Published at Thursday, October 04th 2018, 02:21:44 AM by Rosamaria Ferraro. Color Scheme. If the space isn’t filled with sunlight, try lemon yellow or pistachio, if it’s a southern side of you home, go for cold green, turquoise, blue. Choose glossy surfaces as they create an additional volume and a dramatic effect. Why don’t we recommend orange? It’s not a good color for a kitchen as it raises your appetite, and white isn’t recommended for the same reason – it spoils appetite. Get inspired by the ideas below.
Published at Sunday, December 02nd 2018, 01:28:17 AM. Backsplashes By Angelika Rchter. 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 Sunday, December 02nd 2018, 01:24:34 AM. Backsplashes By Angelika Rchter. There are a lot of ideas for textures, shades and looks, and such backsplashes are ideal for contemporary and minimalist spaces but you may actually go for rustic and glam kitchens, too, and add a sleek wooden backsplash for a contrast. Add additional lights into the cabinets and go for a matching countertop or make it different for a more contrasting look. If you care much about functionality, cover the whole backsplash or its part with a glass screen.
Published at Sunday, December 02nd 2018, 01:19:39 AM. Kitchen By Adrian Wright. In Scandinavian-style homes, all rooms seem to share the same design. However, they are all unique and they each have distinctive characteristics. The kitchen, for example, is a very interesting space to analyze from the perspective of this style. The kitchen in Scandinavian homes has an airy and simple décor but it’s also functional and practical. Given the fact that the kitchen is primarily a functional space although in a lot of modern homes it doubles as a social area, a Scandinavian design suits it well.
Published at Saturday, December 01st 2018, 04:06:17 AM. Kitchen By Adam Smith. 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, December 01st 2018, 04:02:48 AM. Kitchen By Adam Smith. L-shaped kitchens are very common. They are practical because they offer an internal structure that offers a décor that’s perfect for cooking but also for everything else. Whether they are a separate room or they are part of an open floor plan, L-shaped kitchens feature plenty of counter space which can be a crucial detail and that can make the difference between a practical kitchen and one that lacks something important. They also have the shape necessary for also including a kitchen island.
Published at Saturday, December 01st 2018, 03:48:23 AM. Backsplashes By Johannah Mayer. Galvanized and brushed metal backsplashes is a creative and unusual solution, it will add texture to the space at once. Such a backsplash is ideal for a rustic space or can be used for creating a bold contrast in minimalist, glam and other spaces, too. You won’t see such a backsplash everywhere, so making one will make your kitchen stand out, besides, it’s really budget-friendly. You can also go for a regular polished metal backsplash, and such a piece will add style to any kitchen.
Published at Saturday, December 01st 2018, 03:44:24 AM. Kitchen By Hanz Krause. Of course, if you love the look of a white kitchen but wanted to stray just a little from the trending all-white kitchen, there are ways to do that with subtle color. Maintain the white feel with unadorned windows, marble countertop and backsplash, and a white farmhouse sink. Throw a pale grey-green color onto the cabinets, then accent with metallic hardware, fixtures, and accessories. The result is a kitchen that feels almost ethereal without being completely white.