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

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Published at Saturday, December 01st 2018, 02:35:06 AM by Germain Durand. Backsplashes. Tiles are very popular for backsplashes of any kind because they look posh and are long-lasting, they also withstand high temperatures that can appear around the cooking area. Silver, brass, copper ones, small and narrow rectangular ones, penny ones or more eye-catching, in some bold and creative shapes. Make a bold backsplash not only in the cooking spaces, highlight your home bar or another zone with metallic tiles – it’s always a great solution that never goes out of style.


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. Add some femininity to your floor’s design by using this cottage-flavored vision with ease and bouts of girlish charms. We love getting a surprise piece of art in a place so unsuspecting. Hexagon tiles have a certain contemporary vibe as well and how it acts as such a clean palette to build and decorate upon. If you’re looking for something versatile, then this choice should definitely be at the top of the list.


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. Most midcentury modern homes usually have the kitchen and the living room separated by a wall. It’s an interior design detail that can be adapted and changed. As for the style, the kitchens, just like the rest of the home, have simple interior decors and it’s visible that things take a turn towards minimalism. Still, the décor remains elegant and somewhat sober. But let’s take a look at a few examples to see exactly how this type of kitchens looks like.



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. Most midcentury modern homes usually have the kitchen and the living room separated by a wall. It’s an interior design detail that can be adapted and changed. As for the style, the kitchens, just like the rest of the home, have simple interior decors and it’s visible that things take a turn towards minimalism. Still, the décor remains elegant and somewhat sober. But let’s take a look at a few examples to see exactly how this type of kitchens looks like.


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 a great thing if you’re into the farmhouse style but not so much if you lean towards sleek modern lines.However, there is one element of rustic decor that you can seamlessly add to any kind of home, no matter what your style is. You’ll find that a rustic kitchen is just the piece you’ve been looking for. Yes, even in a modern home, the worn edges and rough wood of a rustic kitchen island can make your space feel loved and lived in. Take a look at these rustic kitchen to discover which style will work best for you.


Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 3)Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 3)
Kitchen Black Square Ceramic Tile Back Splashes Grey Brown Laminated Wood Cabinet Island Table White Marble Counter Top Hardwood Flooring Exposed Ceiling Wooden Beam Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 3)Kitchen Chrome Metal Pendant Lamp Bar Stool Black Porcelain Counter Top White Solid Wood Cabinet Brown Laminated Hardwood Flooring Exposed Ceiling Wooden Beam Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 3)Kitchen Brown Exposed Ceiling Wooden Beam White Solid Wood Cabinet Porcelain Counter Top Square Rattan Bar Stool Laminated Hardwood Flooring Modern Farmhouse L Shaped Kitchen Island Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 3)Kitchen Brown Laminated Hardwood Flooring Grey Marble Gloss Counter Top White Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Beige Square Faux Leather Bar Stool Penny Tile Back Splashes Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 3)Kitchen White Marble Counter Top Ceramic Tile Back Splashes Grey Brown Hardwood Flooring Black Metal Pendant Lamp Linen Bar Stool Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Island Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 3)Kitchen Monochrome Pattern Mats White Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Polyethylene Counter Top Fiberglass Farmhouse Sink Chrome Pull Down Faucet Grey Marble Back Splashes Modern Kitchen Island Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 3)

Published at Saturday, November 17th 2018, 03:24:30 AM. Kitchen By Martino Villa. An all-white kitchen has been a kitchen sought after in recent years; the crisp, clean appearance and light airiness of a white kitchen certainly has its appeal! But there are many color options for a contemporary kitchen that still look fresh, with more than a pinch of personality thrown in.



Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 2)Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 2)
Kitchen Grey Brown Exposed Ceiling Wooden Beam Grey Painted Solid Wood Cabinet White Fiberboard Farmhouse Sink Porcelain Counter Top Hardwood Flooring Modern Kitchen Island Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 2)Kitchen White Fiberglass Farmhouse Sink Grey Polyethylene Counter Top Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Chrome Pullout Faucet Brown Wooden Flooring Bar Stool Black Metal Pendant Lamp Modern Kitchen Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 2)Kitchen Terracotta Ceramic Tile Flooring Beige Square Back Splashes White Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Bronze Pendant Lamp Grey Porcelain Counter Top Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Island Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 2)Kitchen Chrome Metal Bar Stool Pull Down Faucet Glass Pendant Lamp Brown Laminated Solid Wood Cabinet Island Table Flooring Grey Porcelain Counter Top Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 2)Kitchen Brown Laminated Hardwood Flooring White Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Grey Polyethylene Counter Top Subway Tile Back Splashes Fiberglass Farmhouse Sink Modern Kitchen Island Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 2)Kitchen Red Brown Laminated Hardwood Flooring White Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Grey Marble Porcelain Counter Top Fiberglass Under Mount Sink Chrome Pulldown Faucet Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 2)

Published at Thursday, November 15th 2018, 03:22:55 AM. Kitchen By Martino Villa. Most midcentury modern homes usually have the kitchen and the living room separated by a wall. It’s an interior design detail that can be adapted and changed. As for the style, the kitchens, just like the rest of the home, have simple interior decors and it’s visible that things take a turn towards minimalism. Still, the décor remains elegant and somewhat sober. But let’s take a look at a few examples to see exactly how this type of kitchens looks like.


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

Kitchen Brown Laminated Hardwood Flooring Island Table White Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Subway Tile Back Splashes Marble Porcelain Counter Top Square Rattan Bar Stool Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 1)Kitchen Grey Brown Exposed Ceiling Wooden Beam Grey Marble Porcelain Counter Top Brown Hardwood Flooring White Round Genuine Leather Bar Stool White Solid Wood Cabinet Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 1)Kitchen Brown Exposed Ceiling Wooden Beam Natural Laminated Hardwood Flooring Counter Top White Painted Wood Free Standing Cabinet Chrome Pendant Lamp Subway Tile Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 1)Kitchen Grey White Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Black Marble Porcelain Counter Top Subway Tile Back Splashes Brown Laminated Hardwood Flooring Round Bar Stool Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Island Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 1)Kitchen Glass Pendant Lamp Dark Blue Painted Solid Wood Cabinet White Porcelain Counter Top Brown Hardwood Flooring Hanging Shelf Fiberglass Farmhouse Sink Black Bar Stool Modern Kitchen Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 1)Kitchen Brass Metal Glass Pendant Lamp Brown Laminated Hardwood Flooring Round Bar Stool White Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Black Porcelain Marble Counter Top Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 1)

Published at Tuesday, November 13th 2018, 03:25:05 AM. Kitchen By Martino Villa. 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.



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