Kitchens. Thursday , October 31st , 2019 - 20:59:00 PM
Since we tend to see things at eye level first, some of the most noticeable changes you can make in a kitchen involve the walls. But most kitchen decorating efforts are placed on the appliances, countertops and cooking gadgets while the walls are sadly left ignored. What’s looking back at you, a dingy, boring wall? Or worse, an outdated faux paint job complete with ivy or fruit-themed stencil work? It’s time to make a change. Updating your kitchen wall decor with easy but design-savvy changes will make a big visual impact.
The reflective surfaces, especially glass can provide your kitchen a spacious and airy look with a special sparkle in the place. Room and Board team members use durable clear glass, frosted glass, and colored glass to reflect the homeowners’ intended mood. After it is heated and cooled, the clear glass looks flat, paralleled, and light transmitted. The frosted glass will provide your kitchen a texture and transmit the light throughout the place at the same time.
When you decide which finish you want for your outdoor kitchen countertop, don’t go for the polished stone, because it reflects the light and your countertop will always look dirty and dusty. You have many other options that are suitable and practical like, honed, brushed or flamed. Remember you won’t cook only in day light, so adding a good lighting in your outdoor kitchen is very important to enjoy it day and night. Putting a barbecue grill in your outdoor kitchen is important, but keeping it safe is the more important. To keep your outdoor kitchen safe put a subtle vent at the back of your barbecue structure, so the gas escapes to the yard to avoid any fire accidents.
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