Published at Wednesday, November 07th 2018, 03:56:45 AM by Lanston Wood. Cabinet. Sophisticated gray cabinets envelop this spacious kitchen, where storage likely will never be a problem for the homeowner. A herringbone-patterned wood floor, brass accents, spot-on symmetry and even thoughtful details like the glimpse of cabinet wood behind the glass doors come together to create a near-perfect kitchen.
Published at Saturday, December 01st 2018, 03:24:30 AM. Kitchen By Hanz Krause. 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.
Published at Saturday, December 01st 2018, 03:14:14 AM. Flooring By Rosamaria Ferraro. Because travertine is basically stone, it doesn’t come in a lot of colors and those that are available and earth tones. This limits the options greatly compared to other materials. Nevertheless, you can’t really replicate the look with anything else. You can take advantage of the natural beauty and the texture of the travertine floor tiles and complement them with a stone counter in the kitchen or with unfinished walls and pure and natural materials in general.
Published at Saturday, December 01st 2018, 03:09:59 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, 02:41:14 AM. Backsplashes By Germain Durand. Ceramic tiles are the most common idea for a kitchen backsplash but it shouldn’t be boring. Pastel tiles with a bit of glitter are amazing for any kitchen, they will easily highlight your kitchen décor and make it pop. Mosaic tiles that create various patterns are a chic option, whatever pattern and shades you choose – they really stand out. Geometric tiles of any kind are the hottest trend, small fish scale tiles that shine are a chic and very modern idea. look how to rock all these tile types below.
Published at Saturday, December 01st 2018, 02:35:06 AM. Backsplashes By Germain Durand. Everyone has their own opinion related to marble as a material suitable for interior decor, especially in the kitchen. The marble backsplash is especially eye-catching. As any other material, marble has both pros and cons and we’ll get to those in a minute. Marble is used as a building material and also in sculptures. There’re many different types, each having its own particularities that help us distinguish between them.
Published at Saturday, December 01st 2018, 02:29:11 AM. Backsplashes By Germain Durand. You don’t have to stick to the traditional whites and creams when painting. You can paint your beadboard backsplash in any color, which will enhance the theme of your kitchen interior and match or contrast, if you wish, the color of your cabinetry. Try using a dark beige, slate blue, or mint green for a look that’s a little bit country and a yet edgy, too. On the whole, beadboard is great for kitchen backsplashes, this is a material with a lot of advantages and it’s easy to install yourself.
Published at Saturday, December 01st 2018, 02:22:03 AM. Color Scheme By Edsel Keller. Black kitchen is a practical solution for a modern home. It’s stylish beyond words and it can handle lots of traffic and cooking. If you aren’t afraid of darker color schemes a black kitchen is not a mere practical solution though; it’s an entire style statement. Black is a strong color and is rarely used alone so many kitchens may feature black cabinets and kitchen islands but the walls, floors, and ceilings are usually made white for contrast. While this is an absolutely classic way to go about it we propose something more daring.