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Concrete Kitchen Backsplashes With Pros And ConsConcrete Kitchen Backsplashes With Pros And Cons

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Published at Friday, July 06th 2018, 06:09:53 AM by Edsel Keller. Backsplashes. More than that, a chalkboard backsplash is like a canvas, which allows creating any art and notes that you want. This way you personalize the space much more and it becomes more original. Your kids will be happy to chalk on the backsplash while you are cooking and you can chalk down a recipe on it, too. To give yourself and your family more space for creativity, go for a whole chalkboard wall, not just a backsplash.


A Patterned Cement Tile Backsplashes in the KitchenA Patterned Cement Tile Backsplashes in the Kitchen

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Published at Friday, October 05th 2018, 04:07:59 AM by Adrian Wright. Backsplashes. Wood is a timeless material, which is widely used in architecture and decor – all kinds of it and plywood too. Wood never goes out of style and matches all kinds of styles and color schemes including one more, very fresh and unique idea wood for backsplashes. Wood and plywood may aren’t the best idea for kitchens due to humidity and splashes and grease of different kinds. But modern finishes and types of plywood are such that you can not worry about it much.


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. Polished concrete floors are popular not just in kitchen but also in living room, dining areas and even bedrooms. They’re a defining design characteristic house that try to exposed brick walls, wood and other materials. Another defining feature of concrete flooring is the fact that it stays cool even when it’s hot outside. That makes this a good option for warm climates but can become a problem in cooler areas.


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. 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.



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. Scandinavian interior décor has always been fascinating. It’s especially appreciated when correlated with modern interior design. That’s because of the simplicity of this style. Scandinavian interiors are famous for their brightness and minimalism. The main color used in these spaces is white. Even though it’s a neutral and perceived as being a cold shade by many people, white is also a very bright color and a perfect shade to be used as a background for beautiful decorations and accessories.


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. 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 3)Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 3)
Kitchen Turquoise Painted Solid Wood Cabinet White Polyethylene Counter Top Black Rattan Bar Stool Brass Pull Down Faucet Stove Back Splashes Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Island Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 3)Kitchen Green Geometric Pattern Wool Mats Brown Laminated Hardwood Flooring Square Bar Stool White Fiberboard Cabinet Hanging Shelf Marble Counter Top 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)Kitchen Grey Mosaic Tile Back Splashes Brown Laminated Hardwood Flooring Black Porcelain Counter Top White Solid Wood Cabinet Black Metal Island Pendant Lamp Pot Rack Modern Farmhouse Kitchen 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 Fiberboard Cabinet Polyethylene Counter Top Grey Ceramic Back Splashes Brown Laminated Hardwood Flooring Square Bar Stool Bronze Metal Pendant Lamp Modern Farmhouse Kitchen 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. A contemporary kitchen is not the same as a modern kitchen, even though some people use these terms interchangeably. A contemporary kitchen can be modern but it can also adopt other styles as well. For example, it can have vintage details and accents without being a vintage kitchen. There are a few elements that are specific to this style and that can help us distinguish a contemporary kitchen from other types and that need to be taken in consideration when adopting this style.



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 White Exposed Ceiling Wooden Beam Beige Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Bead Board Back Splashes Fiberglass Farmhouse Sink Chrome Pull Down Faucet Metal Dome Pendant Lamp Modern Kitchen Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 2)Kitchen Rattan Bar Stool Yellow Black Metal Glass Pendant Lamp Brown Laminated Hardwood Flooring White Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Grey Porcelain Counter Top Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Island Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 2)Kitchen Brown Exposed Ceiling Wooden Beam Round Bar Stool White Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Grey Marble Porcelain Counter Top Back Splashes Chrome Pull Down Faucet Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Island 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 Brown Laminated Hardwood Flooring Exposed Ceiling Beam Cooker Hood Square Ceramic Tile Back Splashes Wall White Solid Wood Cabinet Glass Pendant Lamp Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 2)Kitchen Dark Brown Laminated Solid Wood Cabinet White Fiberglass Farmhouse Sink Beige Porcelain Counter Top Ceramic Tile Back Splashes Exposed Ceiling Wooden Beam Modern 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. The simplicity and freshness typical to this style are perfect when combined with optimal storage and clever and efficient layouts. Open shelves are particularly common in Scandinavian kitchens. They’re considered really practical, allowing you to easily organize, store and display items which are always within reach and easy to find. Even though white is not the most practical color when it comes to the kitchen, Scandinavian decors always find a way to make it seem stylish.


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 White Grey Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Cooker Hood Subway Tile Back Splashes Chrome Pendant Lamp Marble Counter Top Fiberglass Farmhouse Sink Brown Hardwood Flooring Modern Kitchen Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 1)Kitchen Exposed Ceiling Wooden Beam White Dark Blue Grey Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Cooker Hood Black Metal Pendant Lamp Porcelain Counter Top Brown Wood Bar Stool Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 1)Kitchen Brown White Grey Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Hanging Open Shelf Rattan Roman Window Shade Black Pendant Lamp Subway Tile Back Splashes Porcelain Counter Top Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 1)Kitchen Grey Brown Laminated Hardwood Flooring Bar Stool Dark Brown Painted Solid Wood Cabinet White Marble Counter Top Black Subway Tile Back Splashes Chrome Pendant Lamp Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 1)Kitchen White Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Porcelain Counter Top Marble Back Splashes Brown Laminated Hardwood Flooring Fiberglass Drop In Sink Black Pattern Wool Mats 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)

Published at Tuesday, November 13th 2018, 03:25:05 AM. Kitchen By Martino Villa. It’s not a proper rustic post until shiplap has been mentioned. But in all seriousness, shiplap is the perfect way to add some interest and farmhouse flair to your dull kitchen island. Plus, it’s a cheap weekend project which means five stars. Most people fall into one of two concrete counter categories: they like it or they don’t. If you’re a lover, don’t hesitate to add a concrete countertop to your kitchen island.



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