Published at Wednesday, September 19th 2018, 03:05:42 AM by Patrice Bonnet. Flooring. We love how this idea we find. With tiles gathered from different patterns and designs, they come together to create a design with a “traveling spirit.” It’s eclectic and fun without straying away from the minimalistic simplicity of the kitchen’s overall vision. Or if you looking to add a bit of personality and color to the kitchen, yellow chess tile floor is so much fun. It’ll fit right into a more family-friendly space, vintage-inspired design or even one with a more eclectic or cottage-esque vision.
Published at Saturday, September 29th 2018, 03:34:29 AM. Kitchen By Teresa Morelli. 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.
Published at Thursday, September 27th 2018, 03:30:48 AM. Kitchen By Teresa Morelli. Stone is such a wonderful decorating medium. All the colors and textures that the variations provide make it easy to choose one for your space. Cover the boring bits of your existing kitchen island in your favorite shade for a really cabin like look. You might think that your tiny farmhouse kitchen is just not big enough for an island, but you’re probably wrong. With some wood, stain and a free Saturday, you can build a custom rustic island for your kitchen that will double your work space.
Published at Wednesday, September 26th 2018, 03:09:45 AM. Backsplashes By Rosa Walter. In the kitchen there aren’t many elements that have the possibility of becoming focal points. Usually the walls are painted in a neutral color, sometimes with an accent wall, the furniture has a uniform look throughout and the appliances also share similar characteristics. Among the elements that usually stand out we could mention the hardware, the lighting fixtures and the backsplash.In the kitchen, the backsplash is a must-have.
Published at Tuesday, September 25th 2018, 03:05:44 AM. Backsplashes By Rosa Walter. 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 22nd 2018, 03:11:10 AM. Cabinet By Randolph Evans. E-Wood kitchen is a recent result of the partnership between Snaidero and Iosa Ghini. It represents the most up-to-date woodworking technology, offering doors with a solid outer frame in thermally treated oak. With this special treatment, wood is subjected to a drying process at 190°, which changes its chemical structure and gives positive results with regard to stability and colour.
Published at Friday, September 21st 2018, 03:09:19 AM. Flooring By Patrice Bonnet. One of the greatest advantages of porcelain floor tiles is the fact that they’re relatively easy to install which makes them a great option for DIY lovers and anyone who wants to to save some money. Combined with the low cost of the tiles, this is a wonderful budget-friendly plan. Like we mentioned before, these tiles come in lots and lots of different shapes and colors, including this interesting combo. It’s amazing how much the floor tiles can change a kitchen and how much little things like their form can impact the big picture and the final design.
Published at Wednesday, September 19th 2018, 03:05:42 AM. Flooring By Patrice Bonnet. Concrete flooring is definitely not what it used to be. Not so long ago, we used to hide our concrete floors under tiles, wood planks and carpets and only leave it exposed in outdoor areas or basements. We did that because they looked unfinished and dull and they still do up to a certain point. However, we’ve now started to make the most of these unique characteristics and all the others that define concrete flooring.