Kitchen Design / August 30, 2018 / Harlee Brinkley.
For people of shorter stature and kids, a farmhouse sink can be more accessible. If you choose a porcelain or ceramic farmhouse sink, there are a wealth of color options. A farmhouse sink makes a deliberate design statement that will be with you for a long time.
First instinct or cup of tea, but it’s a refreshing alternative. Mixing industrial pulls with more classic knobs and latches can help to balance out a look. Sleek and stylish but not too modern stainless steel hoods, modern faucets, thick marble countertops.
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.
Embossed with textures that look and feel surprisingly realistic. One of the most inexpensive flooring options on the market. Vinyl can approximate the look of pricier materials at a fraction of the cost.