Published at Thursday, September 20th 2018. by Bridget Cleveland in Kitchen.
When selecting colours, most experts will recommend sticking to basic colours, such as black and the more neutral tones. Black shows less marks from spilled food, while neutral colours are less likely to offend when it comes time to sell your house or apartment. This is because people are less shocked by traditional kitchen colours, especially on the cabinets.
The kitchen is a room that is more personal than any other room in your home. This is because your kitchen decorating theme deeply reflects your personal decorating tastes and style. When you decide to decorate your kitchen, it's important to be sure you're decorating for yourself... not others. Take your family into consideration of course, but if you're the one who uses the kitchen most, it's safe to consider it as your room. Now, the easiest way to add a little decorating flavor to your kitchen is by adding a fresh new coat of paint. If you don‘t feel like taking on a painting project though, don‘t worry. There are plenty of other ideas for decorating the kitchen that don‘t involve painting.
For old plastic-coated kitchen counters, give them new life by some faux painting styles. These worn out countertops can look like granite in no time! If the tiles you have don‘t jive with the new theme, simply repaint or re-grout them. Your kitchen appliances don‘t have to be left behind too. Tired of your dull white dishwasher? Try painting it blue or yellow instead. Even your ten-year old refrigerator won't mind.
A rotisserie grill adds a rotating spit to the grill to allow for even cooking of thick slabs of meat or whole animals. Food is cooked slowly over several hours that results in crispy skins on the outside and tender, moist meat on the inside. Rotisserie grills are best suited for thick steaks, fatty meats, or whole animals like chickens, ducks, or even whole pigs (if your grill is big enough).
Shade Sails and Covers: It is important to protect your appliances and furniture from the weather and potentially harsh elements. If you live in an extreme climate, consider the kind of protection you want to use for your outdoor kitchen. You can build awnings to shade the patio area or you can build a structure, like an arbor or pergola. Basically, this has a sturdy roof and side pillars. You can also install weather-resistant curtains to the side pillars that you can pull closed to act as walls if you’d like some privacy in your patio.
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