Uilliam O’Mahony. Kitchen. December 06th , 2020.
This little kitchen does an impeccable job of mixing traditional elements like the black accent wall, rustic stools, and modern marble island In this super small kitchen, a retro menu board adds a fun “greasy spoon” diner vibe to the wall. It adds just the right amount of kitsch without going overboard.
Ultra glossy kitchens tend to look a bit Euro-mod, but there’s no denying the reflective (read: light-bouncing) properties it offers. This inviting space brings shine thanks to a glossy subway tile backsplash. When you’re a renter, it’s not always feasible to add on-the-wall shelving, even if they are incredibly useful for expanding your surface area. One of our Design Editor’s go-to solutions to this? A cheap baker’s rack, like this one from Target.
Do not let the connotation of industrial turn you off. It can look totally elegant and clean (start with some fresh flowers on your island), and a stainless steel backsplash will take all those oil splatters like a pro.
Inspiration for a small modern l-shaped light wood floor and brown floor enclosed kitchen remodel in Seattle with a single-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets, light wood cabinets, quartz countertops, white backsplash, ceramic backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island Drawers for basic cooking ingredients next to stove and ovens. Example of a huge minimalist l-shaped porcelain floor eat-in kitchen design in Edmonton with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, gray cabinets, quartz countertops, white backsplash, ceramic backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island Island is massive with lots of prep space and lots of seating.
Stone Center / The Size Inspiration for a mid-sized modern porcelain floor eat-in kitchen remodel in Atlanta with flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets and an island Like the slab cabinets and island counter that wraps down.
Rather than trying to cover up this aged brick (there are surely far, far worse problems in the world), this kitchen made it part of its decor. Whether you have beautiful brick like this or reclaimed wood or vintage tile, consider sticking with it before making big changes
Keep it sparse and simple. All you need to add some dimension to an all-white kitchen is wooden counter stools, and maybe a solitary plant leaf.
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