Published at Saturday, December 01st 2018, 03:14:14 AM by Rosamaria Ferraro. Flooring. Many designer concrete floors for their simplicity and durability and complemented them with gray walls, warm wooden features and full-height windows that let in light and views. Concrete floors are also a way of connecting a space to the outdoors and of establishing a seamless transition.
Published at Friday, October 12th 2018, 03:22:42 AM. Cabinet By Bro. This five-piece flat-panel style has a frame made from four pieces and a single flat center panel for the fifth piece. Shaker cabinetry gets its name from the distinctive Shaker furniture style, which uses simple, clean lines and emphasizes utility. Shaker-style doors became popular because their simple style lends itself to just about any decor — from contemporary to traditional — with variations in wood species, stains, paint colors and hardware.
Published at Tuesday, October 09th 2018, 03:20:08 AM. Cabinet By Bro. Blue is an eternal favorite, and a hint of this beautiful color in the kitchen can have an uplifting influence on the ambiance of the room. Teal, turquoise, robin’s egg, navy and cyan; the list goes on and on. Blue kitchen cabinets are a welcome addition to any kitchen that seeks to embrace a coastal or nautical look. The color even works radiantly in a country cottage-style kitchen. Rejuvenating and energizing, white seem like a natural complementary hue for the eternal shades of blue.
Published at Sunday, October 07th 2018, 03:14:17 AM. Color Scheme By Angelika Rchter.
Chrome stainless steel attribute in this black kitchen area. Suited by an close black art element as the entry. Just chrome metal hanging lamp plus a timber dining table crack the color. A bit of arch orbs out rigid borders. Industrial is a term to relate this kitchen with black painted wall as a setting. A kitchen appliance such as fridge have a chrome tone to give an industrial vibe meanwhile the most are black.
Published at Saturday, October 06th 2018, 03:12:30 AM. Color Scheme By Angelika Rchter. 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 Friday, October 05th 2018, 04:07:59 AM. Backsplashes By Adrian Wright. We offer you using mosaic tiles for your backsplash to make it pop, and here are some ideas. There are special mosaic tiles that contain various patterns, or you may go for creating patterns yourself using different tiles. Stripes, sea motifs, flowers, birds, geometric patterns and everything that suits your kitchen style is possible to create! Don’t limit yourself only to the oven space, make a bigger and longer backsplash. Look at the ideas below and get inspired.
Published at Thursday, October 04th 2018, 02:21:44 AM. Color Scheme By Rosamaria Ferraro. As walls and cabinetry are known to set the tone of the room, try selecting both of them or at least one of them in the color yellow. You have the opportunity to play around with hues of yellow color for painting the walls so that they feature a warm look. Textured walls such as popcorn or engraved walls may also be employed to allow the yellow color show off in a better way. White and yellow checkered curtains may be selected to complement the yellow painted walls.
Published at Tuesday, October 02nd 2018, 02:19:32 AM. Color Scheme By Rosamaria Ferraro. Black, white, navy, emerald, orange, mint or any other color is welcome, it depends on the look you want, and on the style you’ve chosen. For modern spaces more vivid contrasts are better: black and light-colored wood, wood and white, mint and dark-stained wood and so on. For vintage spaces prefer pastels and off-whites and rich wood tones.