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Ways You Can Transform Your Kitchen

The kitchen is one of the most important rooms of any house or apartment, so some care should be taken to make sure that it looks as great as any other room. By making some simple improvements to its content and appearance, your kitchen can seem like it is brand new.

Personalized Tiling

Most kitchens have tile somewhere, whether it is the floors or paneling around the appliances. These tiles don’t always have to be a solid color. You can use these spaces to channel your creativity. Buy some new tiles with designs or even make your own.

Add a Rug

Rugs make a great addition to any room, but they can be especially handy in the kitchen. Not only does this ensure you aren’t standing on ice-cold floors during nightly trips to wet your whistle or during morning breakfast preparation, but it can also bring an extra dimension of color and style to what could otherwise be a plain kitchen.

Use Stylized Appliances

This doesn’t have to be a bold appliance statement; a simple curving stainless steel sink faucet can suffice. It can help to shift a color scheme or add a sense of modernity. If stainless steel isn’t your style, there are plenty of color options available for most appliances. Some bronze, gold, or silver trim pieces can also be used to accent appliances.

Change the Lighting

Not only can changing the brightness and tone of light bring about a new feel to a kitchen itself, but deciding to use a decorative fixture can look great, too. Some people prefer to make a statement by using ornate hanging fixtures, while others may choose to go with antique or rustic sconces instead. Both options can be adapted to fit your tastes and your kitchen.

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