By Erline Lofton. interior. Published at Tuesday, August 28th, 2018 - 02:07:22 AM.
You can go about tying your cabinets together in a few ways. In the picture above. for example. both the upper and lower cabinets fit within the same color palette. Consider using two different shades of the same color as your equalizer. However. if you'd rather include two distinct hues. you should think seriously about using the same hardware throughout the space to bring the look together.
Or if you're sure you won't be moving it. consider adding a built-in cabinet to divide a space.A sleek wood bookcase with no backing divides the open living area without blocking sunlight. This studio owner added a wall of bookcases to create a more private bedroom feel.A built-in bookcase is the only wall in this small studio. It doubles as storage and a divider to separate the living area from the bed.
Everything You Need to Know About the Two-Toned Kitchen Cabinet TrendAre you ready to get in on the two-toned kitchen cabinet trend?Kitchens have always been at the forefront of interior design trends and for good reason. For most of us. the kitchen is one of the most used rooms in our homes. so there's no reason not to invest in aesthetics.
Too many of us are guilty of taking older or rarely used items and burying them up in the attic. never to be thought of again. Unfortunately. though. while this organizational method may be common. it's causing us to miss out on a great opportunity to create something special.In fact. your attic may have more potential than any unused space in your home.