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    Beautiful Kitchen! I love the tile & the bar stools!

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    Country Cottage Kitchens Need Some Wicker

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    Beautiful white kitchen. glass topped uppers. ceiling beams. colorful tile backsplash.

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    White cabinets with glass upper cabinets

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  • Cheryl Robbins

    tall upper cabinets, Beautiful Kitchen! I love the tile! #backsplash #kitchen

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Bring the Outside In: The teal shelves used in this kitchen may have once housed farm equipment, but now they look chic alongside a stainless-steel refrigerator. The trick is choosing the right paint color and updating any worn hardware such as the wire screens shown here.

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Translucent Tile Consisting of slender glass tile in creamy hues and stone tiles in coppery shades, the radiant translucence of this mosaic backsplash adds depth to the kitchen. A neutral color palette such as this one can warm up a sleek, contemporary space. The trendy narrow tiles maintain a modern vibe.

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Foto "pinnata" dalla nostra lettrice Antonella Grigoli