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All Time Favorite White Kitchens (Part 1)All Time Favorite White Kitchens (Part 1)

Color Scheme White Laminated Veneer Flat Panel Cabinet Chrome Stainless Steel Counter Top Pullout Faucet Sink Plastic Bar Stool Brown Hardwood Flooring Contemporary Kitchen Island All Time Favorite White Kitchens (Part 1)Color Scheme White Subway Tile Back Splashes Laminated Veneer Flat Panel Cabinet Hanging Shelf Brown Wooden Counter Top Chrome Stainless Steel Pull Down Faucet Drop In Sink Grey Kitchen Mats All Time Favorite White Kitchens (Part 1)Color Scheme White Laminated Veneer Flat Panel Cabinet Counter Top Ceramic Tile Back Splashes Chrome Stainless Steel Pullout Faucet Under Mount Sink Black Porcelain Flooring Kitchen Island All Time Favorite White Kitchens (Part 1)Color Scheme Chrome Metal Pendant Lamp Pull Down Faucet Farmhouse Sink Plastic Bar Stool White Laminated Veneer Flat Panel Cabinet Polyethylene Counter Top Grey Hardwood Flooring Kitchen Island All Time Favorite White Kitchens (Part 1)Color Scheme Brown Laminated Hardwood Flooring Dark Brown Round Bar Stool White Fiberboard Cabinet Black Porcelain Counter Top Subway Tile Back Splashes Kitchen Island All Time Favorite White Kitchens (Part 1)Color Scheme Subway Tile Back Splashes White Fiberboard Cabinet Fiberglass Farmhouse Sink Chrome Stainless Steel Pull Down Faucet Pull Knobs Black Porcelain Counter Top Brown Hardwood Flooring All Time Favorite White Kitchens (Part 1)

Published at Sunday, October 14th 2018, 03:01:25 AM by Armino Ferrara. Color Scheme. One more trendy idea is two-toned kitchens with wood cabinets – upper or lower ones are of wood or plywood, and the second row is colored. You can go for dark-stained or light-colored wood, or for some rich wood tones – it’s up to you, and any sleek cabinet in any color will contrast the wood.


How to Decorate The Kitchen Using Yellow Accents (Part 2)How to Decorate The Kitchen Using Yellow Accents (Part 2)

Color Scheme Purple Painted Wall Back Splashes Yellow White Polyethylene High Gloss Cabinet Counter Top Ceramic Tile Flooring Chrome Pull Down Faucet Hanging Utensil Racks Free Form Pendant Lamp How to Decorate The Kitchen Using Yellow Accents (Part 2)Color Scheme Yellow Curved Polyethylene Kitchen Cabinets Grey Porcelain Counter Top Back Splashes Plastic Peninsula Seating Beige Granite Ceramic Tile Flooring Chrome Faucet Cooker Hood How to Decorate The Kitchen Using Yellow Accents (Part 2)Color Scheme Bare Concrete Back Splashes Wall Yellow Polyethylene Gloss Cabinet Brown Hardwood Flooring Black Glass Dining Table White Plastic Chair White Acrylic Pendant Lamp How to Decorate The Kitchen Using Yellow Accents (Part 2)Color Scheme Soft Yellow Solid Wood Cabinet Chrome Stainless Steel Mushroom Knobs Pull Down Faucet Natural Brown Hardwood Flooring White Marble Counter Top Subway Tile Back Splashes Kitchen Island How to Decorate The Kitchen Using Yellow Accents (Part 2)Color Scheme Black Acrylic Island Pendant Lamp Yellow Polish Cabinet Chrome Stainless Steel Counter Top Grey Ceramic Tile Flooring Brown Laminated Plywood Bar Table Stool Modern U Shaped Kitchen How to Decorate The Kitchen Using Yellow Accents (Part 2)Color Scheme Yellow Polyethylene Gloss Cabinet Chrome Stainless Steel Arch Pull Grey Fiberboard Counter Top Brown Hardwood Flooring Kitchen Island Bronze Wall Hanging Shelf Utensil Racks How to Decorate The Kitchen Using Yellow Accents (Part 2)

Published at Saturday, September 08th 2018, 03:03:44 AM by Marcella Marini. Color Scheme. Light grey shades are are soft, relaxing and combinable. For a modern or minimalist look, go for a sleek look with no handles, for a vintage look choose proper cabinets and add glass armoires. You can refresh the look with white counters and walls, and to make it more eye-catchy you can go for metallic touches, especially lamps and handles. To make your kitchen non-boring boldly add textures or colorful touches to the space, it may be a marble or stone backsplash, a wooden dining set, concrete counters or walls and of course cool tile backsplashes.


