Published at Saturday, December 01st 2018, 03:44:24 AM by Hanz Krause. Kitchen. 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.
Published at Sunday, November 11th 2018, 03:23:51 AM. Kitchen By Marlayna Huber. It’s a great thing if you’re into the farmhouse style but not so much if you lean towards sleek modern lines.However, there is one element of rustic decor that you can seamlessly add to any kind of home, no matter what your style is. You’ll find that a rustic kitchen is just the piece you’ve been looking for. Yes, even in a modern home, the worn edges and rough wood of a rustic kitchen island can make your space feel loved and lived in. Take a look at these rustic kitchen to discover which style will work best for you.
Published at Saturday, November 10th 2018, 03:20:45 AM. Kitchen By Marlayna Huber. The deep wood grain against your lighter cabinets will make a bigger impact than you think. Countertops can be the most expensive purchase for a kitchen, excepting the appliances. So what do you do when you only have enough in the budget for the expensive counter choice on the cabinets? You resort to butcher block on the island.
Published at Friday, November 09th 2018, 03:59:34 AM. Flooring By Marcella Marini. We bring you some more traditional inspiration in the form of this naturally-toned kitchen floor tile. The space is open and modern but the floor sets the mood for a more welcoming, warmer space for the family. We love the contacting sizes as well making it a more interesting addition to the chic room. Here’s another more traditional choice for kitchen tile. Large, subway pieces in a beautiful natural color set the foundation for this crisp space. We love the white, cottage flair surrounding the room and how it feels both very luxurious as well as family-friendly.
Published at Wednesday, November 07th 2018, 03:56:45 AM. Cabinet By Lanston Wood. When we say orange, we do not intend to turn your kitchen into the set of That 70s Show! Orange kitchen cabinets can instantly infuse playfulness and brightness in a kitchen that is dark and unexciting. Even a single kitchen cabinet in orange will make its presence felt, and it is an easy way to infuse burnt orange accent into your kitchen. Much like purple, orange is another shade that needs balance and looks best when used in moderation. Combine it with simple grey, white or even very light shades of blue to achieve this elusive poise.
Published at Tuesday, November 06th 2018, 02:04:17 AM. Cabinet By Johannah Mayer. This door style usually requires exposed hinges rather than the typical concealed hinges of other door styles that are included in the cost of the cabinet box. Make sure that your budget takes this into account — two hinges per door will quickly add up.
Published at Saturday, October 27th 2018, 02:02:26 AM. Kitchen By Hanz Krause. It’s such a wonderful thing to find hand-me-down treasures in your parents’ or grandparents’ attic. Remember that big old dining room table? Snap it up to use as a kitchen island. Being already lovingly worn down means you won’t be worried about using it to it’s full potential. How do you bring rustic to a rather modern kitchen? It’s all in the wood. Give your island a makeover by lining the corners in some beautiful rustic beams.
Published at Friday, October 26th 2018, 04:39:27 AM. Flooring By Germain Durand. There’s not much to say about marble except that it’s a refined and elegant choice for pretty much everything, including kitchen flooring, countertops and even furniture. You can’t really go wrong with marble flooring in your kitchen as long as you don’t go overboard with the idea. Matching the flooring to a lot of other features can ruin the beauty. Marble has unique patterns and no two blocks or tiles look the same so you can be certain that your design is special.