Published at Sunday, October 14th 2018. by Bridget Cleveland in Kitchen.
Kitchen lighting can be an overlooked area of kitchen design. Even if the kitchen has generally good lighting, the counter areas can be somewhat dark. For these areas under-cabinet lighting can help provide more light to work in. By using simple spots or fluorescent lights a smaller kitchen can be made to look larger.
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.
There are many beautiful kitchens nicely photographed in magazines focused on home improvement such as kitchen remodeling. You get to see the newest designs and appliances. Sometimes you might think these kitchen designs are out of your price range, or your home isn’t big enough, but it is a good source for fresh ideas and you might learn a thing or two about what’s new. Many of these periodicals can offer you how to information and reviews you can use to help you decide what to look for in a design, materials and more.
The entire modern kitchen design aesthetic elevates utility and function above all else. All the materials involved in modern designs are highly resistant to staining and damages, which makes them easy to clean and to maintain. By elevating utilitarian designs to an art form, the modern kitchen is both highly attractive and highly functional- even if it can be a bit intimidating at first glance.
Planning your kitchen is a fun and rewarding activity if you have the freedom to do so. Many people moving in to their very first home might consider this option in order to make things uniquely theirs right off. Kitchens usually come complete with sink, dishwasher, refrigerator, and oven-stove combos. Most have counter space as well. And while all of these things are great, and essential to the kitchen‘s functionality, they can pose some interesting challenges if you have limited space. For small kitchens, the following simple design plans are the most common and rewarding:
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