Published at Friday, July 06th 2018, 06:09:53 AM by Edsel Keller. Backsplashes. Concrete can crack: that’s a risk that comes along with concrete countertops, most commonly when poured in place rather than pre-cast. To prevent it, you may add fiber reinforcement, rebar, and/or wire mesh but if they still appear, they can be repaired. Concrete backsplashes require maintenance. Reseal your backsplash every one to three years, avoid abrasive cleaners and scrubbers that can damage sealer. Consider all these pros and cons and decide if concrete is worth it or not.
Published at Wednesday, September 26th 2018, 03:09:45 AM. Backsplashes By Rosa Walter. Chalkboard is popular for home decor and it can be used from kitchens to home offices. Chalkboard has a whole bunch of advantages: it’s budget-friendly, it inspires creativity, it’s interactive and adds interest to the space. A chalkboard backsplashes features a crative and unique look. Chalkboard surfaces bring texture and depth due to the dark shades, they contrast bright and light-colored cabinets and add drama to moody spaces, so they are suitable for any color of kitchen cabinets.
Published at Tuesday, September 25th 2018, 03:05:44 AM. Backsplashes By Rosa Walter. 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, September 22nd 2018, 03:11:10 AM. Cabinet By Randolph Evans. 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 Friday, September 21st 2018, 03:09:19 AM. Flooring By Patrice Bonnet. If you don’t want to cover the entire kitchen floor, get a small carpet or rug and place it in front of the sink or counter, where you spend most of your time standing. A carpet on the kitchen floor will also make the room feel more inviting and warm. And since the kitchen is a social space nowadays, that’s a welcomed plus.
Published at Wednesday, September 19th 2018, 03:05:42 AM. Flooring By Patrice Bonnet. Mandarin stone showed off this brushed limestone and we love how gorgeous it turned out to be. Neutral and traditional at first look, it’s a versatile way to add a posh appeal to the kitchen. This too is also a more versatile choice in tile. If you love color and patterned prints, add some funky, Moroccan flavor to the kitchen and jazz it up a bit. Look at all of the eclectic and feminine touches. From the golden hardware to those blue sunbursts, it’s a stunning room design.
Published at Sunday, September 16th 2018, 03:03:14 AM. Flooring By Patrice Bonnet. Polished concrete floors are popular not just in kitchen but also in living room, dining areas and even bedrooms. They’re a defining design characteristic house that try to exposed brick walls, wood and other materials. Another defining feature of concrete flooring is the fact that it stays cool even when it’s hot outside. That makes this a good option for warm climates but can become a problem in cooler areas.
Published at Saturday, September 15th 2018, 02:11:18 AM. Cabinet By Noele Garcia. Flat-panel rift-cut white oak cabinets in a natural stain join backsplashes and countertops made of large Carrara marble to establish a weightless palette that enhances sunlight. You’d be hard-pressed to argue that Utah kitchen doesn’t come off as warm and inviting. That large iroko wood island countertop looks more beckoning than a roaring fireplace. The rest of the wood tones, mixed with light green paint and blue-green backsplash tile, push the stay-awhile vibe even further.