By Ulysse Janine. Other Kitchen. Published at Thursday, January 18th, 2018 - 07:47:25 AM.
This style combines charming wood, brick and tile accents with bright palettes. Crowded shelves are welcome but pair best with open floor plans. Mix and match the features that most appeal to you for a kitchen design that’s entirely yours. The end result will be as useful as it is inviting.
It can be easy to revert to common combinations while planning your new kitchen, but let yourself dare to dream of the unexpected. These gorgeous navy cabinets look right at home next to the marble counters, while not overwhelming the limited space this galley style layout provides.
A closer look shows some simple touches add to the overall effect, such as replacing the drawer pulls with funk mint hardware and towels that match the wall art. Are you renting and aren’t able to paint your walls? Or love the look of colored wainscot but don’t want to commit to that large of a renovation project? There are wainscot panels you can purchase, paint to your desired color and then affix to your walls in a manner that can easily be removed.
Make preparing meals practically effortless with a style that tucks away all your gadgets with ease. This kitchen design in this picture features recessed lighting to make sure you cuts are clear and your measurements are accurate. Storage underneath the table utilizes the space effectively while keeping the room tidy.
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