Updating small kitchens
Give instant visual interest to your kitchen by mixing and matching multiple materials and textures.
In this kitchen, cream-colored custom kitchen cabinets lighten the space and add contrast to the steel stove. To indulge the splurge on marble countertops, these homeowners saved elsewhere by keeping the original room layout and plumbing as is.
Blocks of bright color — on the chair seats and pillows — lend the dining room by designer Todd Klein a playful air.
It was opened to the kitchen to create a larger, more convivial space to cook, entertain, read, nap, and bask in the light.
Updating your kitchen can bring a high return on your decorating investment.
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Fresh flowers or a bowl of fruit go a long way toward brightening up a kitchen.
This inexpensive fix only takes a few minutes and makes any day feel like a special occasion.
A pot rack adds style, makes them easily accessible, and creates more cabinet space for other items, says designer Shannon Bowers, who did that in this Texas home's kitchen.
Update the look of your backsplash — without grout — by using tile decals.