My Kitchen Plan
240 square feet (22 square meters); 12 by 20 feet Created a separation between the kitchen and dining area. Cabinets-White oak with flat-panel fronts and minimal grain variation. Other features. Sintered stone countertops in a matte finish. Blue mosaic backsplash tile. The tile provides the perfect splash of color and complements the warm undertones of the cabinets. Cabinets conceal the ventilation hood above the induction cooktop. A decorative wood panel behind the sink has a raised portion that conceals countertop clutter from the dining area. By carrying the backsplash tile line across the window, we further distinguished the kitchen from the dining space, Additionally, by paneling the dishwasher and refrigerator and concealing the hood, we created a seamless backdrop.
A classic pale limestone is a beautiful look, giving a bathroom an impression of light and space. Real limestone also feels lovely underfoot when you’re getting out of the bath: smooth & not too cold. However, since limestone is porous, it needs to be carefully maintained and sealed to keep moisture from getting in. A porcelain or ceramic option in a similar hue could be an alternative if this is a concern. Check that the limestone you choose has a textured rather than an ultra-smooth finish to avoid slips and slides.
Foster’s Phantom BASE allows for an integrated sink look with durable stainless steel on the bottom of the sink basin. Italian company Foster debuted its stainless steel Phantom BASE this year. The product works in tandem with the integrated solid surface sink trend. It maintains the integrated look while providing the practical durability of stainless steel at the bottom of the basin.
mid-century modern galley gray floor kitchen with undermount sink, flat-panel white cabinets, white backsplash, mosaic tile backsplash, an island and white countertops
BATHROOM - cabinet
KITCHEN - Like spice rack
CLOSET- like divisions
Banish Burn Marks- If burn marks won’t come off your stainless steel stove, try this simple DIY recipe: 1 cup baking soda ¼ cup lemon juice 3 tablespoons Borax Club soda (for rinsing) Combine the first three ingredients to make a cleaning paste. Apply this paste to the entire stained area with a soft cloth. Scrub in the same direction as the grain of the stainless steel. Rinse with club soda and wipe dry with a microfiber cloth.
BATH- separate cabinet
BATH- separate cabinet
TINY HOUSE KITCHEN- On the kitchen side of the peninsula, two drawers store pot holders and drying mats, while two cabinets (one large and one smaller) hold glass baking dishes, plastic storage containers, rolled kitchen towels and cookbooks.
Tiny House Kitchen low-profile slide-in range + raised microwave allow the backsplash to stand out. New waterproof solid-surface wood-look luxury plank flooring provides rich contrast to the lighter cabinets and absorbs sound. Looked at bamboo and engineered hardwoods, but put it over the existing hardwood floor. sink is a white enameled cast-iron farmhouse-style model with a polished chrome faucet. Sink: Whitehaven, Kohler; sink faucet: Artifacts, Kohler
TINY HOUSE- kitchen ideas
BATHROOM- like cabinet
BATHROOM-elongated hexagonal Italian porcelain tile in matte white. The 12-by-24-inch floor tiles are brushed-concrete-look porcelain from Daltile. Floor tile: RevoTile in Power Grey, Daltile; wall paint: Hazy Skies, Benjamin Moore
KITCHEN- lower wood cabinets with a high-gloss lacquer finish and micro-radius edges. Rather than continuing the glossy white cabinetry, the refrigerator is seamlessly hidden in tall Douglas fir cabinets, which continue over the quartz counters
Lacanche range + soft blue Heath tiles for the wall. “It’s a French gas range (sky blue color called Armor to complement the tile).
Wall paint: Simply white, Benjamin Moore; vanity paint: Kensington Blue, Benjamin Moore; countertops: Calacatta Nuvo, Caesarstone; herringbone floor tile: Savoy collection, Ann Sacks
TINY HOUSE-kitchen w/ sink in the corner
LIVING ROOM- accent wall
KITCHEN -A marble backsplash slides to reveal oils and spices.
TINY HOUSE-Kitchen 122 square feet
TINY HOUSE- 150 sq ft kitchen
wood-paneled accent wall painted a rich, dark blue and layers of cozy white bedding & bedside furniture,
BATH-The hands-free Wave Switch from Legrand
BATH-10-foot-tall porcelain panels line an open shower, creating a clean look.
BATH- Slab quartz and porcelain showers. Engineered materials aren’t just for countertops and backsplashes. Cambria’s quartz product can now be cut as thin as 6 millimeters and be used to clad fireplaces and shower walls, as seen here with its new Colton color.
BATHROOM- 8-by-36-inch matte porcelain floor tiles with a wood grain finish make the 50-square-foot space feel larger than it is.
Hands-free faucets-2020, Grohe’s Ladylux L2 SmartControl faucet, shown here, features a push button on the end to turn the water on and off, operated with the bump of an elbow.
BATHRM- cabinets + clean lines
KITCHEN-windows & backsplash
KITCHEN- like cabinets
CLEAR ACRYLIC grab bar & toilet paper holder
TINY HOUSE- bedroom
Gray is also a beautiful tone to pair with warm metallic accents. If you love a brassy faucet or sink, a gray counter will bring out those warm tones so they really shine.
TINY HOUSE KITCHEN- like charcoal rich countertop can actually be the better choice to bring out subtle colors in powder blue door painted cabinets.
TINY HOUSE KITCHEN- Lighter woods tend to have more of a casual or rustic feel compared with darker-stained options. Light-stained or unstained woods can have a cottage-inspired feel or a Scandinavian vibe depending on whether you pair them with traditional or modern accouterments. In either case, a traditional runner rug makes an excellent complement.
TINY HOUSE KITCHEN- Like wood w/ all white countertops. like chairs
Flecked or softly veined white countertops good if: You want the space to look big, light w/out feeling clinical or want white countertops but don’t want every crumb to show. Also works well paired w/ brass accents. Again, the subtle richness holds its own without fighting for attention and keeps the countertop from feeling too austere
TINY HOUSE- white and blue is a classic nautical combination, so while off-white would also work, a pure white counter looks beautiful paired with blue-painted cabinetry
Especially true for modern flat-front cabinets in a wood finish with a yellow-orange undertone. Pure white counter will keep the look feeling fresh and contemporary instead of retro.
All white countertops: Spaces that have great deal of bold character in the other finishes, such as grainy wood cabinets, can benefit from a super simple counter as a visual break.