Thursday, July 20, 2017

Best decor ideas for kitchen in 2017

Retro Style

The kitchen in this California house was expanded by combining it with the formal dining area and updating it with fresh takes on classic country style--all while maintaining the space's original yellow-and-red color scheme.

Vintage Treasures

A metal and wood army desk-turned-prep island would be the centerpiece of the Arizona ranch house's kitchen. The wood shirt and green foundation that is rusty give the kitchen personality. Barnwood shelves select up the warmth of the island's counter tops, whilst brass pendants (in an old ice-cream) echo the towel pub's shine.

Bright Space Saver

Generally speaking, vintage (and vintage-inspired) appliances have a bigger footprint than modern-day behemoths. They can also add charm--and a welcome pop of colour! --in a small space. This 50s-style Smeg refrigerator is just under 24" wide (compared to 36" width of several standard modern versions).

Patterned Tiles

Rugs, nevertheless durable, are not practical to get a heavy-use kitchen. Input statement flooring tileit's a way to add impact to your kitchen design than, say, a backsplash. Proceed to for comparable quilt-like patterns.

Kitchen Cabinet Mississauga

Neutral Palette

The proprietor of the rural Connecticut farmhouse switches round her kitchen accessories on a whim, so a neutral palette is vital. Every wall in the home, including those covered with barn-inspired board-and-batten paneling, is painted the same shade of white, and the majority of the furniture is covered in white or neutral linen.

Light and Intelligent

The proprietor of the Alberta farmhouse skipped drapes to lighten the room's look and optimize views of the scenic property. While cabinets, shelves, and chairs include warmth, minimalist pendant fixtures cast lots of spaces without obstructing sight lines.

Upgraded Cabinets

The proprietors of this 18th-century farmhouse additional a vintage porcelain double farm sink and re-faced all of the cabinets to renovate the area.

Mixed Materials

At a space-starved kitchen, it is tempting to go into the all-white route, but this kitchen chooses to get a layered mixture of materials, including reclaimed South Carolina barnwood (the cupboards and shelves), galvanized metal (the countertops), soapstone (the sink), as well as unlacquered brass (the hardware).

Bright Accents

Add some whimsy to your workspace with a retro refrigerator like Smeg 50's Retro Style

Statement Stove

This proprietor of this Texas home chose to splurge on a colorful range, then worked on reviving the remainder of the space.

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