Rustic Reclaimed ChestnutRustic Kitchen, Burlington
Everyday dishes are displayed on three understated shelves, also crafted from Reclaimed Chestnut.
Photo Credit: Crown Point Cabinetry
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3. Temper warmth with tiling With so many tiles to choose from it can be tricky to make a decision. Subway tiles are a classic choice that will work with almost all kitchens – from traditional to contemporary. For future-proofing, stick to smaller, slimmer styles, which tend to look more timeless. The tactile beauties here have a handmade quality that enhances the rich hue of the wooden cabinets, while brightening the whole space.
68. Make your oven do double dutyIn a dinky kitchen, your choice of oven could have a significant impact on saving space.Where there’s no room for a microwave and an oven, consider a combi microwave oven with grill that will do everything – something like the model shown in this rustic-industrial kitchen. If the kitchen’s about to be built, go for an integrated model to give more of a streamlined effect. If you’re adapting an existing kitchen, and pulling out the oven to make more cupboard space, you could mount a non-built-in model on a wall shelf.