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Unusual Kitchen Cabinet Colors That Just Work

I’m beginning to think that Americans are a little too afraid of color. Basic white, black and blue predominate today’s kitchens, and it’s downright shocking and refreshing to find some rule breakers out there — people who aren’t afraid to grab a unique color with two hands and not let go. From purple (gasp!) to puce (gasp! gasp!), these cabinets run a gorgeous gamut. And it wasn’t until I assembled them all here in one place that I realized they are all international: there’s not one American kitchen in the entire bunch.

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Posted on Sep 22, 2017

Before & After: A Tiny, Crumbling New York Kitchen Goes Classic — Sweeten

When Emily went looking for an apartment in New York, she wanted a place with vintage charm, like the beautifully detailed old buildings she had seen while living and studying in Normandy. Instead, she found the next best thing, a fixer-upper apartment in a 1940s building, whose tiny kitchen and bathroom were badly in need of updating (and a little classic character).

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Posted on Sep 18, 2017

Before & After: A Love of Cooking and a Lack of Counter Space Lead to a Kitchen Reno

Carleen’s kitchen didn’t offer much in the way of counter space but it did provide her with lots of poorly laid green tile, which, shockingly enough, wasn’t much consolation. She decided that she’d had enough and set about renovating her kitchen. A mix of professional help, a handy husband and some smart IKEA finds help her put together a chic new kitchen with plenty more counter space to boot.

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Posted on Sep 15, 2017

Square Tile is the New Subway Tile and We’re Not Sorry

Subway tile is everywhere. For years it’s held sway over our bathrooms and kitchens, and for good reason: it’s classic, it’s inexpensive, it’s easy to install, and it matches practically everything. But all those things are also true for subway tile’s somewhat less prominent cousin too: the humble 4″ x 4″ square tile. Combined with dark grout, it feels at once classic and fresh. It has all the versatility of subway tile — and you’re not tired of it yet.

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Posted on Sep 13, 2017

Is This the Future of Kitchen Design? An Evolution of Open Kitchens

Open kitchens are mainstays these days, as many Americans want homes that are airy and welcoming versus closed off and formal. But an open layout does have its downsides: namely the stinky cooking smells and noise which creep into adjoining living spaces, despite your best efforts to ignore them. Lately we’ve noticed European kitchens combatting this problem with a new design solution which offers all the benefits of the wide open layout, without some of its known drawbacks. And it might just be the future of kitchen design.

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Posted on Sep 11, 2017

Before & After: An Outdated Kitchen Bids Goodbye to Blue

Bridgett’s old kitchen sure was something. Which makes her 100% DIY transformation of the space even more mind boggling. Updating the space not just for looks, she added an office nook to the kitchen to maximize the usability of the space. The kitchen is modern and clean, miles away from the blue and beige kitchen they started with.

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Posted on Sep 7, 2017

Before & After: A Bland Kitchen Makes a Total Turnaround

We spotted Stacey and Adam’s kitchen on Instagram and just had to know more about it. While everything was ok functionality wise, it was kind of bland and not particularly toddler proof. They decided that by adding some darker colors and new flooring, they could solve both of those problems, creating an eye-catchingly stylish (and smudge friendly) space.

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Posted on Sep 6, 2017

Easy Affordable Ways to Add Extra Counter Space to Your Kitchen

Ask the average person and they’ll tell you more kitchen counter space is never a bad thing. For about $160, Ashley of The Gold Hive added over 10 feet of additional work surface to her existing setup, which gave her more prep space, added flexibility, and filled in some awkward visual gaps in her kitchen’s current layout. If you’re a renter, or just don’t want to spend a bunch of money, check out her three very do-able and very affordable methods.

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Posted on Sep 5, 2017

Before & After: A “Go With Your Gut” Kitchen Remodel

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Spenser saw this mid century property and new that even though it needed some updates, it would be well worth the time, money and effort. Working on a tight timeline, they laid out their vision for a versatile yet stylish kitchen that honored the homes roots and got to work creating an open and breezy space out of a cramped ’80s kitchen.

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Posted on Sep 4, 2017

The New Look For the Kitchen is More Classic Than Ever

Lately, new designs for the kitchen look more and more like old designs for the kitchen. There’s a certain style of British kitchen — vintage-style appliances, Shaker-style cabinets, a bit austere but with very traditional accents — that’s becoming very popular. Looking at these kitchens, I am struck by the fact that they look remarkably similar to some of the 1920s kitchens I came across while researching this series about the history of kitchen design . Everything old is new again — and in this case, what’s particularly old is particularly new.

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Posted on Sep 3, 2017

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