Published at Friday, August 09th 2019, 17:48:19 PM by Pedra Navarro. Kitchen. You can paint your kitchen backsplash a solid color, use a stencil, or even create the look of faux tiles using painter's tape.
Published at Friday, August 09th 2019, 19:19:08 PM by Rosalba Tuscany. Kitchen. Selecting the right paint finish is essential when painting a high-traffic space. Paints come in a number of finishes, from flat to high-gloss. The general rule of thumb is the more matte the finish, the harder it is to clean. If a finish is glossy, it tends to be more "scrubbable."
Published at Friday, August 09th 2019, 19:30:28 PM by Didrika Gunther. Kitchen. If you love the look of tiles but prefer to use paint on your backsplash, you can create faux tiles with paint. This can be a long, tedious process, but the results are worth it. Using the tape to create different sized "tiles," you can mimic a number of different materials, from glass to stone. If you`d like to incorporate a bunch of colors into your backsplash, this technique is the way to go.
Published at Monday, August 05th 2019, 16:50:25 PM. Kitchen By Pedra Navarro. L-shaped kitchens work particularly well for homeowners with a small- to medium-sized kitchen space — they require at least one wall, which will usually feature cabinets and other permanent fixtures like a stove and sink. They may also incorporate a kitchen island, which can be extremely useful for food preparation and added storage. L-shaped kitchens often feature one portion of the "L" as an open counter space with a pass-through to a dining or living room to open up the entire kitchen space and create the impression of a larger area. L-shaped kitchens can be particularly functional and attractive spaces, as useful for cooking and cleaning as for gathering, eating and conversing.
Published at Monday, August 05th 2019, 16:28:29 PM. Kitchen By Didrika Gunther. Before choosing a color, look at your space and find a shade that works best with the other accents in the room. It`s also important to consider how much light your kitchen gets. Light blue is a good go-to color for kitchen ceilings. Reminiscent of the sky, it feels light and airy.
Published at Monday, August 05th 2019, 16:25:45 PM. Kitchen By Hansine Pedersen. After you‵ve finished sanding, make sure to prime your chairs. Many people choose to skip this step, but you shouldn‵t. Priming will ensure your chairs have a beautiful, clean finish. Once the primer is completely dry, you can begin painting your chairs. Remember to go with the grain of the wood and use consistent strokes with your paintbrush or roller. Let the paint dry in-between coats, and make sure to seal the chair with a layer of polyurethane. This final step will protect your chairs from inevitable kitchen spills and general wear and tear, and it will also give them a glossy, even finish.
Published at Monday, August 05th 2019, 16:25:12 PM. Kitchen By Salbatora Marín. If you have a really large kitchen and very high ceilings, you can go with a more bold hue such as dark gray or navy blue. To avoid highlighting any imperfections on your ceiling, it's best to use a flat finish, but some interior designers like to use a glossy finish for new homes to reflect light and add some dimension to the space.
Published at Monday, August 05th 2019, 08:13:38 AM. Kitchen By Aubrianne Fournier. Painting kitchen chairs is a relatively easy project that takes some time and patience, but it's worth the work.
Published at Monday, August 05th 2019, 08:03:20 AM. Kitchen Appliances By Renata Vecoli. A key (but often overlooked, at least initially) part to these outdoor luxuries: the plumbing and electrical work required—so plan accordingly, both for your dream design and budget.
Published at Monday, August 05th 2019, 07:23:39 AM. Kitchen By Rosalba Tuscany. Painting a ceiling can be a pain in the neck (literally!), but it's a relatively easy project that you can do yourself. Before you begin painting, make sure to cover your floor, countertops, cabinets, appliances and any other surfaces with a drop cloth. Using painter′s tape, cover the area where the wall meets the ceiling, unless you′re using the same color on both surfaces.