Published at Sunday, December 02nd 2018, 01:24:34 AM by Angelika Rchter. Backsplashes. 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 Wednesday, September 19th 2018, 03:05:42 AM. Flooring By Patrice Bonnet. 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 Sunday, September 16th 2018, 03:03:14 AM. Flooring By Patrice Bonnet. Easy to install with no need for glue or nails, laminate flooring is extremely versatile and also affordable which makes it one of the most common options for basically any type of space, including the kitchen. Laminate flooring mimics solid wood in color and texture but also comes in several other interesting options. It’s easy to clean, maintenance is simple and damaged planks can be easily replaced if needed. You can take advantage of this continuous and open layout to visually connect the spaces and functions and to establish a seamless transition.
Published at Saturday, September 15th 2018, 02:11:18 AM. Cabinet By Noele Garcia. Flat-panel rift-cut white oak cabinets in a natural stain join backsplashes and countertops made of large Carrara marble to establish a weightless palette that enhances sunlight. You’d be hard-pressed to argue that Utah kitchen doesn’t come off as warm and inviting. That large iroko wood island countertop looks more beckoning than a roaring fireplace. The rest of the wood tones, mixed with light green paint and blue-green backsplash tile, push the stay-awhile vibe even further.
Published at Friday, September 14th 2018, 02:06:25 AM. Cabinet By Noele Garcia. This rich cabinet color might make some spaces feel dark and heavy. But with a soaring white ceiling, light wood flooring, a generous amount of smoky gray wall, backsplash tile, and an expansive floor plan, the look comes off as nothing but bright and open.
Published at Thursday, September 13th 2018, 03:48:17 AM. Cabinet By Marlayna Huber.
Kitchen constantly been the vanguard of interior layout tendency. For many of us kitchens is most utilized areas in your houses. Currently two‐colored kitchen cabinet is the style many people demanding over. This are few methods for obtaining the style into your kitchen. Afterward determine which one perfect for you. No matter what you takes we swear it will create many visual attention to your house.
Published at Sunday, September 09th 2018, 03:44:08 AM. Cabinet By Marlayna Huber. This classic style can work with a variety of budgets, depending on the wood used. Some manufacturers can even replace the center door panel with a more cost-effective material. Using a natural finish rather than a painted one could save you up to 20 percent on your purchase, too.
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.