By Samuel Mathis. Other Kitchen. Published at Friday, February 02nd, 2018 - 00:58:42 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.
The geometric print rug complements the colored pixel print tile on the walls without clashing with the neutral island. Pinks and purples on the upper cabinets flow with the flourishes of the border tile and a lovely arch window opens the room with natural lighting.
When it comes to small kitchen design, don’t feel like you’re stuck with the same old design techniques. This homeowner was stuck with a very unconventional kitchen space, in the sense that they had a narrow space but very high ceilings.
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.
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