Tuesday, August 3

Kitchen

Kitchens That Connect From Inside To Outside
Kitchen

Kitchens That Connect From Inside To Outside

The kitchen is one of the most important rooms or spaces in any home because of its functionality and role in bringing family members together. When building the kitchen, one needs to make sure that the design and the layout of the kitchen are good enough to meet up to its functions and at the same time have a great appearance. Today we’ll be taking a look at one of such designs that features the kitchen as a home addition which creates a connection between a houses’s interior and outdoor areas. An architecture firm called Benn+Pinna worked on this home addition project to a small house in Sydney, Australia. The kitchen features a dining area on the interior side and a BBQ grill in the outdoor area or courtyard which also doubles as a lounge for reading or relaxing with friends. B...
Picking the Best Kitchen Countertop
Kitchen

Picking the Best Kitchen Countertop

The advantages of using this slab material include its natural and unique look that has a colourful and distinct veining pattern. It is resistant to heat, cuts, or scratches, and most stains especially when it is properly sealed and polished. However, the edges can chip off and is costly to fix. It may also need periodic resealing to remain stain free. 1. Quartz This is much similar to granite in appearance. However, one major difference is that it requires no maintenance. On the downside, its edges chip off easily. 2. Laminate This is another popular option that resembles natural stone, wood, or quartz. It is a cheap option. Although it’s heat resistant, cutting directly on it can cause permanent damages. 3. Wood Wood is another favourite choice because of how decorative and beauti...