Published at Tuesday, June 12th 2018, 20:29:23 PM by Renata Gallo. Kitchen. Although from certain points of view it can be easier to just make all the furniture in the kitchen in the same color or with the same finish, aesthetically speaking it’s more refreshing and eye-pleasing to mix and match two or more options. For instance, this kitchen has white cabinetry but the island is green and that’s pretty cool.
Published at Tuesday, February 27th 2018, 16:43:38 PM. Faucets By Brigitte Girard Girard. When the rest of your home is void of busy patterns, your kitchenette isn’t the place to start. Consider putting in a marble backsplash, real or faux, for a soft chic look that you won’t regret.
Published at Sunday, February 25th 2018, 20:02:43 PM. Faucets By Brigitte Girard Girard. When the rest of your home is void of busy patterns, your kitchenette isn’t the place to start. Consider putting in a marble backsplash, real or faux, for a soft chic look that you won’t regret.
Published at Thursday, February 22nd 2018, 08:07:42 AM. Kitchen By Brigitte Girard Girard. 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 Wednesday, February 21st 2018, 08:46:20 AM. Kitchen By Brigitte Girard Girard. A lighter shade of green can be better-suited for a beach-style kitchen. Mint green cabinets or cabinet fronts can be paired with wooden or white countertops and a subway tile backsplash for a retro-chic look.
Published at Monday, February 19th 2018, 09:17:14 AM. Kitchen Backsplashes By Francesca Rizzo. When working with marble, the tricky part is to perfectly line up the pattern when creating a waterfall counter. The veining has to line up if you want to put an emphasis on the fluidity and the continuity of the design.
Published at Friday, February 16th 2018, 08:36:45 AM. Kitchen By Francesca Rizzo. In this particular case the entire kitchen block is green with black accents. The island, however, is white with a light wood base, the same combination that defines the walls and flooring of the open plan volume. This ensures a really nice transition between the areas.
Published at Thursday, February 15th 2018, 09:11:42 AM. Kitchen By Francesca Rizzo. There’s also such a thing as a G-shaped kitchen. It’s actually a different version of the U-shaped layout, one which features a peninsula attached to one side of the U. The peninsula partially encloses the kitchen so it’s important to make sure it’s not too long so you can easily get in and out. There’s absolutely no way you can add an island to this kitchen since you’d have to room to move around it and it would make everything very difficult and awkward.