Published at Tuesday, October 16th 2018, 03:02:56 AM by Armino Ferrara. Color Scheme. Dark grey shades are also very compatible, and you can rock them with almost anything. Dark grey shades are the best one for creating a moody space, which is so popular today, and you can add navy, black and dark green with copper fixtures to get a gorgeous moody space. Dark grey shades can be also used for vintage kitchens with white counters, backsplashes and walls to refresh this darkness – they’ll look stunning! Add metallic handles and fixtures, some eye-catchy tiles for the backsplash and interesting pendant lamps.
Published at Wednesday, December 05th 2018, 05:32:12 AM. Backsplashes By Marcella Marini. If you wanna add a texture and a unique touch to the space, go for a textural wooden backsplash. It can be a backsplash of reclaimed or aged wood, just some vertical or horizontal wood planks or just some wood clad in a pattern, for example, chevron. You may go for such a look not only for rustic, chalet, vintage and shabby chic kitchens but also for many others, too. Rock a modern kitchen with such a backsplash for a contrast.
Published at Wednesday, December 05th 2018, 05:03:31 AM. Color Scheme By Lanston Wood. Kitchen cabinets are the basis, this is the focal point of any kitchen, they create an ambience and change everything. Choosing your kitchen cabinets will define your kitchen design, so keep them in the style you want. Black or brown wooden cabinets with a sleek design and no handles, black metal cabinets are ideal for a modern kitchen. If you think that dark cabinets are too gloomy, rock light-colored wooden ones with a black tile backsplash. You can also try teal, dark grey and brown and some contrasting countertops and a backsplash.
Published at Wednesday, December 05th 2018, 04:59:04 AM. Color Scheme By Lanston Wood. Such kitchens are created to play with colors and contrasts, so don’t hesitate to choose the colors you like! Red and white, navy and white, emerald and gold, grey and white, black and white – there are thousands of combos to try! I’d say that the most popular combo is white and some shade of grey – if grey is dark, you’ll get a cool contrast, if grey is light – you’ll get an ethereal space.
Published at Wednesday, December 05th 2018, 04:42:51 AM. Kitchen By Johannah Mayer. Who said that modern style doesn’t mean color? There are a lot of colorful designs you can rock, and tons of shades to choose from: mint, teal, red, neon shades, emerald, navy, cobalt blue and almost every color you can imagine! You can go for various two-color combos, which are extremely popular now, or try bold shades with white or cream for a contrast, or just mix some cool shade with black, which is a timeless thing.
Published at Tuesday, December 04th 2018, 01:46:46 AM. Kitchen By Hanz Krause. The kitchen is an odd room. It’s a space originally designed for cooking but, with time, it has also become a social space where friends and families spend time together, where they chat while someone is making dinner or where they simply gather to socialize. But a kitchen needs to be, first of all, functional. It’s a space where style comes second but, nevertheless, doesn’t have to be ignored. It’s a space where everything has to be perfectly balanced.
Published at Tuesday, December 04th 2018, 01:41:46 AM. Kitchen By Germain Durand. A monochromatic color scheme is very modern for any space, and the kitchen is no exception. If monochromatic is what you’re after, be sure to vary the tones and tints of the color itself, as well as the sheen and texture. Notice the variation between all grey aspect of this kitchen among the floor, cabinetry, countertops, and lighting fixture. When combined, the effect is interesting with great visual depth.
Published at Monday, December 03rd 2018, 22:58:40 PM. Kitchen By Germain Durand. Large families definitely need versatility when it comes to square footage. Rustic kitchen islands often have wheels which allow them to be rolled away when you have one too many cooks in the kitchen. Perfect for families that cook together. Of course you don’t have to have rustic wood for your kitchen island to fit into your rustic kitchen. A sleek dark stained wood will be a lovely modern touch to an otherwise textured rustic space.