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Low-Maintenance Concrete Flooring for High Traffic Kitchen (Part 2)Low-Maintenance Concrete Flooring for High Traffic Kitchen (Part 2)

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Published at Saturday, December 01st 2018, 03:14:14 AM by Rosamaria Ferraro. Flooring. Porcelain tile is an option that we’re all familiar with its versatile and come in an infinite number of colors, shapes and sizes which can be used to create unique designs. They’re easy to clean and they’re quite affordable, not to mention that they can withstand a lot of wear and tear. Just because the tiles come in a lot of crazy colors doesn’t mean you should feel tempted to use them in your decor. You can open up a kitchen and give it a refined and elegant look with floor tiles that mimic stone or that feature a neutral color and a simple pattern.


Types of Stone to Use on a Kitchen FloorTypes of Stone to Use on a Kitchen Floor

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Published at Saturday, November 24th 2018, 04:00:23 AM. Flooring By Patrice Bonnet. 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.


Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 3)Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 3)

Kitchen Blue Refrigerator Polyethylene Flat Panel Cabinet Hanging Shelf Monochrome Checkered Tile Flooring Chrome Metal Pendant Lamp Grey Laminated Veneer Counter Top Retro Kitchen Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 3)Kitchen Pink Refrigerator Brown Hardwood Flooring White Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Hanging Shelf Polyethylene Counter Top Turquoise Metal Pendant Lamp Retro Kitchen Island Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 3)Kitchen Turquoise Painted Fiberboard Cabinet White Polyethylene Counter Top Brown Hardwood Flooring Fiberglass Farmhouse Sink Red Metal Pendant Lamp Chrome Pull Down Faucet Retro Kitchen Island Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 3)Kitchen Yellow Blue Checkered Ceramic Tile Flooring White Fiberboard Cabinet Polyethylene Dining Table Faux Leather Chair Soft Yellow Painted Wall Retro Kitchen Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 3)Kitchen Red Refrigerator White Blue Laminated Veneer Flat Panel Cabinet Counter Top Back Splashes Chrome Pull Down Faucet Fiberglass Under Mount Sink Beige Ceramic Tile Flooring Retro Kitchen Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 3)Kitchen White Polyethylene Counter Top Hanging Shelf Blue Painted Fiberboard Cabinet Plastic Brown Wood Bar Stool Chrome Stainless Steel Pull Down Faucet Drop In Sink Retro Kitchen Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 3)

Published at Wednesday, November 21st 2018, 03:58:33 AM. Kitchen By Noele Garcia. Tile backsplashes, geometric patterns and textiles – these things will help you to create such a kitchen. And, of course, mid-century modern furniture and lamps will be the base of your space. Get inspired! If we take a look around in the houses we visit, we can see different kinds of homes and kitchens, each with their own style and design, bigger or smaller, prettier or arranged by a designer or by the owner.



Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 2)Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 2)

Kitchen Blue Painted Fiberboard Cabinet Grey Porcelain Gloss Counter Top Yellow Bead Board Back Splashes White Fiberglass Farmhouse Sink Chrome Pullout Faucet Brown Hardwood Flooring Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 2)Kitchen White Subway Tile Back Splashes Laminated Veneer Flat Panel Cabinet Brown Wooden Counter Top Red Stainless Steel Refrigerator Blue Solid Wood Dining Table Chair Retro Kitchen Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 2)Kitchen Turquoise Square Ceramic Tile Back Splashes Counter Top White Laminated Veneer Cabinet Brown Jute Mats Grey Metal Bar Stool Yellow Painted Wall U Shaped Retro Kitchen Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 2)Kitchen Maroon White Checkered Tile Flooring Red Laminated Veneer Counter Top Dining Table Faux Leather Chair Turquoise Soft Blue Polyethylene Cabinet Retro Kitchen Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 2)Kitchen Subway Tile Back Splashes Blue White Laminated Veneer Cabinet Hanging Shelf Counter Top Stainless Steel Stove Cooker Hood Red Appliance Retro Kitchen Island Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 2)Kitchen Soft Green Painted Fiberboard Cabinet White Polyethylene Counter Top Back Splashes Grey Ceramic Tile Flooring Brown Linen Mats Chrome Pull Down Faucet Appliance Retro Kitchen Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 2)

Published at Tuesday, November 20th 2018, 03:57:04 AM. Kitchen By Noele Garcia. 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.


Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 1)Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 1)

Kitchen Red Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Beige Granite Porcelain Counter Top Back Splashes Orange Ceramic Tile Flooring Chrome Pullout Faucet Drop In Sink Appliance Retro Kitchen Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 1)Kitchen Blue Laminated Veneer Flat Panel Cabinet Island Table Brown Hardwood Flooring Chrome Stainless Steel Counter Top Back Splashes Pull Down Faucet Suede Tufted Bar Stool Retro Kitchen Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 1)Kitchen Turquoise Yellow Painted Bead Board Free Standing Cabinet White Marble Porcelain Counter Top Back Splashes Fiberboard Farmhouse Sink Brown Hardwood Flooring Retro U Shaped Kitchen Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 1)Kitchen Dark Brown Laminated Solid Wood Cabinet Marble Porcelain Counter Top Back Splashes Monochrome Ceramic Flooring Red Chrome Stainless Steel Retro Kitchen Island Table Vintage Pendant Lamp Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 1)Kitchen Yellow White Checkered Tile Flooring Subway Tile Back Splashes Black Porcelain Counter Top White Laminated Veneer Cabinet Soft Yellow Appliance Refrigerator L Shaped Retro Kitchen Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 1)Kitchen Monochrome Checkered Tile Flooring White Polyethylene Flat Panel Cabinet Counter Top Red Stainless Refrigerator Appliance Chrome Textured Back Splashes Retro L Shaped Kitchen Elements to Use When Creating a Retro Kitchen (Part 1)

Published at Sunday, November 18th 2018, 03:48:33 AM. Kitchen By Noele Garcia. 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.


Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 3)Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 3)
Kitchen Green Geometric Pattern Wool Mats Brown Laminated Hardwood Flooring Square Bar Stool White Fiberboard Cabinet Hanging Shelf Marble Counter Top Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Island Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 3)Kitchen Monochrome Pattern Mats White Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Polyethylene Counter Top Fiberglass Farmhouse Sink Chrome Pull Down Faucet Grey Marble Back Splashes Modern Kitchen Island Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 3)Kitchen Brown White Solid Wood Cabinet Cooker Hood Fiberboard Farmhouse Sink Laminated Hardwood Flooring Wall Marble Porcelain Counter Top Back Splashes Square Linen Bar Stool Modern Kitchen Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 3)Kitchen Grey Mosaic Tile Back Splashes Brown Laminated Hardwood Flooring Black Porcelain Counter Top White Solid Wood Cabinet Black Metal Island Pendant Lamp Pot Rack Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 3)Kitchen White Marble Counter Top Ceramic Tile Back Splashes Grey Brown Hardwood Flooring Black Metal Pendant Lamp Linen Bar Stool Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Island Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 3)Kitchen Brown Exposed Ceiling Wooden Beam Hardwood Flooring White Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Cooker Hood Black Marble Porcelain Counter Top Subway Tile Back Splashes Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 3)

Published at Saturday, November 17th 2018, 03:24:30 AM. Kitchen By Martino Villa. Most midcentury modern homes usually have the kitchen and the living room separated by a wall. It’s an interior design detail that can be adapted and changed. As for the style, the kitchens, just like the rest of the home, have simple interior decors and it’s visible that things take a turn towards minimalism. Still, the décor remains elegant and somewhat sober. But let’s take a look at a few examples to see exactly how this type of kitchens looks like.



Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 2)Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 2)
Kitchen Black Cone Metal Pendant Lamp Pull Down Faux Brown Laminated Solid Wood Flat Panel Cabinet Grey Marble Back Splashes Counter Top Dark Brown Wooden Bar Stool Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 2)Kitchen Terracotta Ceramic Tile Flooring Beige Square Back Splashes White Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Bronze Pendant Lamp Grey Porcelain Counter Top Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Island Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 2)Kitchen Terracotta Bare Brick Flooring Glass Pendant Lamp Marble Counter Top Subway Tile Back Splashes White Wooden Cabinet Chrome Stainless Steel Farmhouse Sink Pull Down Faucet Modern Kitchen Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 2)Kitchen Rattan Bar Stool Yellow Black Metal Glass Pendant Lamp Brown Laminated Hardwood Flooring White Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Grey Porcelain Counter Top Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Island Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 2)Kitchen White Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Brown Laminated Wooden Counter Top Flooring Transparent Cone Glass Pendant Lamp Black Plastic Bar Stool Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Island Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 2)Kitchen Chrome Metal Bar Stool Pull Down Faucet Glass Pendant Lamp Brown Laminated Solid Wood Cabinet Island Table Flooring Grey Porcelain Counter Top Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 2)

Published at Thursday, November 15th 2018, 03:22:55 AM. Kitchen By Martino Villa. 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.


Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 1)Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 1)

Kitchen Grey White Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Black Marble Porcelain Counter Top Subway Tile Back Splashes Brown Laminated Hardwood Flooring Round Bar Stool Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Island Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 1)Kitchen White Grey Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Cooker Hood Subway Tile Back Splashes Chrome Pendant Lamp Marble Counter Top Fiberglass Farmhouse Sink Brown Hardwood Flooring Modern Kitchen Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 1)Kitchen White Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Porcelain Counter Top Marble Back Splashes Brown Laminated Hardwood Flooring Fiberglass Drop In Sink Black Pattern Wool Mats Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 1)Kitchen Brown Exposed Ceiling Wooden Beam Natural Laminated Hardwood Flooring Counter Top White Painted Wood Free Standing Cabinet Chrome Pendant Lamp Subway Tile Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 1)Kitchen Glass Pendant Lamp Brown Laminated Hardwood Flooring Bar Stool Bronze Cooker Hood Subway Tile Back Splashes Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Fiberglass Farmhouse Sink Modern Kitchen Island Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 1)Kitchen Yellow Glass Pendant Lamp Marble Counter Top Back Splashes White Painted Solid Wood Cabinet Grey Stone Tile Flooring Fiberglass Farmhouse Sink Brown Wooden Bar Stool Modern Kitchen Easy Ways to Add Color to Your Modern Farmhouse Kitchen (Part 1)

Published at Tuesday, November 13th 2018, 03:25:05 AM. Kitchen By Martino Villa. U-shape is often used for small spaces because it’s very functional, perhaps the most functional kitchen layout ever, and it can accommodate a lot of things and you’ll have everything at hand. But even if your kitchen is big, you can use this shape, too, and it will be handy. A u shaped kitchen is a great idea for trendy open layouts because it naturally divides the space with its parts.



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