Kitchen Interior Designers Inver Grove Heights MN

If you are planning to design your kitchen, you must consider what priorities and requirements you have of your kitchen. Kitchen design ideas may take into account the uses of the room such as meal preparation needs, types of appliances, etc. See below for more information to find kitchen interior designers in Inver Grove Heights, MN for your kitchen improvement project.

Kitchens by Krengel
(651) 698-0844
1688 Grand Ave.
St. Paul, MN
 
Belle Kitchen
(612) 343-8889
275 Market Street, Suite 110
Minneapolis, MN
 
TJT Construction Services Co.
(651) 552-5913
3155 81st Ste. E
St. Paul, MN
 
West End Kitchen, Inc.
(651) 968-8189
188 W. 7th St.
Saint Paul, MN
 
Daryl's Custom Woodehop
(651) 208-9006
3460 Commonwealth Ave.
Woodbury, MN
Services
residential remodeling, custom cabinets, custom furniture, wood turning, custom mill and case work.
Hours
9am to 5pm
Awards
bbb 2010 award
Membership Organizations
bbb of minnesota & n. dakota

Sawhill Custom Kitchens & Design Inc.
(612) 338-3991
275 Market Street, Suite 157
Minneapolis, MN
 
Hauer Construction
(651) 472-4772
3871 65th St. E.
St. Paul, MN
 
Ries Electric Company
(651) 451-2238
777 N Concord St
St. Paul, MN
 
Bullseye Remodeling
(651) 770-0522
368 Londin Cir
Saint Paul, MN
 
Hearthwood Kitchens
(651) 271-4032
1875 Lochaven Dr
St. Paul, MN
 

Kitchens | Kitchen Design

Cook up a fabulous kitchen design

It is no surprise that the word "hearth" has the word "heart" in it. The hearth was once the center of a home, providing warmth and nourishment to its inhabitants. Today, the hearth has been replaced by the kitchen, and although it is no longer responsible for a family's heat, it is still an integral part of the family's nourishment. Thus, the kitchen remains a vital and central part of any home.

Kitchen Decorating

Because the kitchen is so functional – as opposed to bedrooms and living rooms , whose primary purposes are relaxation and entertainment, respectively – its style tends to be ignored. Rather than choosing a guiding theme, many homeowners simply buy the kitchen appliances and furniture they need according to price and availability. But while cost and convenience are certainly important factors in such a major purchase, they shouldn't be the only ones. Selecting an overall design for your kitchen – one that reflects your taste and fits within the overall structure and feel of your home – increases your home's aesthetic appeal. This is especially true if your kitchen opens into another room, such as a dining room or living room.

Some popular kitchen designs include country, French country, art deco, vintage and contemporary.

A country kitchen harkens back to the days when homes really did center around a hearth. The fire is replaced by a gas range , but the wood kitchen table or large harvest table remains the centerpiece. A matching china cabinet is the perfect place to display the heirloom dishes.

For a slightly less rustic, more Old-World country feel, try a French country kitchen. A bistro table recalls the charm of European patios, heightened by the addition of plants and pottery in warm, rich tones. Stone or brick accents take the look to the next level.

If you want to recreate a time rather than a place, perhaps art deco, vintage or contemporary kitchen accessories are perfect for you.

An art deco kitchen recalls the fun and frivolity of the Roaring '20s. Square and rectangular fixtures (such as sinks and stoves) are set off by ornate, curvy accents (faucets and knobs), while neutral hues like white, black and gray are interrupted by punches of color, especially red.

Borrowing heavily from the art deco period but with a slightly straighter edge, modern design also features the same basic palette, with a few less curves and a bit more shine. Reminiscent of the 1950s, a modern kitchen is ...

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