By Jesse Mathieu. Kitchen. Published at Saturday, December 09th, 2017 - 23:52:13 PM.
If a clean and contemporary look is what you envision for your dream kitchen, concrete can be ideal. It can take on numerous looks (stained and scored to resemble large tiles, even), is one of the low-maintenance choices, and is also quite the budget-friendly option.
U-shaped kitchen designs were once the epitome of a covetable kitchen layout, but it's all about the L now and to that end, homeowners have been experimenting, to make this layout a little more custom and personal. A tried and tested way to add extra pizazz to an otherwise functional room is to add a healthy dose of colour and L-shaped installations soak up unusual hues like a sponge.
So, how do you go about accomplishing this without resorting to a cluttered look? Consider adding glass doors to your cabinets so everyone can enjoy your beautiful collection of plates, bowls and mugs. And instead of hiding those aprons and cloths in a drawer, hang them up on a few wall hooks (their colours and patterns are sure to enhance the country look even more).
Modern-day tiles are available in a wide array of finishes, perfect for just about any interior style. Additional benefits include their hard surfaces, stain-resistant features, and the fact that they are impervious to moisture.
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