By Marthe Gabin. Other Kitchen. Published at Sunday, February 11th, 2018 - 07:15:45 AM.
An underutilized kitchen design idea, this border tile in a eye catching pattern is a simple way to ramp up the interest without tearing out and replacing your entire floor. Another novel piece that blends in beautifully here is the stunning hood, made of marble and mirror and nestled among the upper cabinets seamlessly. Switching out curtains and towels can be a simple fix, but switching up an item like this hood is memorably magnificent.
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.
Sometimes, the simplest way to revamp a kitchen is to think outside of the box. For example, when replacing bar stools, seek out comfortable scoop shape seats instead of the more common round stools. Replacing your refrigerator? A rounded, retro look fridge is a fun and interesting divergence from the stainless steel norms.
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.
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