Monday 29th, May 2017 21:28:50: PM. bedroom. Samantha Velazquez.
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Backsplash Solutions Let‘s start with some backsplash action! We recently featured the kitchen below in our DIY backsplash post, but we just had to highlight it again. Because sometimes a little bit of paint is all it takes to completely transform your space. See more of Laura‘s eye-catching painted backsplash at A Beautiful Mess:
Mandy from A Beautiful Mess shared a helpful tutorial for an inexpensive plank backsplash. Not only does it add unique, classic style to your kitchen (love those horizontal wooden planks!), it‘s affordable too:
Most often, it is white marble along with lighter tones of wood that seem to find space in the modern rustic or farmhouse kitchens. But those looking for something far more masculine and dashing can try out black marble countertops or dark grained hardwood.
Kitchen Islands With Cookers And Cook Tops A cooker is an essential thing for every kitchen, and you can built it into your kitchen island or just place it between the parts of the kitchen island. Another idea is buy just a minimal cook top, it will be easier to build-in and it won’t take much space.
With designers veering towards the open plan living area, it is now easier than ever before to ensure that the ergonomic kitchen gets a view that matches one offered by the living space or dining area. Sometimes stunning and understated on other occasions, here is a roundup of the very best on offer -
Counter Makeovers Your kitchen counter can set the tone for your entire culinary space. If your budget doesn‘t allow a do-over, try a makeover! Concrete creates a neutral, modern finish, and it can be directly applied to your existing countertop to give it a refresh. Learn more at A Beautiful Mess:
Do you have a small kitchen? Do you want your kitchen to be functional and mobile without unnecessary details and parts? Here‘s a quintessence of any kitchen - AKitchen by Mette Schelde! It reduces cooking equipment to an essential minimum of three work stations, for fire (with built-in gas tank), water (needs plumbing) and cutting up (a chopping block on wheels)
Kitchen Islands With A Longer Or Wider Countertop If you want to save some space, you can just go for a longer or wider kitchen island and use the additional length or width or eating. It’s very smart and you won’t need to buy additional furniture - just a couple of stools.
Heart of the Modern Home As we alluded to earlier, the modern kitchen is much more than a place to just cook and is increasingly becoming a part of the larger living space visual that blurs the line between each particular area. Add to this the balcony, deck or patio outside that extends this space outdoors, and it is barely a surprise that kitchens these days become the focal point of the stylish, trendy interior. Large sliding glass doors, bi-fold doors, sweeping windows and at times an open, pavilion-style design ensure that the distant coastline or the sparkling beach just outside is visually a part of the interior