Ways to Create a Fancy French Country Kitchen (Part 3)Ways to Create a Fancy French Country Kitchen (Part 3)

Kitchen Brown Laminated Solid Wood Cabinet Black Porcelain Counter Top Beige Brick Subway Tile Back Splashes Hardwood Flooring Rattan Bar Stool L Shaped French Country Kitchen Island Ways to Create a Fancy French Country Kitchen (Part 3)Kitchen Grey Polish Concrete Flooring White Fiberglass Cabinet Brown Granite Gloss Counter Top Fiberglass Farmhouse Sink Metal Chandelier French Country Kitchen Ways to Create a Fancy French Country Kitchen (Part 3)Kitchen Bronze Metal Chandelier White Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Grey Stone Tile Flooring Back Splashes Marble Wooden Counter Top Blue Linen Bar Stool French Country Kitchen Ways to Create a Fancy French Country Kitchen (Part 3)Kitchen Terracotta Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Dining Table Chair Beige Ceramic Tile Back Splashes Counter Top Flooring Bronze Metal Chandelier French Country Kitchen Ways to Create a Fancy French Country Kitchen (Part 3)Kitchen Brown Green Painted Laminated Solid Wood Cabinet Bar Stool Black Porcelain Counter Top Beige Ceramic Tile Back Splashes Stone Flooring Bronze Chandelier French Country Kitchen Island Ways to Create a Fancy French Country Kitchen (Part 3)Kitchen Ceramic Tile Back Splashes Grey Marble Gloss Counter Top Brown Hardwood Flooring Rattan Bar Stool White Fiberboard Cabinet Chrome Pullout Faucet L Shaped French Country Kitchen Island Ways to Create a Fancy French Country Kitchen (Part 3)

Published at Saturday, December 01st 2018, 03:44:24 AM. Kitchen By Hanz Krause. 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.


Ways to Create a Fancy French Country Kitchen (Part 2)Ways to Create a Fancy French Country Kitchen (Part 2)

Kitchen Brown Green Laminated Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Beige Granite Ceramic Tile Counter Top Back Splashes Hardwood Flooring Bar Stool Glass Vintage Pendant Lamp French Country Kitchen Ways to Create a Fancy French Country Kitchen (Part 2)Kitchen Grey Mosaic Tile Back Splashes White Marble Gloss Counter Top Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Transparent Acrylic Bar Stool Brown Laminated Hardwood Flooring French Country Kitchen Ways to Create a Fancy French Country Kitchen (Part 2)Kitchen White Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Brown Porcelain Country Beige Ceramic Tile Back Splashes Flooring Bronze Metal Bar Stool Glass Pendant Lamp French Country Kitchen Island Ways to Create a Fancy French Country Kitchen (Part 2)Kitchen Black Metal Vintage Pendant Lamp Beige Hexagonal Ceramic Back Splashes White Painted Wooden Free Standing Cabinet Grey Marble Counter Top Fiberglass Farmhouse Sink French Country Ways to Create a Fancy French Country Kitchen (Part 2)Kitchen Chrome Round Metal Glass Pendant Lamp White Fiberboard Cabinet Grey Marble Gloss Counter Top Brown Laminated Hardwood Flooring Linen Bar Stool French Country Kitchen Island Ways to Create a Fancy French Country Kitchen (Part 2)Kitchen White Marble Gloss Counter Top Subway Tile Back Splashes Chrome Pull Down Faucet Under Mount Sink Brown Hardwood Flooring Bar Stool Painted Solid Wood Cabinet French Country Kitchen Ways to Create a Fancy French Country Kitchen (Part 2)

Published at Saturday, December 01st 2018, 03:32:01 AM. Kitchen By Hanz Krause. Marble is no doubt a classic choice for kitchen countertops. Pair it with a nice wood stain and you’ll have a look that is decidedly clean and rustic at the same time. Perfect for the kitchen that needs to go both ways. Many people find kitchen renovations daunting due to the sheer expense required to make everything reflect your style. When you’re thinking of revamping your farmhouse kitchen, just wrap your island in beadboard and you’ll find that’s enough said.



