By Samuel Mathis. Other Kitchen. Published at Monday, October 30th, 2017 - 01:43:28 AM.
The kitchen is the ideal place to integrate timeless trends like a farmhouse table or subway tile backsplash. Even Martha Stewart embraces elegant old-fashioned design features like open-faced china cabinets and milk white porcelain serving dish arrangements. Be your own design diva by bringing some of these beautiful concepts into your own kitchen.
There are a number of big box home improvement stores that sell a variety of inexpensive and pre-made options for your kitchen remodel. However, consider this kitchen design tip – research local options first! This will provide you with a truly personal touch of your community within your home. The kitchen design in this image, for instance, is absolutely one-of-a-kind! Cabinets crafted from a single elm tree placed in waxed iron, offset by traditional rustic tiles tell the tale of this Dutch homes’ origin.
Bright colors don’t have to be restricted to your garden. Bring the cheery yellow of a fresh daisy into your kitchen and be wowed by the glowing difference it creates. As you can see, simply painting the lower cabinets a bright shade adds a great new dynamic to this kitchen, especially against the grey background.
A color change can completely transform the room, but you’d be surprised what switching between matte and gloss can do as well. Even a fresh coat of your current paint will do wonders to brighten up your kitchen space. Use these ideas to inspire you; with these perfect colors for painting kitchen cabinets in your DIY arsenal, you have the basis for building the kitchen color scheme of your dreams.
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