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Ideas to Bring Sophistication to Your Kitchen Island (Part 3)Ideas to Bring Sophistication to Your Kitchen Island (Part 3)

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Published at Sunday, December 02nd 2018, 04:57:07 AM by Bro. Kitchen. Who said that modern style doesn’t mean color? There are a lot of colorful designs you can rock, and tons of shades to choose from: mint, teal, red, neon shades, emerald, navy, cobalt blue and almost every color you can imagine! You can go for various two-color combos, which are extremely popular now, or try bold shades with white or cream for a contrast, or just mix some cool shade with black, which is a timeless thing.


Gorgeous Examples of Wood Laminated Flooring for Your Kitchen (Part 1)Gorgeous Examples of Wood Laminated Flooring for Your Kitchen (Part 1)

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Published at Sunday, September 16th 2018, 03:03:14 AM. Flooring By Patrice Bonnet. Cork is not that common or popular yet. Also, it’s a sustainable option that offers some very special advantages. For example, cork absorbs sound and is naturally protected against mold, mildew, rot and pests. In addition, it’s soft and that makes it very comfortable underfoot and a pretty great option for kitchens. Cork is sustainable and all-natural and that makes it an appealing option for a lot of eco-friendly interior designs. It’s also resilient and flexible which are characteristics that increase its general appeal and versatility.


Inspired Stainless Steel Kitchen Cabinets (Part 2)Inspired Stainless Steel Kitchen Cabinets (Part 2)

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Published at Saturday, September 15th 2018, 02:11:18 AM. Cabinet By Noele Garcia. This classic style can work with a variety of budgets, depending on the wood used. Some manufacturers can even replace the center door panel with a more cost-effective material. Using a natural finish rather than a painted one could save you up to 20 percent on your purchase, too.



Inspired Stainless Steel Kitchen Cabinets (Part 1)Inspired Stainless Steel Kitchen Cabinets (Part 1)

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Published at Friday, September 14th 2018, 02:06:25 AM. Cabinet By Noele Garcia. These days there is plenty of talk about giving the kitchen a green makeover. But why not have a few green cabinets to go along with this design philosophy? Just like blue, green is available in a wide range of shades, hues and values. Lime green and dark olive green seem to be preferred in chic, contemporary kitchens. A lighter and more sober version of green can give your kitchen cabinets an amazing, vintage look. If creating a full-blown vintage kitchen is your aim, then do not give green cabinets a miss.


How To Get In On The Two-Toned Kitchen Cabinets Trends (Part 2)How To Get In On The Two-Toned Kitchen Cabinets Trends (Part 2)

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Published at Thursday, September 13th 2018, 03:48:17 AM. Cabinet By Marlayna Huber.

Other methods is by utilizing a shady tone for under your cabinets also a brighter tone above. This methods work since it let you to create a statement with shady tone under so its concurrently helps the area seems bigger since the softer tone above will drag the eye upward. You had an option about how to represent the style by attempt for some ombre color and the clue to drag this style off is to reiterate the softer tone in other relevance things across the kitchen.


How To Get In On The Two-Toned Kitchen Cabinets Trends (Part 1)How To Get In On The Two-Toned Kitchen Cabinets Trends (Part 1)
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Published at Sunday, September 09th 2018, 03:44:08 AM. Cabinet By Marlayna Huber. The walnut cabinets and ceiling treatment provide enveloping warmth and contrast with the light gray concrete countertops, backsplash and floor. Similarly, a wall with several large windows brings enough light into this Denver kitchen that the homeowners were able to go on the darker side with the finishes. That includes a moody stain on the white oak cabinets, richly multicolored blue tiger’s-eye countertops and lots of steel on the island.



How to Decorate The Kitchen Using Yellow Accents (Part 2)How to Decorate The Kitchen Using Yellow Accents (Part 2)
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Published at Saturday, September 08th 2018, 03:03:44 AM. Color Scheme By Marcella Marini. If you have really a small kitchen, you should choose white for it – it will seem bigger and airier, even if it’s very narrow and long. Add skylights or more windows to fill the space with light and make it seem even bigger. A new and hot trend is a window backsplash, which brings much light in and looks very eye-catchy and unusual – if there are gorgeous views, it’s a super cool idea.


How to Decorate The Kitchen Using Yellow Accents (Part 1)How to Decorate The Kitchen Using Yellow Accents (Part 1)

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Published at Wednesday, September 05th 2018, 02:56:05 AM. Color Scheme By Marcella Marini. Decorating with black and white does not mean you pick the darkest blacks and absolute whites alone. There are plenty of changes you can bring to this color scheme by simple altering the hue, shade and value of the black or white that you use. Strong grey can replace the black while creamy whites can be used in place of pristine white to fashion a novel look. Though you still need to stick to the overall color scheme, feel free to take some creative liberty here and there to set your kitchen apart from the rest.



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