Published at Saturday, September 29th 2018. by Rena Hopper in Kitchen.
Think logically. What things from your existing kitchen are you planning to keep? What are you going to throw away? What will need replacing? What can be refurbished and re-used? All of these questions can give you a headache so make lists of what you’re throwing away and what you need to buy. That way you’re always in control and won't end up with two of anything. When deciding what new furniture and appliances to invest in start by listing what you need and then move on to what you want. Fitting in the necessities should always be your priority.
You can combine would and metal. It wouldn‘t look weird or even overrated. You can have your own functional kitchen island and add it with cabinets made of wood. You can even add in wall cabinets that can be painted white.
The backsplash is the most prominent and exposed part of the kitchen, and can get dirty very easily. The backsplash is important and it fuses the design of the kitchen making it more prominent. When applying the rustic design, it is very crucial to choose a proper color and design in the backsplash.
Next, try new kitchen accessories. Every kitchen could do well with new fresh accessories. After a while your old accessories tend to get tiresome. New accessories like paper towel racks, bread boxes, salt and pepper shakers, or even old jars can make your kitchen look like it‘s been completely redecorated. And along with these new accessories, if your budget permits, purchase a new kitchen gadget that will go along with your new theme. Instead of a plain white coffeemaker for instance, go for a new red coffee maker to accent the red apples in the country themed curtains. Be creative and add a personal touch.
You’ve been living in your home for decades and now you’re thinking about improving the function and appearance of some of your rooms. The kitchen is a favorite room most homeowners first think of when an upgrade is needed.
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