From your knobs to the drawer pulls, switching these pieces of hardware out to something that fits with the style will help with your transformation of the space. Remember, it’s the little details that matter. From the fridge to the stove, instead of going with more modern appliances try finding some with the vintage appeal. This will certainly help change the personality of your space as well.
When layered in multiple shades, gray can be a wonderful accent color. Even though it’s a neutral, it can definitely make a kitchen or a living room stand out. It’s fetured here in combination with white subway tiles and a floor and wall cabinet is off-white. Further more, gray is also integrated throughout the open floor plan. Black can be just as charming and surprising. We’ve already mentioned our appreciation for black and white interiors but let’s review one more example. This kitchen designed by uses black and white is large blocks instead of evenly distributing them in small amounts. The result is a powerful décor.
Use as much open storage as possible in your design. Even if your cabinets have window glass, you’ll get to peek at all the pieces you’ve chosen inside – which hopefully – coincide with the style genre. Stripes are another help in creating interest and personality inside your retro kitchen. Pay attention to the linens when adding your stripes, as it’s a great way to mix and match.
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