Inspiring Makeovers That Invite You To Rethink Your Kitchen Design Strategies

In time, you become so accustomed to your kitchen that you fail to see the flaws in its design. Take a step back and think clearly for a moment. What could be improved? No adjustment is too challenging if it means your kitchen will become more efficient and functional. And to show you how awesome these changes can be, here are two inspiring makeovers.

Notice how outdated and old this kitchen seems in the before photos? That’s not because of the style but because of the colors and all that wood. Take a look at the after photos and you’ll see that the kitchen remained pretty much the same but it looks so fresh and chic now that it has a lighter color scheme. It’s like the white and the wood swapped places.{found on untamedperspective}.

A similar transformation can be seen here except in this case the new design is missing a few of the old things. The bottom cabinets only changed color and become a modern gray while the top ones were removed altogether. Instead, white subway tiles and a sleek hood took their place. The other set of wall-mounted cabinets were kept there and became white, a pure and simple color that suits them perfectly.{found on theinspiredroom}.



Published by in How To, Tips, and Advice, on October 31st, 2010

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