pieces you need and can not live without. Also, accurate to your personality-avoid trends.

  20. Madilynn Sariyah

    I live in a cramped town where we must trash bags at $2.50 each up to 20 lbs. They will leave too heavy bags, bags not closed properly, yadayada, it is motivation to recycle. The city picks up recycling and charges each household a fee annually. I the cost of our prisoner orange trash bags will increase substantially over time providing additional recycle it motivation. During cool/cold seasons I often several weeks to absorb a trash bag, in the summer – not so much. I also items for donation – peanut butter jars, oat meal containers and give these to art teachers. Sorry, no compost here its one thing I cannot deal with.

  21. Bryan Conrad U.

    My Dad showed me the basics but when i married, I was never prepared to on the task of remodling. I found TOH on PBS and was an instant fan. At first it was to examine if Bob would through the floor as he bounced on it to test. It was not lomg until I started seeimg things that I needed to repair and the took on a different meaning to me. There was a time that you could send in tips and they would send you a gift. I did not send one in, I called and spoke to Bob himself! They were apt to mail a TOH hat, repair book and book of where to rare items. I the hat but cannot wear it because it is too thick to wear unless it is really cold. At I worked for The Depot…. sponsor for the show… for 18 years. I to wear a plaid shirt and one of my customers to call me Norm because I a beard and black hair. I it a compliment. Between all the guys, I learned a lot, actually done most of it and passed my knowledge to my customers. Thanks to all that quality programmimg this coming. Others tried but no one can beat the fresh best. Hats off and cheers guys!

  22. Royalty_Aiyana

    if money were no object:japanese-style garden bathhouse with a hinoki tub, indoors would to be a vichy shower in a a rustic bathroom white tiles and marble and maybe some wood, double sinks for sure, and a steam option for the shower

  23. Drew 911

    Shazz is right, Milosmom. Most often, if you renovate the one who benefits the most is the landlord if the renovation is considered to be an improvement. You to check with the landlord because it is his property. Of course, you may it to be worth it, as some commented, because you want your to work for you long term. I lived in an apartment that had uneven walls and they looked better with color paint than stark white, and I painted them, then painted them white again before moving. Apartment is a separate living home within a building, by definition, and can rented or bought.I want to more of the apartment. The decorating phase should be up next, yes?

  24. Aubri-88

    I a 1957 mobile home, and I want want a def retro too, so I checked out Marmoleum, which a linleum product(very green) it comes in many, many colors and styles, in either sheet or tiles. Also it not expensive and so easy to clean. Godd luck with your kitchen!

  25. Maxine

    I want to second or third the rave review of The Kitchen Couple – they fair finished our kitchen 2 weeks ago and we could not be happier. We live in a loft in Tribeca and I was a exiguous wary of pairing Ikea cabinets with our other furniture and the but it looks just Poggenpohl. My friends cannot belive they are from Ikea. Bonnie and Ron at the kitchen couple were – everything from the to the installation was professional, and with amazing attention to detail.

  26. Damari.696

    I wish I was done with my project so I could post pictures too, but I am planning on using the bay window in my living room as the dining area. The kitchen is tiny, so my friend is going to me a bench to fit the dimensions, and then I on putting a round (hopefully Saarinen) table in front of it. I absorb to wait and discover how it looks to if I should additional chairs the bench.

  27. Jacqueline Sierra H.

    I to with Max and others – this can not be legal. the occupants realize once administration finds out, they will more than likely be kicked out of the dorms while the janitorial staff gets to hammers to this wall? AT, you * for putting this up seriously – what next, people to steal?If you honestly can not stand your roommate, chances are you can switch out with someone else…and if you are that easily annoyed, beg your parents to pay for a single. Or maybe you should bear went to a college closer to and lived at home.

