Kitchen Cabinets / August 25, 2018 / Amandine Isaac.
From refrigerator storage to seats at the dining table, the number of people you want to accommodate will affect your design choices. As you may have discovered if you’re considering a remodel, everything from cabinets to sinks to appliances comes at a variety of price points.
You could also add accent lighting to glass cabinets or open shelving to highlight your displays. When it comes to choosing kitchen lights, take your cues from your home’s architecture the lighting styles in the rest of the home. Choosing similar styles or at least having a unifying theme such as shape or finish will create a sense of flow among the spaces.
The mosaic in a New York kitchen is made up of broken china. In a sweet and sentimental touch, the material over the range is primarily the homeowner’s own grandmother’s china.
A Portland, Oregon, kitchen features a black-and-white photo mural as a backsplash. Dark red subway tile adds a zing of color to this black-and-white kitchen in a San Francisco Victorian.