By Madelon Babineaux. Kitchen Published at Monday, July 03rd 2017, 20:06:46 PM.
These total transformations prove that some white paint and advanced lighting can erase even the biggest interior sketch sins. A maze-like first floor left Taylor Kaye's living, dining and kitchen areas dark and cramped. and engineer Yu Ching Lai of YCL Structural Designs to reconfigure the split-up space. Don't let previous owners' questionable decor choices stand in the way of your dream kitchen. The TV personality recruited designer Jo Alcorn of Whitewash & Co.
A new island with cabinets on both sides helps keep clutter at bay. To make the room feel airy, Hunt opened the space by pushing the counters to the edges of the room. Knocking down walls — including one behind the stove — made the entire floor more airy, not to mention family-friendly. She painted the walls in Benjamin Moore's Revere Pewter (a classic paint color designers often choose), which expands the room while offering delicate warmth and freshness.
"The lower cabinets were painted turquoise (to match my Pyrex collection, naturally)," Tanya wrote about the renovation. A kitchen without daylight is just homespun depressing — especially if your spend the majority of your day in it. Open shelving isn't a risky choice when you have all that great bakeware to show off. This is what Cami, the blogger behind Tidbits, faced when she moved into her new home.
Cami also corral similar appliances (like wooden popped into a canister), imparting a tidier feel to countertop storage. That all-over wall motif pretty much speak for itself. The nearly all-white palette it is hardly stark, thanks to wooden accents and French country-style details. DIY Network's show Kitchen Impossible had electrician Marc Bartolomeo team up with Good Housekeeping to help newlyweds Eric and Kathryn Hollenbeck upgrade their seriously old-fashioned dining room.
Alysha covered the red wall in paneling that is much easier on the eyes. These total alteration prove that some white color and new lighting can delete even the biggest interior design sins. A breakfast nook and island now fill out room that once had little counter space. Don't let previous owners' questionable decor choices stand in the way of your dream kitchen.
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