Published at Wednesday, September 26th 2018, 03:09:45 AM by Rosa Walter. Backsplashes. Everyone has their own opinion related to marble as a material suitable for interior decor, especially in the kitchen. The marble backsplash is especially eye-catching. As any other material, marble has both pros and cons and we’ll get to those in a minute. Marble is used as a building material and also in sculptures. There’re many different types, each having its own particularities that help us distinguish between them.
Published at Saturday, September 29th 2018, 03:34:29 AM. Kitchen By Teresa Morelli. Mid-century modern is an architectural, interior, product and graphic design that generally describes mid-20th century developments in modern design and architecture. It’s gaining more and more popularity because everything retro is so trendy today, and because of its coziness. Today I’ve prepared several mid-century modern eye-candies for you – these are cool kitchens. Speaking about mid-century modern kitchens, you’ll see an extensive use of warm-colored wood and maybe some bold colors.
Published at Thursday, September 27th 2018, 03:30:48 AM. Kitchen By Teresa Morelli. Moreover, your kitchen island can do even more! Today we are discussing one more cool kitchen island function: kitchen islands that double as a dining table, or just have a dining or seating area. If you have a big kitchen island, if it’s built up of several rectangles, you may place a seating or dining area right inside it, it will be a very cozy and comfy eating corner or breakfast corner. Of course, it works only if your kitchen is big enough and you have enough space for such a big kitchen island.
Published at Wednesday, September 26th 2018, 03:09:45 AM. Backsplashes By Rosa Walter. The texture and pattern are simple and very popular and a brick backsplash would manage to make the kitchen feel cozy and inviting. A brick backsplash is a relatively simple detail and tends to have an industrial feel. So to make it integrate beautifully into the whole décor you can also use industrial pendant lights or numerous other small details that would match this style. The similarities can also relate to color, texture and pattern so there are also other possibilities.
Published at Tuesday, September 25th 2018, 03:05:44 AM. Backsplashes By Rosa Walter. But concrete is very prone to staining and many other imperfections that can appear. That’s why it’s incredibly important to seal the surface upon installation. Unfortunately, even sealed concrete will show markings, especially olive oil, red wine, juice, or coffee. If you are a freak, opt for some other backsplashes or at least add a glass screen where necessary, some owners go for a fully glass covered backsplash.
Published at Saturday, September 22nd 2018, 03:11:10 AM. Cabinet By Randolph Evans. White cabinets remain at the top of kitchen wishlist. The following kitchens, pulled from the most popular photos feature cabinets in various takes on wood and paint tones to create spaces that range from rich and warm to light and airy. In England, a cloudy green paint color (Sage by Neptune) establishes a soothing farmhouse vibe. Natural light shines on a copper farmhouse sink, creating an artificial sun that’s further reflected by brass cabinet hardware, only to be tamed by dark countertops.
Published at Friday, September 21st 2018, 03:09:19 AM. Flooring By Patrice Bonnet. We bring you some more traditional inspiration in the form of this naturally-toned kitchen floor tile. The space is open and modern but the floor sets the mood for a more welcoming, warmer space for the family. We love the contacting sizes as well making it a more interesting addition to the chic room. Here’s another more traditional choice for kitchen tile. Large, subway pieces in a beautiful natural color set the foundation for this crisp space. We love the white, cottage flair surrounding the room and how it feels both very luxurious as well as family-friendly.
Published at Wednesday, September 19th 2018, 03:05:42 AM. Flooring By Patrice Bonnet. Easy to install with no need for glue or nails, laminate flooring is extremely versatile and also affordable which makes it one of the most common options for basically any type of space, including the kitchen. Laminate flooring mimics solid wood in color and texture but also comes in several other interesting options. It’s easy to clean, maintenance is simple and damaged planks can be easily replaced if needed. You can take advantage of this continuous and open layout to visually connect the spaces and functions and to establish a seamless transition.