Ways to Create a Fancy French Country Kitchen (Part 1)Ways to Create a Fancy French Country Kitchen (Part 1)

Kitchen Black Porcelain Country Marble Back Splashes Bronze Vintage Chandelier White Fiberboard Cabinet Beige Ceramic Tile Flooring Rattan Bar Stool L Shaped French Country Kitchen Island Ways to Create a Fancy French Country Kitchen (Part 1)Kitchen Brown Hardwood Flooring Exposed Ceiling Beam White Grey Washed Painted Solid Wood Black Marble Porcelain Gloss Counter Top Subway Tile Back Splashes French Country Kitchen Ways to Create a Fancy French Country Kitchen (Part 1)Kitchen White Brown Laminated Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Hardwood Flooring Grey Granite Gloss Counter Top Back Splashes Fiberglass Farmhouse Sink Chrome Pull Down Faucet French Country Kitchen Ways to Create a Fancy French Country Kitchen (Part 1)Kitchen Bronze Metal Vintage Chandelier Beige Granite Gloss Counter Top Ceramic Tile Back Splashes Brown Hardwood Flooring White Painted Solid Wood Cabinet French Country Kitchen Island Ways to Create a Fancy French Country Kitchen (Part 1)Kitchen Brown Wooden Bar Stool White Painted Solid Wood Yellow Vintage Glass Island Pendant Lamp Red Wool Mats Granite Porcelain Counter Top French Country Kitchen Ways to Create a Fancy French Country Kitchen (Part 1)Kitchen Chrome Vintage Chandelier White Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Black Porcelain Counter Top Pattern Ceramic Tile Back Splashes Grey Gloss Flooring U Shaped French Country Kitchen Island Ways to Create a Fancy French Country Kitchen (Part 1)

Published at Saturday, December 01st 2018, 03:24:30 AM. Kitchen By Hanz Krause. If you want to save some space, you can just go for a longer or wider kitchen island and use the additional length or width or eating. It’s very smart and you won’t need to buy additional furniture – just a couple of stools. The eating zone may be the continuation of the kitchen island or may be made of some different material to highlight and separate it. The eating space can be raised to a different height for comfort.


Low-Maintenance Concrete Flooring for High Traffic Kitchen (Part 2)Low-Maintenance Concrete Flooring for High Traffic Kitchen (Part 2)

Flooring Brass Metal Sputnik Chandelier Dark Grey Polish Concrete Tile Flooring Brown Laminated Plywood Flat Panel Cabinet Counter Top Back Splash Black Painted Wall Contemporary Kitchen Island Low-Maintenance Concrete Flooring for High Traffic Kitchen (Part 2)Flooring Grey Ceramic Tile Back Splash Brown Laminated Solid Wood Cabinet Counter Top Metal Pendant Lamp Dark Grey Concrete Tile Flooring Black Stainless Steel Pullout Faucet Drop In Sink Low-Maintenance Concrete Flooring for High Traffic Kitchen (Part 2)Flooring Bronze Metal Round Pendant Lamp Brown Laminated Solid Wood Dining Table White Plastic Chair Bar Stool Laminated Veneer Flat Panel Cabinet Grey Polish Concrete Flooring Kitchen Island Low-Maintenance Concrete Flooring for High Traffic Kitchen (Part 2)Flooring Grey Bare Polish Concrete Flooring Back Splashes Dark Brown Laminated Plywood Flat Panel Cabinet Orange Polyethylene Counter Top White Plastic Bar Stool Industrial Kitchen Island Low-Maintenance Concrete Flooring for High Traffic Kitchen (Part 2)Flooring Soft Grey Painted Fiberboard Flat Panel Cabinet Counter Top Grey Polish Concrete Flooring Back Splashes Chrome Pullout Faucet Under Mount Sink Industrial Kitchen Island Low-Maintenance Concrete Flooring for High Traffic Kitchen (Part 2)Flooring Grey Polish Concrete Tile Flooring Kitchen Island Black Round Metal Bar Stool Pendant Lamp Brown Laminated Plywood Cabinet Chrome Stainless Steel Back Splashes Hanging Shelf Low-Maintenance Concrete Flooring for High Traffic Kitchen (Part 2)

