Kitchen. Sunday , October 01st , 2017 - 23:59:15 PM
Contemporary kitchen tiles take a modern look and style, transforming traditional tiles. There are no set rules as to what the kitchen will look like, colours can be cool neutrals and they will have an air of sophistication to them. Contemporary tiles are usually larger in size than 100 x 100mm, but this is no set rule. Style can be added through the use of scored tiles to the tile design. Warm grey, off white, ebony brown, charcoal black and sparks of colour can be incorporated into a contemporary design. There may be an understated elegance to contemporary tile design, with added stylish features such as modern border and decorative tiles.
Your kitchen has specific dimensions, and you cannot change these. The same is true of standard furniture units, such as floor and wall cabinets, pantry units and also islands containing storage and butcher‘s blocks. The trouble is that when homes are built the standard furniture dimensions are never taken into account, and once fitted, standard units are generally an inch or two long or short.
Accessorise: Do not forget the accessories. Whether you choose artwork or prints for the walls, or funky utensils to place in and around the kitchen, thinking about accessories is crucial for the overall look and feel of the kitchen. Using colours or shapes, you can make the kitchen feel very dramatic, or soft depending upon the look you are after. You will also want to consider what type of lighting you need. You can choose from so many different lights, bulbs and so on. Look at how much natural light your kitchen area gets. If it is very dark or alternatively gets a lot of sun light, then the lighting installed will need to be adjusted accordingly.
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