Coffee makers, mixers, toasters — they can be quite lovely appliances, but in addition to everything else on your counter, they take up a lot of physical and visual space. An appliance garage can store these everyday appliances, without them having to be moved each time you want to use them. An appliance garage can fit seamlessly into your kitchen design through a flip-up hatch or bi-parting cabinet doors, and even double as a coffee bar or even a wine station. Here are a few of our favorite…
Warming drawers, like this @Wolf Appliance custom panel warming drawer is an appliance worth splurging on. Why you ask? Not only are warming drawers great for large dinner parties or for families may not have time to always eat together, but warming drawers can also be used to proof bread or act as a crock-pot. If you love this warming drawer, it’s being featured as part of #30DaysofFerguson at: www.ferguson.com/showrooms/30-days-of-ferguson/?CID=30daysofferguson_2013_WOLF
Warm and Contemporary A neutral color palette unifies and enlarges the kitchen. Wall paint, backsplash tiles, stone-look ceramic floor tiles, and two patterns of quartz-surfacing countertops each display elegant variations on beige. A chocolate glaze on stock cherry cabinets warms the relaxed space.
Contemporary Kitchen Design -- Contemporary to its core, the kitchen in our new house has white cabinetry with slow-close drawers, black granite countertops, stainless-steel appliances, pendant lights, a breakfast bar with room for bar stool seating and more. What is your favorite part of the design?