Published at Saturday, December 01st 2018, 03:14:14 AM. Flooring By Rosamaria Ferraro. Keep in mind that travertine floors are cold to the touch and hard underfoot so you might want to add some wood just to warm up the decor and the ambiance and to provide some contrast to the space in terms of colors and textures. Obviously, travertine kitchen flooring is not for everyone and the look suits some styles better than others. Consider this option if you prefer a more rustic or traditional decor and a cozy farmhouse feel.


Low-Maintenance Concrete Flooring for High Traffic Kitchen (Part 1)Low-Maintenance Concrete Flooring for High Traffic Kitchen (Part 1)
Flooring Chrome Stainless Steel Round Pendant Lamp Pullout Faucet Under Mount Sink White Fiberboard Flat Panel Cabinet Grey Polish Concrete Flooring Counter Top Contemporary Kitchen Island Low-Maintenance Concrete Flooring for High Traffic Kitchen (Part 1)Flooring Chrome Grey Stainless Steel Laminated Veneer Flat Panel Cabinet Counter Top Black Pullout Faucet Under Mount Sink Bare Concrete Flooring Modern Kitchen Island Brown Wood Bar Stool Low-Maintenance Concrete Flooring for High Traffic Kitchen (Part 1)Flooring White Fiberboard Flat Panel Cabinet Counter Top Grey Bare Polish Concrete Flooring Kitchen Island Table Sink Terracotta Brick Wall Back Splashes Chrome Pullout Faucet Industrial Low-Maintenance Concrete Flooring for High Traffic Kitchen (Part 1)Flooring Dark Brown Laminated Solid Wood Cabinet Brown Square Wooden Bar Stool Grey Bare Polish Concrete Floral Counter Top Industrial Kitchen Island Chrome Pullout Faucet Appliance Low-Maintenance Concrete Flooring for High Traffic Kitchen (Part 1)Flooring Polish Concrete Flooring White Polish Gloss Flat Panel Cabinet Chrome Stainless Steel Back Splashes Pull Down Faucet Sink Brown Laminated Solid Wood Dining Table Black Metal Chair Low-Maintenance Concrete Flooring for High Traffic Kitchen (Part 1)Flooring Grey Polish Concrete Flooring Counter Top White Brown Laminated Solid Wood Plywood Flat Panel Cabinet Chrome Stainless Steel Cooker Hood Round Bar Stool Industrial Kitchen Island Low-Maintenance Concrete Flooring for High Traffic Kitchen (Part 1)

Published at Saturday, December 01st 2018, 03:09:59 AM. Flooring By Rosamaria Ferraro. If you really want to liven up the small, think about installing smaller designs. This tile featured an intricate, black and white geo pattern that brightens and creates dept in a more modern, crisp kitchen. And we love how personalized it feels. It’s also a classic black and white floor. Checkers add fun to contemporary spaces and a retro vibes to kitchens that have that vintage appeal intact.



