Kitchen Design / August 28, 2018 / Bianca Bouchard.
The countertop but rounded corners at the bottom of the basin where most of the cleanup happens. Of course, it’s great for draining dishes, so if you do a lot of hand washing, it’s convenient. The drainboard can also allow fruits and vegetables to dry after washing.
Cobalt blue squares enliven this Stockholm space. Which has simple white cabinets paired with counters of stainless steel and butcher block.
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.
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.