By Clementine Gaetane. Kitchen. Published at Thursday, April 12th, 2018 - 17:26:39 PM.
Also called apron-front sinks, farmhouse sinks are a favorite among homeowners. While it is associated with traditional and country house decors, it has also found its place in modern and contemporary abodes. It is loved for its deep capacity, practical convenience and charming style.
While transitional kitchens are meant to spark creativity, keep in mind that not all elements can blend well together. Remodeling a kitchen in a transitional style can be fun, especially considering that no two transitional kitchen designs look alike. However, some of the basic elements that make up a transitional kitchen must be followed to give you the best confidence in pulling it off. Read on to learn about the variety of ways that you can create a new kitchen masterpiece – and don’t worry, you won’t have to break the bank to achieve the perfect look!
Fireclay sinks have a certain traditional flair that can give your kitchen a unique look. It is made by firing clay and glaze together in temperatures up to 1600 degrees, creating a very hard almost iron-like material. This gives fireclay sinks a relatively high level of durability and makes it resistant against scratches.
If the familiar feel of all white appliances is what you’re looking for, you can certainly find it. And it doesn’t have to mean dated design either. With its soft gray cabinets, this kitchen is on trend, but the white appliances and warm wood accents keep it cozy. The backsplash pulls in the colors from the appliances and cabinets, bringing it all together, while the wood floor and shelves balance the the otherwise cool color scape.
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