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Mid-Century Modern Small Kitchen Design Ideas You’ll Want to Steal (Part 3)Mid-Century Modern Small Kitchen Design Ideas You’ll Want to Steal (Part 3)

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Published at Saturday, December 01st 2018, 01:47:47 AM by Adam Smith. Kitchen. If you want to save some space, you can just go for a longer or wider kitchen island and use the additional length or width or eating. It’s very smart and you won’t need to buy additional furniture – just a couple of stools. The eating zone may be the continuation of the kitchen island or may be made of some different material to highlight and separate it. The eating space can be raised to a different height for comfort.


Inspired Contemporary Kitchens with Compositional Freedom (Part 2)Inspired Contemporary Kitchens with Compositional Freedom (Part 2)

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Published at Thursday, November 29th 2018, 02:43:05 AM. Kitchen By Rosa Walter. Neutral modern kitchens are timeless, that’s why many people choose them for decor and design. As for modern style, white is among the most popular ideas – it brings the space an airy and ethereal feel. If you think that white is too boring, there are different ways to make it more interesting. Wooden counters, backsplash and cabinets bring eye-catchiness and texture to the space. You can also spruce up the space with mosaic tiles on the floor or backsplash.


Inspired Contemporary Kitchens with Compositional Freedom (Part 1)Inspired Contemporary Kitchens with Compositional Freedom (Part 1)

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Published at Tuesday, November 27th 2018, 07:33:01 AM. Kitchen By Rosa Walter. A monochromatic color scheme is very modern for any space, and the kitchen is no exception. If monochromatic is what you’re after, be sure to vary the tones and tints of the color itself, as well as the sheen and texture. Notice the variation between all grey aspect of this kitchen among the floor, cabinetry, countertops, and lighting fixture. When combined, the effect is interesting with great visual depth.



Copper Backsplashes Ideas That Add Glam to Your KitchenCopper Backsplashes Ideas That Add Glam to Your Kitchen

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Published at Monday, November 26th 2018, 07:30:56 AM. Backsplashes By Randolph Evans. 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.


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. Hardwood floors work, cork works, and bamboo works too but when it comes to certain rooms of the house tile is an even better way to go. From colors and designs to simplicity and function, there’s a lot to take into consideration when deciding your kitchen flooring. It doesn’t matter if you’re working with a small or larger space, because what we’ve compiled can inspire any size.


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. 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.



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. It’s common for the kitchen in such cases to have either a wooden floor with a light color or a black and white checkerboard floor. The monochrome combination is also commonly used for the rest of the décor as well. The main characteristics of this style allows it to be best applied in modern and contemporary kitchens where minimalism is a must. The décor stays interesting and eye-catching through unexpected combinations of colors, textures and shapes or through modern twists added to classical elements.


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. In direct contrast to the previous colour scheme, we now have a cool palette. You can’t deny how elegant and classy this kitchen looks. When going for a frosty feel it’s best to use highlights rather than an overall shade of pale blue. Pastel colours have been running riot over the past year or so. From mint green, to candy pink, to luscious lemon; these shades are enough to make your mouth water. I don’t know about you, but I can just picture a doting mother and her daughter baking cupcakes in a kitchen like this.



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