Published at Tuesday, February 13th 2018, 08:26:29 AM by Blondene Dubois Dubois. Kitchen. You might think that your tiny farmhouse kitchen is just not big enough for an island, but you’re probably wrong. With some wood, stain and a free Saturday, you can build a custom rustic island for your kitchen that will double your work space.
Published at Friday, March 16th 2018, 20:56:14 PM by Aveline Vincent. Kitchen Backsplashes. Concrete countertops are DIY-friendly, just like those made of wood. In fact, concrete may even be easier to work with than wood in this context. It’s also a great counter material with lots of great advantages to take into consideration.
Published at Saturday, June 16th 2018, 21:02:32 PM by Lucia Marino. Faucets. When a space is feeling very heavy and boxy, the easiest solution is to just take out the boxes. Replace your cabinets with open shelving to create an airy feel in your kitchenette. It will also test your styling ability.
Published at Saturday, June 09th 2018, 22:25:37 PM. Kitchen By Bettine Roux Roux. In the case of an open floor plan where the kitchen and living or dining room are directly connected, there has to be a pleasant and seamless transition between them and that’s where the kitchen island comes into play. A green island which matches the kitchen cabinets can be paired with a green ceiling or accent wall in the kitchen or with other matching design elements such as the curtains or the area rug.
Published at Saturday, June 09th 2018, 22:25:26 PM. Kitchen By Elenora Costa. 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 Saturday, June 09th 2018, 22:25:03 PM. Kitchen By Renata Gallo. It’s such a wonderful thing to find hand-me-down treasures in your parents’ or grandparents’ attic. Remember that big old dining room table? Snap it up to use as a kitchen island. Being already lovingly worn down means you won’t be worried about using it to it’s full potential.
Published at Friday, June 08th 2018, 22:02:40 PM. Kitchen By Odeletta Petit. 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 Friday, June 08th 2018, 22:02:16 PM. Kitchen By Odeletta Petit. 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 Friday, June 08th 2018, 22:01:52 PM. Kitchen By Odeletta Petit. 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 Wednesday, May 23rd 2018, 19:55:55 PM. Kitchen By Francesca Rizzo. Naturally, there are many different design strategies which can revolve around green kitchen cabinets, counters, walls, etc. The cool part is that green looks nice when paired which pretty much any other color, especially those commonly found in nature.