By Szilvia Luuk. Cabinet Styles. Published at Tuesday, January 29th, 2019 - 01:34:24 AM.
How could you possibly have a clear picture of your shelves with thousands of things displayed on them? Take decoration down, look at them, and decide: your empty-shelf project is more than likely to be successful because it will allow you to work one shelf per time, and make each and every one of them fit in the overall picture.
It’s hard to think of a way to add personal touches to stainless steel cabinets, but here are a few fun ideas! For a wilder, rustic, DIY look, use patterned or colored duct tape to create patterns and art on your stainless steel cabinets. This is a cool option to use if there are unsightly scratches. It will still be easy to clean up and will prevent more wear and tear.
It’s also quite convenient that cream is available for many different materials and finishes, whether it be paint for wood panels, laminates over MDF boards, stone countertops, porcelain tiles for the backsplash and floor, or even the color of the centerpiece accent lamps. This variety in cream-colored materials and accessories gives it a wide range, allowing designers more flexibility when using it in their designs.
What matters here is to display enough elements to mask the empty shelf effect which looks dull and boring. Kitchen shelves are a great place to showcase favorite art pieces, both between and behind the dishes you have displayed.
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