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saramorgan65saramorgan65 wrote:16 July 2017

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    susannahhutchison
    Susannah Hutchison added this to Bar Stool Inspiration for Modern Rustic Kitchens1 March 2018

    Narrow it downRustic often conjures up images of chunky, solid designs, but this stool has a slim seat and delicate metal legs that contrast nicely with the rest of the kitchen. It links with the strong fine lines of the dark grouting for subtle cohesion. A style like this would also work well in a kitchen where space is tight, as it can be tucked neatly under an island and the legs won’t stick out as a potential trip hazard.

    smwarwick
    Sarah Warwick added this to Want to Create a Kitchen Vignette? Here's How27 July 2017

    Aim highUnits and appliances take up much of the wall space in kitchens, so you may need to look up to find a place to create a vignette. When they’re further from the eye, objects need to be suitably scaled as subtle detail won’t be apparent. Here, the large wall clock anchors the above-mantel display, while the pair of ceramic jugs in slightly different neutral shades from each other and from the pale greyish wall are simple in outline and add soft asymmetry to the display.10 ideas for covetable neutral kitchens

    cherylfreedman
    Cheryl Freedman added this to 13 Modern Ways to Get a Traditional-style Kitchen27 November 2016

    Paint in grey tonesPainting cabinets in a matt, heritage shade creates a period look that’s very of the moment – both traditional and trendy. Greys and mushrooms are good neutral choices. More forgiving of spills and scrapes than cream or white, they add quiet elegance.

    laura_wheat
    Laura Wheat added this to 10 of the Best Contemporary Shaker Kitchens on Houzz1 September 2016

    Give grey a goGrey schemes are still much-coveted and this ‘new’ neutral will give you a different feel to heritage favourites such as cream or sage, while retaining a traditional tone. A lick of lead-coloured paint is all this country kitchen needed to show off its smart Shaker styling.Tour a stunning, dark-painted Shaker-style kitchen in London

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