To Love or Not to Love a Marble Backsplashes (Part 3)To Love or Not to Love a Marble Backsplashes (Part 3)
Backsplashes Grey White Marble Ceramic Tile Back Splashes Black Porcelain Counter Top Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Red Brown Laminated Hardwood Flooring Brown Exposed Wooden Ceiling Beam To Love or Not to Love a Marble Backsplashes (Part 3)Backsplashes Grey White Marble Gloss Back Splashes Counter Top Polyethylene Cabinet Chrome Stainless Steel Pull Down Faucet Under Mount Sink Brown Laminated Hardwood Flooring Black Metal Pendant Lamp To Love or Not to Love a Marble Backsplashes (Part 3)Backsplashes Grey Marble Ceramic Subway Tile Back Splashes White Fiberglass Farmhouse Sink Black Square Pendant Lamp Fiberboard Cabinet Counter Top Chrome Appliance Pull Down Faucet To Love or Not to Love a Marble Backsplashes (Part 3)Backsplashes Grey Marble Ceramic Subway Tile Back Splashes Brown Laminated Hardwood Flooring Round Bar Stool White Fiberglass Farmhouse Sink Painted Solid Wood Cabinet To Love or Not to Love a Marble Backsplashes (Part 3)Backsplashes Grey White Marble Gloss Back Splashes Counter Top Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Chrome Cone Metal Pendant Lamp Pullout Faucet Fiberglass Under Mount Farmhouse Sink Kitchen Island To Love or Not to Love a Marble Backsplashes (Part 3)Backsplashes Gold Geometric Metal Pendant Lamp Grey White Marble Gloss Back Splashes Counter Top Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Natural Brown Hardwood Flooring Black Metal Cooker Hood Appliance To Love or Not to Love a Marble Backsplashes (Part 3)

Published at Saturday, December 01st 2018, 02:41:14 AM. Backsplashes By Germain Durand. Concrete can crack: that’s a risk that comes along with concrete countertops, most commonly when poured in place rather than pre-cast. To prevent it, you may add fiber reinforcement, rebar, and/or wire mesh but if they still appear, they can be repaired. Concrete backsplashes require maintenance. Reseal your backsplash every one to three years, avoid abrasive cleaners and scrubbers that can damage sealer. Consider all these pros and cons and decide if concrete is worth it or not.


To Love or Not to Love a Marble Backsplashes (Part 2)To Love or Not to Love a Marble Backsplashes (Part 2)

Backsplashes Grey White Marble Gloss Back Splashes Counter Top Polyethylene Cabinet Plastic Bar Stool Chrome Stainless Steel Pull Down Faucet Under Mount Sink Kitchen Island To Love or Not to Love a Marble Backsplashes (Part 2)Backsplashes Crystal Square Pendant Lamp Brown Laminated Hardwood Flooring White Marble Gloss Back Splashes Counter Top Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Chrome Pullout Faucet To Love or Not to Love a Marble Backsplashes (Part 2)Backsplashes Grey White Marble Gloss Back Splashes Counter Top Under Mount Sink Polyethylene Free Standing Cabinet Soft Grey Ceramic Tile Back Splashes Square Bar Stool L Shaped Kitchen Island To Love or Not to Love a Marble Backsplashes (Part 2)Backsplashes Grey White Marble Gloss Back Splashes Transparent Fiberboard Glass Cabinet Polyethylene Counter Top Chrome Stainless Steel Pull Down Faucet Appliance Mushroom Knobs To Love or Not to Love a Marble Backsplashes (Part 2)Backsplashes Green Dome Metal Pendant Lamp Grey Marble Gloss Back Splashes Counter Top White Fiberboard Cabinet Laminated Hardwood Flooring Brown Kitchen Mats Grey Brown Wooden Bar Stool To Love or Not to Love a Marble Backsplashes (Part 2)Backsplashes Transparent Dome Glass Pendant Lamp White Grey Marble Gloss Back Splashes Counter Top Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Dark Brown Hardwood Flooring Chrome Pull Down Faucet Under Mount Sink To Love or Not to Love a Marble Backsplashes (Part 2)

Published at Saturday, December 01st 2018, 02:35:06 AM. Backsplashes By Germain Durand. For one thing to choose beadboard, you want to think about the width of the board and the depth of the bead. Wider boards add a soothing effect to a busy, cramped kitchen, while narrower is a good choice if you need to tie a large room together. As to the bead, the deeper it is, the more you’ll get that look of handcrafted quality, but keep in mind, very deep grooves can also be tricky to clean. Beadboard will give your kitchen a cozy rustic touch, or make a bold accent with a contrasting color.



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