Published at Friday, August 09th 2019, 19:27:40 PM by Blanch Morel. Kitchen Islands. Sure, kitchen islands are hardworking, but they can also be equally inviting when designed specifically for family, friends or visitors to pull up a chair, enjoy conversation or lend a helping hand with prep work.
Published at Friday, August 09th 2019, 16:28:14 PM by Alys Moller. Kitchen Islands. Think of the word "rustic" and it' s hard not to envision a gorgeous woodland with sprawling trees and vibrant nature. The same goes for a rustic kitchen island – while the design is often simplistic, the end result is a beautiful and functional piece.
Published at Friday, August 09th 2019, 17:42:09 PM by Aubrianne Fournier. Kitchen Islands. Consider a stationary kitchen island if you are seeking a moderately sized design that can be moved to accommodate a new kitchen design or appliance. Stationary kitchen islands are the ideal option for a homeowner who is seeking a bit of extra space without a permanent commitment.
Published at Thursday, August 08th 2019, 06:49:52 AM. Kitchen Islands By Alys Moller. Painting a kitchen island is a big project, but the final result will be worth it. Before you begin painting, you‵ll need to remove all the hardware from the cabinets on your island. Store the hardware you remove from each drawer or cabinet in a separate plastic bag and label them to speed things up when it comes time to reassemble everything. This will also prevent you from losing any important nails or screws.
Published at Thursday, August 08th 2019, 06:42:57 AM. Kitchen By Renata Vecoli. Once you´re ready to start painting, you´ll want to prime the ceiling. Once the primer is dry, paint a 2- to 3-inch cut-in line on the ceiling using a paintbrush. Make sure to start painting the ceiling with your roller while the cut-in line is still wet to avoid having a visible line. Then, make a zigzag pattern with your roller and go over that with straight strokes to even out the paint. Let the first coat dry and then start the same process over again for a second coat.
Published at Thursday, August 08th 2019, 06:41:01 AM. Kitchen By Rosalba Tuscany. Just like the title of the popular movie "Under the Tuscan Sun" suggests, the Tuscan kitchen relies on a neutral palette while mixing in sun-warmed tones of gold and yellow.
Published at Thursday, August 08th 2019, 06:33:47 AM. Kitchen By Abelone Christiansen. 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.
Published at Thursday, August 08th 2019, 06:06:07 AM. Kitchen By Blanch Morel. 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 Wednesday, August 07th 2019, 22:30:38 PM. Kitchen By Aubrianne Fournier. Tuscan kitchens are often accented by elegant designs, like an ornate wood range hood over a stove, or handmade tiles to provide an Old World look to a backsplash. Copper fixtures, distressed stone and wood floors are common in Tuscan kitchen designs. Add decorative vases of bright sunflowers to countertops to give the room a natural spot of color. While the overall feeling of a Tuscan kitchen should be family-friendly, the room should feel grand upon entering.
Published at Wednesday, August 07th 2019, 22:18:25 PM. Kitchen By Pedra Navarro. You can paint your kitchen backsplash a solid color, use a stencil, or even create the look of faux tiles using painter's tape.