By Zoey Patel. Kitchen Inspiration. At Sunday, December 30th 2018, 01:38:03 AM.
We’re all trying to lessen our carbon footprint, and your outdated kitchen appliances are a great place to start. If an appliance upgrade is in your future, be sure to make it energy efficient! You’ll get a modern look while saving water and energy — good for the earth and your bills. Consider replacing plumbing fixtures as well, as low-flow kitchen faucets save a lot of water. Updating your kitchen shouldn’t only be for aesthetics; it should also help save you money and the Earth’s resources.
Your countertops also get a large portion of real estate in your kitchen. While outdated kitchens may have the inconvenient tile-and-grout or cheap vinyl for workspace, the variety of countertop surfaces options out there today are endless. Foom solid surfacing varieties that consist of resin and polymers to natural stone varieties such as marble and granite, there’s an option for everyone’s style and budget.
Wood is a common material for kitchens, from cabinets to walls to countertops. You can also use wood textures in the kitchen in surprising ways to create some visual interest and a style all your own. You can use wood in unexpected ways or in unexpected places to make a statement in a space. So if you’re looking for something creative to do with a kitchen design, take a look at the different ways to use wood textures in the kitchen.
There are so many ways but none more effective than painting the walls and ceilings white. White reproduce light, expand sense of space and makes the walls draw out. You can then make your choice of white colored countertops, cabinetry and other wall mounted furniture matched with tile flooring's that are predominantly white or light colored. The appearance will be one seamless space; bright, tidy and also uncluttered. It's also possible to use varying tones of white or you can recessed your cabinet panels and use moldings to add some delicate shadows and drama if you definitely love the purity of an all-white theme.
Making it light and also bright add an illusion of expansiveness to an otherwise narrow and tight space.