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Published at Saturday, October 27th 2018, 02:02:26 AM by Hanz Krause. Kitchen. It’s common for the kitchen in such cases to have either a wooden floor with a light color or a black and white checkerboard floor. The monochrome combination is also commonly used for the rest of the décor as well. The main characteristics of this style allows it to be best applied in modern and contemporary kitchens where minimalism is a must. The décor stays interesting and eye-catching through unexpected combinations of colors, textures and shapes or through modern twists added to classical elements.


Types of Stone to Use on a Kitchen FloorTypes of Stone to Use on a Kitchen Floor

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Published at Saturday, November 24th 2018, 04:00:23 AM. Flooring By Patrice Bonnet. One of the hottest trends in home décor is mixing various types of floors to accentuate different zones in your home. As for the kitchen, this mixing may be caused by another reason: functionality. If you love wood but think that it won’t stand all that cooking, make tile or brick floors under the cooking zones and wooden planks around. Such a mix looks very eye-catching and will help you to save your wooden cover.


Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 3)Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 3)

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Published at Wednesday, November 21st 2018, 03:58:33 AM. Kitchen By Noele Garcia. The simplicity and freshness typical to this style are perfect when combined with optimal storage and clever and efficient layouts. Open shelves are particularly common in Scandinavian kitchens. They’re considered really practical, allowing you to easily organize, store and display items which are always within reach and easy to find. Even though white is not the most practical color when it comes to the kitchen, Scandinavian decors always find a way to make it seem stylish.



Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 2)Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 2)

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Published at Tuesday, November 20th 2018, 03:57:04 AM. Kitchen By Noele Garcia. This concept can become a good choice as the island gives you a multifunctional purpose of a dining, preparation and sitting area without having to invest or waste any more space. There’s no kitchen without a kitchen island, even if you think that such a piece isn’t for a small kitchen, you are wrong. Kitchen islands are super functional: these are cooking, washing, peeling and storage pieces; they can accommodate lots of appliances, tableware, dishes, pet food and bowls, books and magazines.


Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 1)Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 1)

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Published at Sunday, November 18th 2018, 03:48:33 AM. Kitchen By Noele Garcia. It’s not a proper rustic post until shiplap has been mentioned. But in all seriousness, shiplap is the perfect way to add some interest and farmhouse flair to your dull kitchen island. Plus, it’s a cheap weekend project which means five stars. Most people fall into one of two concrete counter categories: they like it or they don’t. If you’re a lover, don’t hesitate to add a concrete countertop to your kitchen island.


Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 3)Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 3)
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Published at Saturday, November 17th 2018, 03:24:30 AM. Kitchen By Martino Villa. The deep wood grain against your lighter cabinets will make a bigger impact than you think. Countertops can be the most expensive purchase for a kitchen, excepting the appliances. So what do you do when you only have enough in the budget for the expensive counter choice on the cabinets? You resort to butcher block on the island.



Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 2)Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 2)
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Published at Thursday, November 15th 2018, 03:22:55 AM. Kitchen By Martino Villa. It’s common for the kitchen in such cases to have either a wooden floor with a light color or a black and white checkerboard floor. The monochrome combination is also commonly used for the rest of the décor as well. The main characteristics of this style allows it to be best applied in modern and contemporary kitchens where minimalism is a must. The décor stays interesting and eye-catching through unexpected combinations of colors, textures and shapes or through modern twists added to classical elements.


Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 1)Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 1)

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Published at Tuesday, November 13th 2018, 03:25:05 AM. Kitchen By Martino Villa. Island kitchen is very popular form of kitchen layouts in modern homes, this type of concept can fit in with any layout. It offers you many benefits, for example, a two-leveled kitchen island can be used for cooking and having meals, and if it’s large enough, no other cooking tabletops are required. The only catch here is that you need to ensure that when you plan your island kitchen, you keep in mind the present area that you have.



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