Published at Friday, August 09th 2019, 16:28:14 PM by Alys Moller. Kitchen Islands. If you are seeking a classic French-style kitchen, then consider a kitchen island that boasts simple, black cabinetry paired with a marble or granite countertop. The effect will be noteworthy, but perfectly understated.
Published at Friday, August 09th 2019, 17:42:09 PM by Aubrianne Fournier. Kitchen Islands. If you want to keep the room fairly neutral, choose a subtle shade for your island such as cream, beige, greige or a subtle pastel shade. If you′re willing to be more adventurous, a bold shade can really shine on a kitchen island. Since the island is a focal point in the room, a striking shade can ground the space and make the room feel fun and inviting. Some colors that would work well with a kitchen island include yellow, turquoise, navy blue, orange and red. Lighter colors such as blue, gray and mint can really shine too. Whichever color you choose, make sure it‵s one you really love and won′t grow tired of over time.
Published at Friday, August 09th 2019, 19:27:40 PM by Blanch Morel. Kitchen Islands. If you have a bit of a commitment phobia. then a freestanding kitchen island might be the ideal option for adding more food preparation and storage space to your kitchen area.
Published at Thursday, August 08th 2019, 17:20:30 PM. Kitchen By Salbatora Marín. Yellow, red, blue, white, green and gray are all popular paint colors for kitchen walls. Yellow is a cheerful shade that can create a welcoming space while red can feel intense; both are believed to stimulate the appetite. Blue, white, green and gray are more low-key, calming shades.
Published at Thursday, August 08th 2019, 17:20:17 PM. Kitchen By Hansine Pedersen. Completely overhauling a kitchen can be costly, but painting a kitchen ceiling is one way to reinvent your space without breaking the bank.
Published at Thursday, August 08th 2019, 16:57:18 PM. Kitchen By Rosalba Tuscany. A semi-gloss finish is even glossier than a satin one, but it reflects a lot of light without being too over the top. Another tough finish that′s easy to scrub, it′s a smart choice for the kitchen and especially your backsplash. Glossier finishes tend to highlight imperfections in the wall, so this isn‵t the best option if your walls have a few dents and dings.
Published at Thursday, August 08th 2019, 16:48:42 PM. Kitchen By Alys Moller. The traditional kitchen is one of the most popular design styles when it comes to creating a room everyone will enjoy. Traditional styling speaks to a great many people, and it's a top design choice for many families.
Published at Thursday, August 08th 2019, 16:36:58 PM. Kitchen By Aubrianne Fournier. 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 Thursday, August 08th 2019, 16:21:30 PM. Kitchen By Salbatora Marín. Furniture that looks like it´s been dipped in paint is a popular home design trend, and this technique works well with kitchen chairs. To try it, paint just the legs of your chairs or the backs of them. Or reverse this effect and paint the entire chair except for the bottom half of the legs. This is a great way to introduce a hint of color without completely covering your chairs. Chalkboard paint can also work wonders with kitchen chairs. Use it to create mini chalkboards on the back of each chair so family members and guests can claim their spots when mealtime rolls around.
Published at Thursday, August 08th 2019, 16:04:58 PM. Kitchen By Blanch Morel. 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."