Published at Sunday, September 02nd 2018, 08:26:59 AM by Blanch Morel. Kitchen. If you'd like to paint your kitchen backsplash, you′ll need to figure out the colors you′d like to use. It‵s important to consider the other colors you have in the room before settling on the perfect shade.
Published at Monday, September 03rd 2018, 18:52:14 PM by Alys Moller. Kitchen. You can also use chalkboard paint to create a unique backsplash in your kitchen. The classic black chalkboard color works well with white or light-colored cabinets, while a lighter shade is recommended for dark cabinets. A chalkboard backsplash will provide a canvas where you can write down grocery lists, recipes or special notes for your family. Easy to wipe clean, chalkboard paint works well in a space where there tends to be grease and spattered food.
Published at Sunday, September 02nd 2018, 16:28:14 PM by Pedra Navarro. Kitchen Islands. Think of the word "rustic" and it' s hard not to envision a gorgeous woodland with sprawling trees and vibrant nature. The same goes for a rustic kitchen island – while the design is often simplistic, the end result is a beautiful and functional piece.
Published at Saturday, August 11th 2018, 07:17:58 AM. Kitchen By Aubrianne Fournier. Whichever color or decorative technique you choose, you´ll be amazed at how different your chairs will look with just a few coats of paint.
Published at Friday, August 10th 2018, 20:17:56 PM. Kitchen By Salbatora Marín. Selecting the right paint finish is essential when painting a high-traffic space. Paints come in a number of finishes, from flat to high-gloss. The general rule of thumb is the more matte the finish, the harder it is to clean. If a finish is glossy, it tends to be more "scrubbable."
Published at Friday, August 10th 2018, 07:56:07 AM. Kitchen By Alys Moller. Once you´re ready to start painting, you´ll want to prime the ceiling. Once the primer is dry, paint a 2- to 3-inch cut-in line on the ceiling using a paintbrush. Make sure to start painting the ceiling with your roller while the cut-in line is still wet to avoid having a visible line. Then, make a zigzag pattern with your roller and go over that with straight strokes to even out the paint. Let the first coat dry and then start the same process over again for a second coat.
Published at Friday, August 10th 2018, 07:01:57 AM. Kitchen By Rosalba Tuscany. One idea for a classic Tuscan kitchen is to pair deep-brown paneled cabinetry with a beige- or gold-veined marble countertop. Rustic subway tiles can be used to create a distressed, Tuscan-influenced backsplash, while iron chandeliers provide a glamorous finishing touch. While you might not want a completely red kitchen, consider using a deep red decorative rug in this space to give the room a splash of color.
Published at Thursday, August 09th 2018, 19:19:08 PM. Kitchen By Hansine Pedersen. L-shaped kitchens work particularly well for homeowners with a small- to medium-sized kitchen space — they require at least one wall, which will usually feature cabinets and other permanent fixtures like a stove and sink. They may also incorporate a kitchen island, which can be extremely useful for food preparation and added storage. L-shaped kitchens often feature one portion of the "L" as an open counter space with a pass-through to a dining or living room to open up the entire kitchen space and create the impression of a larger area. L-shaped kitchens can be particularly functional and attractive spaces, as useful for cooking and cleaning as for gathering, eating and conversing.
Published at Thursday, August 09th 2018, 16:48:42 PM. Kitchen By Renata Vecoli. Yellow, red, blue, white, green and gray are all popular paint colors for kitchen walls. Yellow is a cheerful shade that can create a welcoming space while red can feel intense; both are believed to stimulate the appetite. Blue, white, green and gray are more low-key, calming shades.
Published at Thursday, August 09th 2018, 08:16:10 AM. Kitchen By Salbatora Marín. Furniture that looks like it´s been dipped in paint is a popular home design trend, and this technique works well with kitchen chairs. To try it, paint just the legs of your chairs or the backs of them. Or reverse this effect and paint the entire chair except for the bottom half of the legs. This is a great way to introduce a hint of color without completely covering your chairs. Chalkboard paint can also work wonders with kitchen chairs. Use it to create mini chalkboards on the back of each chair so family members and guests can claim their spots when mealtime rolls around.