Published at September 18th, 2018 - 01:04:04. Kitchen. By Rena Hopper.
Color: try to think about what color scheme you will like and enjoy throughout the years. You don’t want to choose a bold, crazy color palette that you end up tiring of after one season. If you want a bold, bright touch, use interchangeable pillows, cushions, and throws. You can choose, bright appliances or flowers to add color too. That way, your base palette remains neutral while adding add splashes color that are easy to change out.
To give the kitchen some visible borders without blocking views create a kitchen canopy. Also a high ceiling in the kitchen can create the perception of spaciousness.
Take your old cabinets and storage shelves for instance, if they're not in that bad a condition, try updating them with a new coat of color. Changing the cupboard doors or the handles may give them a brand new appeal too. Plus, these little changes don't have to cost you a month‘s salary - unlike some of the stupidly priced luxury items you can find for your home.
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