Kitchen Faucet / June 7, 2018 / Céline Cary.
Plus, it adds character to a space and can quickly take the mood from functional to cozy, perfect for an eat-in kitchen. Moving light fixtures after a kitchen has been installed can be expensive. Rewiring and repainting mean costs can add up quickly. For that reason.
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.
These old-fashioned window sash style pulls add vintage flair. Mixing sizes and profiles adds to the eclectic vibe in this kitchen. These have a very old-fashioned furniture style. They might not be the most practical for a high use kitchen, especially in a painted white finish, but they look great.
At first glance this kitchen backsplash of square white tiles might not seem to qualify as bold. But upon closer observation, note the pink grout. Now that’s a bold choice to embrace a favorite color.