Published at Friday, February 02nd 2018, 20:30:57 PM by Odeletta Petit. Kitchen. Use the same color but with subtle nuance differences on the lower and upper cabinets in the kitchen if you want to maintain a cohesive decor throughout without making it look too simple or boring.
Published at Friday, June 08th 2018, 22:02:16 PM. Kitchen By Odeletta Petit. An all-green kitchen can be an interesting idea. However, if the nuance is too bright or too strong it can become tiresome for the eyes. The strategy can go well with an open plan where the kitchen shares the floor space with the dining room.
Published at Friday, June 08th 2018, 22:01:52 PM. Kitchen By Odeletta Petit. We should also mention the fact that it’s possible to play with two or more nuances of the same color to create exquisite decors and combinations. Check out this funky kitchen which has dark green cabinets and bright green countertops.
Published at Wednesday, May 23rd 2018, 19:55:55 PM. Kitchen By Francesca Rizzo. Black and white are the primary colors used in this kitchen but green is just as important. In fact, it’s what makes it all come together in a harmonious and eye-pleasing manner. The accent lighting helps to create focal points and to highlight certain elements of the decor in a subtle and at the same time interesting manner.
Published at Tuesday, May 22nd 2018, 21:10:23 PM. Kitchen Backsplashes By Aubry Fournier. Wood is a more forgiving material, one that’s more accessible to DIYers compared to stone. Of course, that doesn’t mean anyone can make a waterfall countertop, even if wood is the material of choice. In fact, creating a fluid a continuous design can be pretty tricky even if you’re working with a single huge wood slice.
Published at Tuesday, May 22nd 2018, 07:11:32 AM. Faucets By Katriane Moreau. A gold gooseneck faucet feels elegant and the separate drinking water tap and hose nozzle create a lovely tableau of gold amongst a white environment.
Published at Monday, May 21st 2018, 21:04:13 PM. Kitchen Backsplashes By Camile Martin Martin. Layering a shapely piece of marble over tongue-and-groove siding creates a layered look for this backsplash idea that honors the 1897 Victorian home that once stood on this lot. The owner wanted to restore a feeling of the historic home, but in a simpler form. The distinctive kitchen backsplash design, combined with the wood paneled backdrop, adds dimension to the wall.
Published at Monday, May 21st 2018, 08:54:14 AM. Kitchen By Orlena Roux. This type of washed look can be quite charming in certain settings. Be careful however not to overdo it because too much of a color or finish can overwhelm a space. Take some time to consider the big picture and the way each element interacts with its surroundings when they’re all put together.