By Zoey Patel. Kitchen Inspiration. At Tuesday, December 25th 2018, 07:31:41 AM.
Another idea for using unexpected wood textures in the kitchen is to go as natural as you possibly can. The photo above shows a countertop that looks like the wood was just dragged right out of the forest and thrown onto the kitchen island. When combined with the sleek white design of the rest of the kitchen, it’s another interesting high-contrast style. Warm wood floors stop the countertop from looking too out of place. You could use similar highly rustic textures in other countertop spaces or in chairs and stools, too.
Alternately, smart fridges are ideal for the tech-savvy family – or those who just want to save time and money. They can do everything from help you remember to use items before they expire to serve as a message board for the house. Whichever type of fridge you choose, be willing to invest. This is a staple appliance and it’s worth getting a good one.
Quartz is made with at least 90% quartz material. The rest is polymers, color and resins, which bind the quartz and make it incredibly strong and stable. The resins, although not as dangerous as radon, may also release into the air. Quartz may also be imported, creating carbon footprint issues. The U.S. manufacturer Cambria offers an eco-friendly quartz that solves both issues. Its quartz is made in the USA and is Greenguard Certified, which means it doesn’t create any indoor air quality issues from off gassing.
The kitchen is the hub of the home with we tend to spend a lot of time in the kitchen compared to other rooms as-well as some would refer to it as the heart of the home. Years ago, the kitchen or cooking room was always the busiest also deemed the most important plus we still keep on to that concept today. The minimalist, clean up uncluttered kitchen was the style several home owners favored but over recent times the traditional country kitchens seem and really feel is becoming a lot more popular again with homeowners.