Kitchen Cupboards

Kitchen Cupboards

SHERWIN-WILLIAMS finished kitchen cabinets ,Solid Wood Doors & Plywood Boxes,Soft Closing Hardware. FACTORY DIRECT 10'x10' Kitchens only $1400.

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When it comes to backsplash and countertop combinations, Kitchen Cupboards white subway tile and granite countertops are good standbys. But if you’re looking to make your kitchen stand out, consider some of the following material pairings. Here, the respective kitchen designers share why they chose the materials and how they fit with the larger scheme of the overall space. "1. Yellow Ceramic Tile and Butcher Block Why the design works: The new space has nearly doubled the size of the previous layout and allows for an island in the future. 2. Brick and ‘Concrete’ Who uses it: This home is for a soon-to-be empty nester whose last of Kitchen Cupboards three children is almost off to college. She wanted to downsize from her large suburban house to a smaller urban loft. A collapsible ironing board hides in a sliding cabinet door on this end of the island. 3. Green Back-Painted Glass and Caesarstone The soffit and clerestory windows bring down the scale of the room over the work areas for better task lighting, while filling the room with views and natural light. Making the walls “white” provided a nice backdrop for the darker cabinets, allows natural light to bounce around the space, and Kitchen Cupboards tied the kitchen in with the rest of the house. 4. Red Back-Painted Glass and Caesarstone" Designer Sidra Gross sensitively rehabs rental properties with high-end, customized attention in mind. She recently transformed a 100-year-old kitchen in one of her rental units on an $8,000 budget, creating an upscale look using lots of her own labor, existing plumbing and many low-cost Kitchen Cupboards materials. "“After” photos by Melodie Hayes AFTER: Given the budget and the desire to have an expensive-looking kitchen, Gross got creative with affordable materials that included plywood, paint and repurposed scraps from other areas of the overall project. Gross demolished a small wall to the right of the refrigerator (and to the left of the brick fireplace back) to expand the space. The opening also balances the entrance on the Kitchen Cupboards other side of the fireplace. Gross painted the exterior of the stainless steel vent hood gold to complement brass finishes elsewhere in the kitchen. Adhering to stainless steel appliances can be trying, she says, because they don’t carry over to some of the larger elements in the room. “Rust-Oleum gold is my happy place,” she says. The new floor combines hundreds of pieces of cut plywood in a Kitchen Cupboards geometric pattern. Gross says she spent only about $1 per square foot for the material. Her inspiration was a post by Mandi Gubler on her DIY blog, Vintage Revivals. Siren Spaces carpenter Carmen Draper had to buy a special saw to make all the required oddball 60-degree cuts. Draper punched up the pattern even more by adding contrast to adjacent segments. Some are left natural, while others are tinted with white paint, and the darker triangles had a strategic run-in with a blow torch. “When you take a blow torch to wood and lightly run it Kitchen Cupboards over the surface, the grain of the wood pops out like tiger stripes,” Gross says. Here’s a view of the kitchen from the living room. The opening on the right used to be a wall, which, as mentioned earlier, was demolished to create symmetry and an open flow.Floor plan from Siren Spaces"

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