By Renard Jocelyne. Rustic Kitchen. Publised at Sunday, November 05th 2017, 02:39:39 AM. Not every rustic kitchen has to be covered in bare wood. You can still achieve the design with elements of color. In fact, in the kitchen below, the only bare wood to be found is in the flooring—everything else is painted a deep country blue. Yet, it still gives the impression of a rustic inspired kitchen.
By Renard Jocelyne. Modern Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, November 08th 2017, 04:11:13 AM. The distressed look has become the darling of interior designers. It makes sense, as distressed furnishings are extremely versatile and look absolutely ravishing when done properly. When placed against an all white backdrop, like in the kitchen of this home, a distressed interior can be soft, practical, elegant, contemporary with hints of bohemian chic, or virile. In fact, this type of interior theme is more about personality than style. There is a technique; however, the concept must come from a creative sense of personality coupled with good taste.
By Marjolaine Diodore. Scandanavian Kitchen. Published at Monday, November 06th 2017, 02:45:33 AM. The beauty of Scandinavian design is such that you might already be enjoying its many benefits without actually realizing that you are adopting this timeless style. Born out of rough Nordic winters that demand simplicity, efficiency and a sense of cheerful elegance, it has been combined with other local eccentricities across the globe to create a fabulous array of new decorating styles! Yet, at its heart, it still showcases a clean-lined, minimalistic setting that also embraces a hint of color, warmth of wood and textural beauty. This makes the Scandinavian style perfect for the modern kitchen.
By Renard Jocelyne. Rustic Kitchen. Published at Sunday, November 05th 2017, 02:39:39 AM. There are several ways to go about sourcing these finds. Look for local artisans who hand-make their wares; scope out stores that sell unfinished pieces so you can add your own spin; scour vintage shops for furniture with a history; or, if possible, commission a one-of-a-kind piece to be made from reclaimed natural materials.
By Renard Jocelyne. Scandanavian Kitchen. Published at Friday, November 03rd 2017, 02:38:56 AM. This kitchen look adorable and serene due to the subtle decorative palette and prevalence of white color scheme. The rustic area rug placed on the center of the kitchen breaks through the plain white appearance and provides the place with lively vibe. The galley layout of the kitchen totally adapts with the Scandinavian style and the light color scheme of this amazing interior.
By Kevin Arnaude. Modern Kitchen. Published at Thursday, November 02nd 2017, 02:26:57 AM. To make small spaces appear larger, white is the ideal neutral color to use. For example, white is cleverly used in this apartment and creates the perfect balance in proportion to the size and layout of the space. Feng-Shui concepts are utilized to allow the space to flow and provide adequate movement in the living room area. The style of this residence is constructed around a demand for quiet and tranquility as there is no TV or other audio in the home. The ambiance seems peaceful and welcoming. In addition, the ecru colored sofa, accent chair together, and shag accent rug add a feeling of warmth.
By Jonathan Sybille. Other Design Kitchen. Published at Tuesday, October 31st 2017, 02:20:12 AM. That said, it’s important to note that if given the choice of a kitchen layout, many homeowners would opt for a kitchen island; an island is a free standing counter space, which is usually located at the center of the kitchen, and serves numerous puproses including, but not limited to; an additional workspace, a place for family and guests to sit and chat, among others. However, sometimes a kitchen peninsula can be a much better option. In this article, we are going to talk about when to choose a peninsula over an island in your kicthen;
By Jonathan Sybille. Other Design Kitchen. Published at Monday, October 30th 2017, 01:36:06 AM. At the same time, maximizing your light will also help things appear to be larger as well. Use window sheers for privacy that won’t block light, and consider adding a glass tile backsplash or a few mirrors in the room to further reflect and amplify what light you do get.
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