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Aug-7-14

Kitchen designs Ideas

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Brand new custom kitchen designs can be very costly. Fortunately, with a little creativity it is simple to recreate your favorite kitchen designs on a budget. The key to recreating those fabulous dream kitchen ideas without draining your wallet is identifying those key design elements that will have the most impact on the overall design, and then focus your funds there. Our favorite way to revamp an outdated space is with fresh new kitchen paint colors. This is the single diy project that can have the most overall impact on a kitchen for the least amount of money. Think bold and vibrant when selecting paint, and dare to use those most popular colors for 2014 that may look out of place in other areas of your home designs. Another great way to give a custom look is by incorporating fabulous new kitchen tile backsplash. These cheap DIY kitchen decorations will give the room an instant facelift without spending an arm and a leg on major structural redo’s like new cabinetry.

A key element to consider when undertaking a new kitchen makeover is flooring. The kitchen floor is one of the most highly trafficked areas of the home and, as such, should be both durable and safe to walk on. A slippery floor material such as slick tiles or highly glossed woods can often lead to accidents while cooking and should therefore be avoided. When selecting the best kitchen flooring also keep in mind the heavy maintenance it will surely undergo. Do not select a material that cannot withstand frequent washings with heavy duty soaps. Our favorite designer products for kitchen floors are beautiful natural woods or nonslip tiled materials. Both are available in a variety of awesome colors and coordinated with any 2014 kitchen designs style for a gorgeous rich look. Finishing details such as kitchen flooring are vital to achieving that professionally designed look, so choose wisely.

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Use glass doors to showcase personal collections of fine antiques, sentimental glassware, or playful pottery. Display colorful dishes to energize an all-white kitchen.

Sep-9-13

Additional Details

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his classic kitchen with white cabinets, marble accents, and traditional details gets personalized with an on-display pot rack and sliver of sunny yellow paint.

Sep-9-13

Personal Touches

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Personal Touches

An all-white kitchen goes country by simply adding a blue beaded-board backsplash, displaying mismatched cabinetry hardware, and showcasing beloved collections.

Sep-5-13

Intricate Beauty

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Beautifully elegant, this kitchen’s rich cabinetry and island is accented by gold and copper accents, only adding to the rooms opulence.

Aug-29-13

Pop of Color

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Painting the interior of kitchen cabinets a contrasting color — in this case apple green — is something both architect Gil Schafer and his color consultant, Eve Ashcraft, love to do. Aside from supplying a shot of color, it sets off the china.

Aug-13-13

Classic Kitchen Color

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Classic Kitchen Color

Architect Ken Pursley converted an exterior porch in this home into a family-worthy kitchen. “Kitchens should have at least two doorways, so they’re part of the circular flow of the house. Plus there is room for the family. The color on the walls is sophisticated but doesn’t take away from the standout features of the room.”

Aug-11-13

Bright Lights, Small Kitchen

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Bright Lights, Small Kitchen

Bold color isn’t the only way to create excitement. Kitchen designer Vasi Ypsilantis used these oversized light fixtures with black fabric shades from Tech Lighting to add some wow: “They’re about 2 feet in diameter and are slightly larger than you would expect for the space,” she says. “But they give a great sense of depth perception and create drama in a room with a typical low ceiling.” The luxurious cabinets are Poggenpohl’s Marsh Oak Veneer with a rich near-black stain. Image courtesy of Poggenpohl

Jul-23-13

Colorful Industrial Style

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Colorful Industrial Style

For a stylish industrial-chic look on a budget, shop for particle board or medium-density fiberboard (MDF) cabinets covered with Thermofoil or melamine. Thermofoil gives the look of paint, including high-gloss lacquer effects like the cabinets shown here, without the drips or brush marks. It’s made by fusing thin vinyl onto the substrate with heat. Melamine is a plastic made from resin, pressed wood, and paper and is designed to be relatively maintenance free. To present a sleek wall of color, the cabinet drawers and doors in this kitchen were installed without hardware. The units rest on baseboards made from aluminum bought from a metal supply shop.

Jul-18-13

Linoleum Flooring in the Kitchen

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Linoleum Flooring in the Kitchen

 

A rainbow of colors and a bevy of design options make linoleum a good choice for a kitchen floor. Often compared to vinyl, the durable surface is great for busy spaces. It stands up to foot traffic, water, heat, and scratching. Linoleum is inherently antibacterial and antistatic, making it hygienic and easy to clean. And a plus for avid cooks: linoleum floors are soft and comfortable underfoot. You can stand for a long time at the stove without getting achy.