Published at Thursday, October 04th 2018, 02:21:44 AM by Rosamaria Ferraro. 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.
Published at Saturday, September 08th 2018, 03:03:44 AM. Color Scheme By Marcella Marini. A green kitchen backsplash can beautifully add a colorful touch and make your neutral kitchen stand out, and the darker or bolder shade you choose, the more it will stand out. You can choose tiles of various shades: emerald, pale or muted green, dark green or any other shade that you like. Add some touches that echo with your green backsplash, for example, lamps, countertops or some accessories. You can also extend a kitchen backsplash and cover the whole wall or walls with green tiles, this way you’ll add more color and create a strong impression.
Published at Wednesday, September 05th 2018, 02:56:05 AM. Color Scheme By Marcella Marini. Designing a blue kitchen is a very easy task today as various elements of the kitchen such as countertops, appliances and tiles can all be found in the blue color. a blue color countertop can be employed to set the tone of the room clearly. You will be glad to know engineered stone, granite and laminate are all available in blue color. You can select any one of these depending upon your budget and preference.
Published at Monday, September 03rd 2018, 03:26:04 AM. Cabinet By Martino Villa. Flat is simple but stylish, the flat-panel cabinet door is void of any expensive details. Its hard lines and minimalist form make it a great fit for contemporary and modern interiors. Many flat doors come in decorative laminate or wood. Laminate tends to be more budget friendly and offers a greater variety of colors and sheens.
Published at Sunday, September 02nd 2018, 03:22:20 AM. Cabinet By Martino Villa. There are several different types of textured glass, some more common than others. This is a style that’s a bit tricky in the sense that some patterns are quite likely to be a fad and to go out of style quickly, leaving you with a dated kitchen design. You can avoid that by sticking with some of the simpler and more classical patterns. Textured glass is interesting from both a visual and a tactile point of view.
Published at Friday, August 31st 2018, 03:36:58 AM. Color Scheme By Adrian Wright. If the space isn’t filled with sunlight, try lemon yellow or pistachio, if it’s a southern side of you home, go for cold green, turquoise, blue. Choose glossy surfaces as they create an additional volume and a dramatic effect. Why don’t we recommend orange? It’s not a good color for a kitchen as it raises your appetite, and white isn’t recommended for the same reason – it spoils appetite. Get inspired by the ideas below.
Published at Saturday, August 25th 2018, 03:31:44 AM. Color Scheme By Adrian Wright. Another non-bothering idea for adding orange to your kitchen is an orange kitchen backsplash, which can be extended to the whole wall or walls. Regulate the amount of orange you use: one statement wall, a backsplash, all walls or else. If you want, you may add matching touches like chairs, lamps or some accessories. Orange is bold enough, so a couple of touches will be enough.
Published at Wednesday, August 15th 2018, 20:27:18 PM. Backsplashes By Adam Smith. Beadboard is a row of narrow wood planks lined up vertically. In between each wood plank is a little indentation or ridge, also known as a “bead”. These days most beadboard comes in long, monolithic sheets that are easy to install and imitate the look of narrow vertical planks. Beadboard is a very practical and beautiful choice for kitchen walls because they are easy to clean. It can be stained or painted and is particularly appropriate in farm, country, or seaside kitchens.