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Colour placement is a BIG deal when adding backsplash tile
The other thing to notice in this kitchen is not only the blue, orange and white colours, which is a perfectly pretty combination, but also the placement and balance of the colours. The unbroken white is all on one side, the rich orange brick on the other, and the blue floor is doing nothing to bridge them.
Help! My kitchen is TOO white
However, we can fix this with just the right pattern on the backsplash. And the charm it adds would make much more sense with the warm rustic brick. This also brings the feel of the brand new white kitchen in line with it. If you make a colour mistake, just start decorating.
Have you made this mistake when painting cabinets white?
Did you fix the awkward gap between the uppers and the ceiling? This gap draws attention to its lack of aesthetic consideration, makes the uppers look stumpy and basically only serves to collect hard-to-reach dust. Boxing in the gap and finishing it with moldings on any uppers you are keeping creates a high-end look that is SUCH a huge improvement.
4 Ways to Take Your Kitchen Design Up a Notch
Slapping white paint on old oak, cherry or espresso cabinets does little to turn the average, run-of-the-mill kitchen into the fabulous (or dare I say it, farmhouse) white kitchen that everyone wants. Here are 4 PROVEN WAYS to take your kitchen design up a notch.
The biggest white cabinet paint mistakes.
It’s all in the details. So before you begin your kitchen refresh thinking some paint and tile will gussy the old place up just fine, take an honest and critical look at the details of your kitchen. Take a closer look at how they differ from the pretty kitchens on your Pinterest board.