Published at Friday, July 06th 2018, 06:09:53 AM by Edsel Keller. Backsplashes. Wooden kitchen backsplashes are a chic and very creative idea to rock, it’s a fantastic way to stand out with the backsplash and create an amazing look. Wood and plywood of all kinds are welcome for decorating the kitchen you also can add a glass or acrylic screen in the cooking zone. Let me share some ideas to inspire you. Sleek wood or plywood backsplashes immediately give your kitchen a more fresh and contemporary look while adding warmth with its look.
Published at Friday, October 05th 2018, 04:07:59 AM by Adrian Wright. Backsplashes. If you wanna add a texture and a unique touch to the space, go for a textural wooden backsplash. It can be a backsplash of reclaimed or aged wood, just some vertical or horizontal wood planks or just some wood clad in a pattern, for example, chevron. You may go for such a look not only for rustic, chalet, vintage and shabby chic kitchens but also for many others, too. Rock a modern kitchen with such a backsplash for a contrast.
Published at Saturday, December 01st 2018, 04:02:48 AM. Kitchen By Adam Smith. It’s also common for the kitchen to feature small bursts of color. These are focal points that are strategically placed and that can also be seen in the rest of the house as well. So whether it’s a bright-colored appliance, a set of colorful plates, a piece of furniture or a floral arrangement, the goal is always the same: to break the monotony and to create a fresh décor.
Published at Saturday, December 01st 2018, 03:48:23 AM. Backsplashes By Johannah Mayer. A chalkboard backsplash it can be renovated as often as you need and you can repaint it easily. You may attach any holders and shelves to the chalkboard surfaces while drilling tiles to attach a shelf is very hard. It will easily fit from an industrial to a minimalist one, so you can never go wrong with it. Chalkboard backsplashes are extremely popular for minimalist and Scandinavian kitchens to contrast light-colored and white cabinets but they will easily match a rustic or shabby chic space too
Published at Saturday, December 01st 2018, 03:44:24 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 Saturday, December 01st 2018, 03:32:01 AM. Kitchen By Hanz Krause. This midcentury modern kitchen is also open onto the living room. It has a simple and very cohesive décor with furniture made of wood and featuring similar characteristics throughout. The fact that it’s part of a set makes the kitchen seem uniform and simple. The wood adds elegant and warmth to the décor and the color matches the design of the living room.
Published at Saturday, December 01st 2018, 03:24:30 AM. Kitchen By Hanz Krause. 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.
Published at Saturday, December 01st 2018, 03:14:14 AM. Flooring By Rosamaria Ferraro. Add some femininity to your floor’s design by using this cottage-flavored vision with ease and bouts of girlish charms. We love getting a surprise piece of art in a place so unsuspecting. Hexagon tiles have a certain contemporary vibe as well and how it acts as such a clean palette to build and decorate upon. If you’re looking for something versatile, then this choice should definitely be at the top of the list.
Published at Saturday, December 01st 2018, 03:09:59 AM. Flooring By Rosamaria Ferraro. Linoleum is often mistaken for vinyl, although the two materials are very different from each other. Linoleum tends to be a bit more old-fashioned and better suited for retro and mid-century decors while vinyl is more versatile and sophisticated and better suited for modern spaces, especially since it comes in so many different colors and finishes. Both options are affordable and durable. Linoleum flooring is durable and easy to maintain although installation is not that simple and may very well require professional help.