By Emma Violette. Kitchen. Published at Friday, April 20th, 2018 - 16:09:43 PM.
The choice now is up to you: a single bright pendant light or several less bright ones that deliver roughly the same brightness. For instance, you can install a single long LED panel to cast enough light on a long kitchen island. Or you can opt for a three pendants arranged linearly. For smaller kitchen islands, one or two pendants should be adequate.
If you’re stuck in a rut when trying to decide what design direction to go with for your new kitchen, this image-based guide may be able to nudge you in the right direction. You’ve come to the right place if you’re looking for inspiration about how to pull off a successful transitional kitchen design. Follow our simple guide to learn more about the typical elements of a transitional kitchen, as well as some creative transitional kitchen ideas to give your kitchen a practical edge.
When designing a kitchen or contemplating a color palette, most people’s first thoughts go to the cabinets, countertops and backsplashes. And not without good reason, as these elements can dominate the space and will likely stay in it for many years. That’s not to say you should ignore your kitchen appliances. Colors in the most unexpected places, like a refrigerator or microwave, can have a major impact.
One way to avoid obvious appliance mismatch is to simply coordinate appliances. The most straightforward way to do this is to pick one appliance to showcase color. Generally this appliance would be the range. You can coordinate the accents on the range, let’s say stainless steel or black with stainless steel appliances. You could also match white cabinets with a white refrigerator and dishwasher, letting the range be the colorful focal point of the kitchen.
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