In kitchens, function often reigns supreme, which leaves little room for decorative flair. Consider the space above your cabinets as prime display space. You will add a fun touch to your kitchen, without taking up precious counter or storage space. Pay attention to scale when
Dove gray walls emphasize slightly deeper hued cabinets in this family friendly kitchen that boasts formal flair. The gray tones, as well as the appliances silvery finishes, easily transition into the formal dining room, where the grays appear as posh upholstery fabrics and drapery panels.
Greige backsplash tiles, the outer islands wood top, and distressed floor boards boost the temperature without disrupting the rooms serene style. White and grays create a fine foundation for building kitchens that appear larger than their dimensions. The tile backsplash in this U shape kitchen
The same shade of gray repeats in the cabinet finishes and quartz surfacing countertops, which present a pleasing contrast of matte and polished textures. Monochromatic is never monotonous when a single hue is showcased in varying shades and diverse textures. In this wow worthy kitchen,
Try a bright hue or color that contrasts with the perimeter cabinets in your kitchen. Use accessories to introduce the color elsewhere in your kitchen so the island will blend with the rest of the space. While sleek floating shelves look right at home in
A black matte finish on the beneficiant island compliments the scene with hanging evaluation. To prevent present day conventional style from feeling stodgy and unlivable, add a thoughtful dose of informal embellishments, inclusive of the beaded board panels and wire mesh door fronts that hint
Black repeats as leather capped stools that introduce a contrast in texture. A pair of islands antiqued with gray glaze and topped with different counter surfaces bring furnished room appeal to this gray kitchen. The islands, which mirror the colors of a sculptural zinc
To create a coordinated look, use a fabric that has a color already found in your kitchen. The fabric on these Roman shades contains a blue similar to the backsplash and cabinet interiors. Consider using an easy to wash fabric for your treatments so you
Sometimes less is more. If a big kitchen seems like an overwhelming sea of cabinets and cupboards, keep that in mind during the design process and opt for something more compact. In this kitchen, homeowners traded their bulky island for a compact Chinese table, it
Old, dingy cabinets get a fresh look with well placed fabric details. The blue and white color scheme shown here was inspired by a border of delft accent tiles. Coordinating delft fabric lines the glass fronted upper cabinets. Give them a fresh coat of paint.