cabin kitchen ideas

Cabin Kitchen Ideas

The innovative off-the-grid structure includes mounted solar panels, a solar heating system, concrete flooring and straw-bale walls that give it the ability to produce and maintain its own energy all year. Especially important, the cabin is designed to prevent frozen pipes, even when the family is not in residence. See the rest of this cabin.
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Cabin Kitchen Ideas

Alex, do so enjoy your newsletters. I liked kitchens 1, 3, & 10. We have a small log cabin & I always look for Compact ideas. I have Multiple Sclerosis so money & Ideas on no wasted space are a premium for me. Keep newsletters coming !!!! Thanks, P. Davisn
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Cabin Kitchen Ideas

I love log houses. I make no secret of the fact that I plan for my next house to be one. I’ve been surfing the web for years making notes on awesome layouts, designs and decor for log cabin houses. Since I love to cook, the kitchen has always been one of the most important …
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Cabin Kitchen Ideas

Coventry Log Homes I found myself tempted to include more than just the photograph of the kitchen of this home. I get very excited about good design, and this home is gorgeous! The log home was built by Coventry Log Homes, and was featured in the July 2011 issue of “Log Cabin Homes.” It proves efficiency doesn’t have to be sacrificed when designing grand elegance. Even with its cathedral ceilings and many windows, it earned a 5 Star Plus Energy Star rating. via: Houzz
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Cabin Kitchen Ideas

Welcome to the Canadian Log Homes Blog! Find tons of design tips and inspiration in rustic, contemporary and traditional design. Our website can be found at CanadianLogHomes.com, where we feature log home kits, rustic and cabin decor, modern and rustic home bedding and bedding for little girls and boys.
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Cabin Kitchen Ideas

I love #5, except for one thing. I need windows in my kitchen, and this is all window; I would be wanting to study and eat and work here, too.Except that I never like a bathroom that opens into the kitchen space; you’re always running the risk of mingling odors. Beef stew and composting toilet? Yuck!I could live with #8, the Boulder kitchen. Lots of light, a cross breeze if it’s needed, no bathroom in sight. I would paint it a happier colour and be happy.And #15 is good, too. Nice wood, windows on two sides, a “breakfast” bar that I would use for eating and work. But there’s the bathroom again! I would be moving walls around to open the door on the end rather than the side. Or even to open the b’room door to the outside, as if it were an outhouse; anything rather than into the kitchen area!I have lived with a kitchen about this size; a two-burner hotplate and a small sink, with a roll-out chest freezer underneath the rest of the counter space, and a small fridge beside it. It was fine, even when I served Christmas dinner to the whole assembled family.
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Cabin Kitchen Ideas

#10, Little Beach Cottage Kitchen would be my favorite, and I could definitely live with this kitchen. I love the white cabinets and yellow walls, plus the full size fridge is a plus, although not 100% necessary. #13, New Zealand Artist Tiny Kitchen is 2nd favorite, mainly because it is so sleek. #17, I prefer an L shape rather than a galley kitchen if it’s too narrow, but think I could live with this one.
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Cabin Kitchen Ideas

Rustic Kitchen/Dining Room by Stephen Sills Associates In the collection of rustic kitchen and dining room images that I have gathered, this perhaps most represents my own personal style. I love the subtle beauty and energy of this space. Rustic, and yet very elegant and tastefully executed. Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann-style side chairs clad in an Old War Weavers horsehair surround a table designed by Stephen Sills in the dining room of this Aspen, Colorado, home; the kitchen cabinetry is brushed oak, the vintage French chandeliers are from Avantgarden, and the rug is by Beauvais Carpets. via: AD DesignFile Shop Rustic Kitchen Decor
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Kitchen planning is obviously not a specialty of these guys. For the workflow its essential if somebody is a right or left handler. The no 3 Tumbleweed kitchen and no 1 are a good example for a left handler while no 2 and 10 seems to be designed for a right handler. Kitchen work usually starts with getting ingredients (fridge and dry), cleaning (sink), chopping and preparing and finally cooking and plating. In a tiny house the fridge has to be located where it fits and usually everything is in a range but the above examples are showing that a proper planning can be done.
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The little yellow beach kitchen is still the one for me! Fell in love with it and the entire interior the first time I saw it. Also another one I liked but it didn’t make the top 10, was the all white kitchen in the Proto Haus. I liked the nifty arrangement of the stove nook and semi-enclosed fridge–Also I like a galley kitchen where you can work back and forth. I really like to cook and need full size appliances (even if small). But if someone would drop the tiny yellow beach HOUSE in my lap, I would be a very happy woman!
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Lots of choices, thanks for the photos!. I am live vegan and use the kitchen a LOT so whichever provides the most counter space/storage is best, the best would be the ones with two sides (versus one LONG kitchen). I do not need a dishwasher or clothes washer or dryer (i go to the laundrymat). Amazing how many options and choices there are for tiny homes, and some people do not care much for a big kitchen. namaste’, rachel
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Hello everyone! I have recently returned home from working on a design project in Palm Springs that began with collecting a series of  beautiful images of rustic, farm-house and country kitchens for design inspiration. I often use images in order to kick-start the whole brain-storming process, and it’s a productive and enjoyable way to capture the essence  of what the home owner hopes to achieve. The home had been completely gutted, and we were looking to create harmony between both contemporary and rustic design elements. I thought it would be a great idea to share the images as a source of inspiration for those looking to create a rustic or country kitchen in their own home.  Rustic can take on many forms, and so viewing images is a great way to define and set perimeters. In the Palm Spring project, we were inspired by a painting and used this to draw out the palette of the rest of the home. The following images show a diverse range of rustic design, and I hope that you enjoy viewing them!  I have also included 10 great tips in achieving a rustic home design, how to incorporate color into rustic kitchen design, and some great kitchen decor from Black Forest Decor.
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10. Bring the Outside In Because rustic design is often aligned with the region where you live, bringing the outside in is a great way to add rustic flair to your kitchen. Consider installing cabinets made from wood of the surrounding area. The same goes for your choice of hardwood flooring, if there’s a good match available. If your kitchen has nice views of the flora outside, try matching the interior paint color to the dominant flowers within eyesight. Southwestern rustic might call for some cacti and deep reds, greens and browns. A country style rustic palette should feature lighter blues, oranges and yellows. Shop Rustic Kitchen Decor
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6. Natural Materials Rustic charm is all about retaining a natural look. This is why hardwood floors are a better fit than tile or linoleum. In addition to wood, use other natural materials to bring the design full circle. Stone is a great choice for your counter tops, and there are tons of colors and patterns to choose from. Wrought iron fits with the rustic look, so incorporate some of it into your kitchen design with pot racks, recipe book stands and baker’s racks. Clay and terracotta are great ideas if you’re going for a Southwestern rustic look.
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8. Hardwood Floors Rustic charm is all about retaining a natural look. This is why hardwood floors are a better fit than tile or linoleum. In addition to wood, use other natural materials to bring the design full circle. Stone is a great choice for your counter tops, and there are tons of colors and patterns to choose from. Wrought iron fits with the rustic look, so incorporate some of it into your kitchen design with pot racks, recipe book stands and baker’s racks. Clay and terracotta are great ideas if you’re going for a Southwestern rustic look.
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The kitchen is in an addition built in 1986. “The work was done by a local gentleman who added lots of interesting quirks that presented some challenges,” Ricco says. For instance, a structural post holding up a balcony in the middle of the kitchen is a big appliance door-blocker and dictated some of the layout.

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