Place the sectional wallpaper around the cabinets

Place the sectional wallpaper around the cabinets

The photo above shows a modern approach to using wallpaper in the kitchen. Old cooking styles were generally dominated by wallpapers depicting fruit or other culinary motifs or floral prints. This modern take has gone for an expansive tree pattern. But the coloring of the gray tree corresponds to the updated neutral color scheme of the rest of the space, which gives it a natural appearance while remaining cosmopolitan.

The wallpaper surrounds the white cabinets well. This is a good example of the very subtle way in which a wallpaper background can be integrated into the background of a kitchen.

Accent behind a seating area

Accent behind a seating area

Another idea for sectional wallpaper is to place it behind a sitting area, as pictured above. By simply using wallpaper in a corner like this, you can create the desired mood type for the seating area.

In this case, the large palm leaf patterns create a more casual feeling. It almost feels like a tropical Luau. The cold tones of the green also match the cold blue and faded purple tones of the chairs. So this idea shows how you can use sectional wallpaper to play with similar color tones.

Use sectional wallpaper behind the headboard

Use sectional wallpaper behind the headboard

The sectional wallpaper also fits well in the room space. This goes particularly well behind a headboard. As the foot of the bed tends to face the door, you usually enter a room by looking at the wall behind the headboard. This is already a natural focal point in the bedroom, so some very colorful and / or textured wallpapers can take advantage of this aspect.

In addition, if you place the wallpaper behind the headboard, the space will be less invasive. And you can see on the picture above how the wallpaper can be placed in a smaller section behind the headboard, rather than dominating this entire side of the room. It can also continue on part of the ceiling for a consistent design.

Accent in the bathroom

Accent in the bathroom

You can see on the picture above how much a wallpaper cut can be charming when used in a bathroom. If you opt for more natural textures, as in the photo above, neutral color wallpaper can be an attractive option.

This idea also shows how much the wallpaper can set a theme, as in this nautical style. And by placing the wallpaper on an upper part of the wall, you can set this theme without overloading the rest of the bathroom. The picture above shows how different sections of wallpaper placed opposite each other in the room can also help to reinforce the cohesion of the space.

Heavy appliances

Heavy appliances

In addition to stainless steel, Steiner-Houck said that industrial kitchens would also be equipped with commercial or professional appliances. “They are designed to work at a higher level, be extremely functional and incorporate very durable finishes and surfaces, much like in a commercial kitchen,” explains Steiner-Houck.

In fact, heavy-duty appliances are an essential feature of industrial kitchens. “These are the types of appliances that are designed to stand out in the kitchen and get noticed, such as a range of 48 or 36 inches,” says Hottenroth. “These ranges can not really be of professional quality because of home security regulations, but should have improved performance. exit. “In addition, consider dual-fuel models with convection ovens and heavy duty full-extension oven racks.”

Daich Countertop Finishing Kit

Daich Countertop Finishing Kit

You will need a paintbrush or a paint roller to use Daich products, but make no mistake. “The SpreadStone Mineral Select Countertop Kit is not paint. But it’s applied with a roller or paintbrush for an easy, paint-like experience, “says Peter Daich, president of Daich Coatings in Hamilton, Ontario. “It’s actually a mixed stone resurfacing material that can easily be rolled over kitchen counters, vanities, bar counters, tables, etc.” Daich explains that this allows consumers to add the decorative elegance of a home renovation while paying only a fraction of the cost.

He says the Daich Countertop Finishing Kit contains everything you need, including tools, coatings and accessories. Each kit covers 30 to 40 square feet.

You can use the finishing kit on laminate, wood, concrete, stone and other solid surfaces. Daich says it is a water-based, odor-free natural stone material that dries quickly, resists stains and damage from hot stoves and daily use.

The kit is available in 10 popular counter colors: Oyster, Natural White, Onyx Fog, Canyon Gold, Volcanic Black, Mantle Stone, Lodestar, Sundance, Ironstone and Yosemite.

Consoles

Consoles

“A console is an attractive and practical bathroom solution with a towel rail,” says Moore. “He has a feeling of light and openness.” And that can help a small room feel bigger. In the photo above, the console legs are durable solid brass.

Ship sinks

Ship sinks

Ship sinks are not as common as other types of sinks. However, these over-the-counter sinks are available in styles such as square frame, round body, round or rectangular outline. “Unique materials such as stone, glass, porcelain and copper give these sinks their own statement,” says Tuttleman.

Eric Moore, Kohler’s senior interior designer, tells Freshome that ship sinks are a popular choice for washrooms, but can be used anywhere. “A ship sink is a good focal point and a statement in space,” Moore said.

Wall sinks

Wall sinks

“Many people choose a wall-mounted sink because of its clean appearance,” says Tuttleman. She adds that they offer a clutter-free look, both modern and functional. “When you put something on the wall, it looks more like a sculpture, because the tile around it, the color and the shape are all part of the composition.”

As a result, it warns you that you must keep your grout lines perfectly aligned with the faucet so that everything stays centered. “I recommend working with your plumber and designer to position the faucet about 20 to 20 cm above the sink and far enough in the sink to wash your hands without splashing,” says Tuttleman.

Davis notes that wall sinks are very popular in commercial areas because they can be placed at any height you choose, making them easily ADA compatible. “They are also very space efficient in a small bathroom,” she adds. This allows you to free space for storage or other needs.

Sinks to ask

Sinks to ask

Tuttleman says the sinks to ask are easy to install. It’s thanks to their lip or lip that rests on the surface of the counter. “They are often the choice of DIY owners because they can be simply lowered into the designated cutting space in the countertop.”

Sinks to be installed are available in materials such as stainless steel, porcelain or granite. Sometimes built-in sinks offer considerable savings, making them a common feature in service rooms.

“There are many types of” top-mounted “sinks or sinks that can be installed if you want to increase the height of your sink without changing the counter,” says Davis. “These offer interesting profiles and can be a nice focal point.”