  28. Eduardo

    hello ladies,i had a fun idea. how about making it a boutique?if you could a few manual Murphy beds made that longways, short or one of each to the wall. ( basically pine 1x12s made in a broad box with plywood.you can prob. google some plans) The reinforcements on the could be placed for storage “display” areas…. for shoes, dresses, sweaters. .. when you fold it up for the day, it reveals all of your accepted things. hows that for a dressing room! lol bonus, it can be different on each side. ceiling lamps that match each of your hung to perfection and night stand table that fold down from the wall if its tight….. or one that has line to accommodate you both. you could also acquire a sitting when its up–just add hooks to the ceiling for the chairs at night.anyway hope you my vision… it could be great!

  29. Ricky Efrain Cash G.

    I consume the Doxie portable scanner with a wifi card that transmits scans directly to Evernote. Paper that comes in the door is scanned at our landing * and automatically saved digitally before being dealt with (usually shred and recycled). I also recommended opting for “paperless” statements and communication whenever available. Most retails will offer emailed receipts now. Using this system and reducing incoming paper leaves us about 80% paperless.

  30. Trenton Jaime Reilly V.

    The bones are beautiful; meaning the choices of furniture and pieces are brilliant. The color palette is elegantly *-neutral which is welcoming to everyone who enters. Items are rather high-taste curiosities. Though seemingly perfect, the is clutter and illustrate that hoarders can be organized. Too many seating areas and creating demarcation for forced conversation rather than allowing for fluidity & flow. I less a for artistic impression than a for expression of mere abundance.

  31. Winston

    beautiful. i know 850 sf is big, but sharing a floor that with someone else does buy some creativity… you did a job of creating discreet spaces with quirky, personal details.

  32. Mason.Triston.Orion

    Nobodyworkshere.com I these but so unrealistic for someone me that has a area office and business. I ample furniture, fireplace, estimable window with Eastern exposure, a MAC but no can it these photos.I would bask in AT to post offices, where someone has lots of materials and needs to multi task.

  33. Isabella Peyton Aadhya E.

    This weekend was horrible. I had to skiing, which a dejected 6 hour drive to Vermont followed by a packed condo and then an expensive day of snowpants, clunky boots and overpriced hot chocolate. Some idiot I had to the chairlift with was yammering on and on about American Idol and – were I not a coward, of physical confrontation – I would hoisted him over the and thrown him into a ravine. NEVER AGAIN. Then I got horribly trashed but then lay in bed obsessing over the desk for the computer center.Here is the quandary: the “computer center” is essentially a nook, sandwiched by the walls that separate the kitchen and library in the ground floor of the townhouse. Although the parlor floor upstairs is wide-plank pine, marble fireplaces and chandeliers, the GROUND FLOOR is a bit more with lots of milk glass, glass walls, Jerusalem tile and sand-colored stone. So this is not the home for an antique desk. Does anyone suggestions for a sleek for a computer center/desk? I could a thick of glass and bear the contractor legs for it so it fills the nook but are glass desks too Miami Vice? Not that Crocket wasn’t – he was. Thoughts?

  34. Nora Taylor Eloise

    winter- and prep grill for summer useClean your HVAC compressor monthly for leaf and crud debris. Turn off and hose off. Change your HVAC filters or the permanent filters, monthly for us with allergies.Have the Chimney sweep the chimney cap- our does it in the and replaces them/repairs them in the spring.Is your damper in the position?Install gutter covers after cleaning guttersCheck sprinkler system in spring before use, monthly in summer.Winterize and drain sprinkler systemLabel breaker box on dry comfortable day with plenty of assistants to furniture and every outlet. not forget outlets on porch, patio, garage, lights in those same places and the attic.Anytime: a bulb inventory for light fixtures which with your home.Create a warranty/manuals binder for all fixtures and appliances in your home.Spring- add mulch to all beds.Clean the washing machine and the dishwasher.

  35. Jaxon-Kian-Alexandro

    @SashaG Totally agree. At first it did seem to bear the fridge as the focal point of the room, but then I realized that the room felt extremely symmetrical. Even the middle shelf lined up with the top of the fridge so it has a seamless look. Thw items higher up and closer to the fridge are items that are not as and are to the eye.As far as lower shelving and backs go, if all lower shelving is in drawer form, it is actually easier on the assist because there is no over-extension. Lower cupboards stink for backs, because of thw bending and simultaneous over-extension, but drawers are much, easier on the back.

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