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Also this kitchen has beaded board backsplash which goes better with my country theme than the tile backsplash I just pinned. Still like the tile though...will have to think this through Kitchens Design, Open Shelves, Decoration, Farms Sinks, Farmhouse Sinks, Kitchens Idea, White Cabinets, Open Shelving, White Kitchens
I've always loved this kitchen. The open kitchen shelves, perfect styling and great colors are a lovely touch. I love, love, love the mini grey subway tiles.
Clean & fresh whites are combined with the palest of watery blues in this coastal kitchen. Bead board ceiling and details on cabinets paired with subway tiles and paneled walls keep the pure color pallet full of interesting texture.
Open shelving makes a kitchen feel larger. Kate of Centsational Style shows readers seven ways to add open shelving: www.bhg.com/...
White Cabinets, black or gray counters, and maybe a lighter green than we've got currently. Love the character of these shelves.
Rather than using standard cabinetry, consider creating a sink vanity out of an antique dresser. A cabinetmaker can cut a hole in the top of the dresser to fit a drop-in sink. Coat the remaining wooden surface with polyurethane to protect it from water and moisture. If space permits, you can incorporate a matching chest of drawers for storage
Layered Shelving - Layers of open shelving allow you to place items on upper and lower shelves according to how often they're used. Here, small, frequently used items are placed on the lowest level. Larger items or those used only occasionally are out of the way on the top
Open Shelving with Tiffany Blue walls...very classy Shelf Solutions - use 1/2" pine boards with 1 1/2" pieces of flat stock pine attached to the front of each shelf giving the illusion of hefty (and pricey) shelving. Open shelves help make this galley kitchen seem larger and are a great way to store kitchen essentials. -- this would look cute in my dining room!
This is mote realistic for guest bath remodel with black and white flooring.... Think White Pick out basic white components for your must-have bath features and save thousands in remodeling dollars. White sinks, tubs, and toilets all cost less than those in colors because manufacturers make and sell more of them. Plan your bathroom remodel with our free guide.