Best decorating ideas for a kitchen in 2017

Light and Bright

The owner of the Alberta farmhouse skipped curtains to lighten the room’s look and optimize views of the scenic property. Minimalist iron-and-glass pendant fixtures throw plenty of light on the work spaces while shelves, countertops, and stool chairs include warmth.

Nostalgic Accents

Singer-songwriter Holly Williams outfitted the kitchen in her 1908 Nashville cottage with classic white subway tiles, polished marble, and aluminum accents reminiscent of French bistros. A walnut ceiling gives a country vibe, even while its inky black paint project ups the cool factor of the space to the kitchen. Soda shop stools from the 1940s, found in an antiques mall, make a place.

Mixed Materials

In a space-starved kitchen, it’s tempting to go the all-white route, but this kitchen chooses to get a layered mixture of substances, including reclaimed South Carolina barnwood (the cupboards and shelves), galvanized metal (the countertops), soapstone (the sink), and even unlacquered brass (the hardware).

Black Kitchen Cabinets

The proprietors of the Texas farmhouse painted the cabinets black in order to allow them to blend in with the walls. Countertops add country charm that is more.

Classic Country Style

Rustic textures, cabin accents, along with a retro palette give this Virginia kitchen classic farmhouse design.

Mississauga Kitchen Cabinets

Coffee Glass Lighting

The salvaged fixtures in this space hang over the sink, island, and breakfast places and enhance additional neutral features such as the white apron sink (a steal at $90!) And kitchen.

Bright Space Saver

Generally speaking, classic (and vintage-inspired) appliances have a bigger footprint compared to modern-day behemoths. They can also add charm–and a welcome pop of colour! –in a little space. This 50s-style Smeg fridge is just under 24″ wide (in comparison to the 36″ width of many standard modern models).

Rustic Storage Solutions

The proprietor of this Oregon home skipped a dishwasher and picked with this 1953 farm-house sink (which can handle a lot of dirty dishes) and much more under-counter space. An old soda cage corrals cleaning supplies.

Vintage Treasures

A metal and wood military desk-turned-prep island is the centerpiece of this Arizona ranch house’s kitchen. Rusty green foundation and the wood shirt give more character to the kitchen. Barnwood shelves select up the heat of the island’s counter, while brass pendants (from an old ice-cream) replicate the towel bar’s glow.