Published at Saturday, December 01st 2018, 02:29:11 AM by Germain Durand. Backsplashes. Metallic décor got super popular several years ago, and silver and brass popped up in different spaces. But now a metallic shade that is the most popular one is copper because it makes you space look more refined, glam and chic, and this color isn’t hacky. If you want to follow the trend and give your home a trendy copper shine, there’s a great and durable idea for your kitchen. Copper backsplashes can easily fit most of cabinetry colors: white, emerald, black, navy, brown and so on.
Published at Saturday, September 29th 2018, 03:34:29 AM. Kitchen By Teresa Morelli. Styles are being updated and new ones are created but the materials used remain the same. We rarely get to introduce new materials. In most cases we just find new ways of using them. Creativity is very important in this case. You get to use the same basic elements but you also get to be ingenious and to come up with new ways of using them.
Published at Thursday, September 27th 2018, 03:30:48 AM. Kitchen By Teresa Morelli. This midcentury modern kitchen is also open onto the living room. It has a simple and very cohesive décor with furniture made of wood and featuring similar characteristics throughout. The fact that it’s part of a set makes the kitchen seem uniform and simple. The wood adds elegant and warmth to the décor and the color matches the design of the living room.
Published at Wednesday, September 26th 2018, 03:09:45 AM. Backsplashes By Rosa Walter. Ceramic tiles are the most common idea for a kitchen backsplash but it shouldn’t be boring. Pastel tiles with a bit of glitter are amazing for any kitchen, they will easily highlight your kitchen décor and make it pop. Mosaic tiles that create various patterns are a chic option, whatever pattern and shades you choose – they really stand out. Geometric tiles of any kind are the hottest trend, small fish scale tiles that shine are a chic and very modern idea. look how to rock all these tile types below.
Published at Tuesday, September 25th 2018, 03:05:44 AM. Backsplashes By Rosa Walter. 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.
Published at Saturday, September 22nd 2018, 03:11:10 AM. Cabinet By Randolph Evans. New Zealand is known for its captivating outdoor scenery. But this kitchen isn’t bad to look at either. The crisp white floor and ceiling sandwich a well-tailored palette of light wood and blue-gray for a light look that makes a hefty impression.Going with black cabinets can be quite daunting. Because, boy, does it pay off in some cases. This Toronto kitchen is a fitting example. Black cabinets get offset by natural light and doses of white on the countertops, backsplash, walls and range.
Published at Friday, September 21st 2018, 03:09:19 AM. Flooring By Patrice Bonnet. Although this may seem like an odd choice of material for the floor in a kitchen or any other space, it’s a valid option with a lot of interesting characteristics. It’s a look that has a lot of rustic and retro charm and that suits well industrial-style homes or farmhouse-style kitchens. At the same time, this is a look that’s reminiscent of outdoor walkways and patios and you can definitely find inspiration in that.
Published at Wednesday, September 19th 2018, 03:05:42 AM. Flooring By Patrice Bonnet. Bricks are textured and have a typical earthy color and you have to take all that into consideration when planning the entire look and style of your kitchen. Make sure that the brick floor is in sync with the rest of the space. Bricks can be arranged in a variety of different patterns so be sure to check out a few of the options to find the one that best suits your vision of the space. A herringbone pattern can look cozy and familiar because of its visual similarity to parquet flooring.