11 types of white kitchen splashback tiles: Add interest with shape over colour




11 types of white kitchen splashback tiles: Add interest with shape over colour – STYLE CURATOR

Kitchens have so many design options that they literally never end. Kitchen design ideas include features such as cabinets, plates, countertops, appliances, hardware and fixtures. Each feature on its own has a variety of design options and the possible combinations are endless. Two identical kitchens with just one other function can look like very different kitchens when they are finished. Due to the large number of design options, carefully examine what products are available in the market and get a pretty good idea what it is you are looking for.

The main function in all kitchens is cabinets. It is often not even the first thing people notice in a kitchen. The design of the cabinets is unique to each kitchen. Measure the size of your kitchen and determine the type of cabinets and where you want them placed. If you have a solid wall without windows, doors or appliances, choose floor to ceiling cabinets full of drawers for storage. Include a broom or cleaning cabinet in these cabinets. Glass fronts in corner cabinets are a popular design feature. The cabinets have a variety of door styles. There are recessed, flat and raised cupboard doors. Each of these options has several design options. When choosing the design of your cabinets, you need to decide which spot will suit your kitchen. Choose lighter color stains for smaller kitchens to make them feel open and spacious.

Countertops are also an important feature of a kitchen. They are also very visible. Countertops should be selected for both durability and appearance. Granite countertops are the most popular choice today. You can also choose from engineered stone, ceramic tile, laminate, wood and stainless steel. The material and color of your countertops should complement your cabinet, backslash and trays. If your kitchen is a large room but does not have much disk space, you may want to consider adding an island for additional space. An island not only adds space but also storage space.

Floors are an integrated kitchen feature. Most kitchens are made of ceramic tile, but wooden floors and laminates are growing in popularity. Many kitchens have tiled backslasts. Make sure the tiles used in your backslash complement the floor. In addition to the type of flooring you use, you must also choose a color for tiles, wood or laminate as well as texture. Often, a kitchen with light cabinets looks best with a slightly darker floor and vice versa. Contrast between the cabinet and the floor, no matter how small, creates an illusion of depth.

The kitchen design ideas listed above are just the tip of the iceberg. We haven't even touched on cabinet hardware, lighting fixtures, sinks and taps, paints or appliances. Matching appliances are perfect in all kitchens. Stainless appliances are a favorite as they match almost any kitchen design. Families with young children may want to consider black appliances because stainless steel shows fingerprints. Think as much about the small features as you make the larger ones. Something as simple as buying the wrong cabinet hardware can ruin the look of the completed project.