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The McCormicks bought their kitchen island at Ikea and added handles from Restoration Hardware. The copper island top is by Schmeer Sheet Metal. The pattern on the kitchen floor was painted with Crevecoeur by Martha Stewart Living.
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10. Put your furniture on the move with casters. This is one way to speed up sweeping, mopping and vacuuming, especially in dining areas. Just roll the table out of the way for a wide-open space to clean. Make sure those casters are the locking kind so the table doesn't roll away while you're trying to have a meal.
Subway tile. Subway tile has a classic look that's become hugely popular. But if you'd like to go beyond basic white, mirrored tile could be the style you're looking for. In this photo the mirror is secondary, since the tile lines create a textured focal point. This homeowner also took the mirror all the way to the ceiling, doubling the kitchen's visual space.
Mosaic tile. Ramp up any kitchen design with mirrored mosaic tiles (tiles that are 1 inch by 1 inch) to create texture and pizzazz. Don't worry, you won't have to place each and every tile onto your backsplash. These tiny tiles come on mesh backing for easy installation.
Smoked. If you want your kitchen to make a stronger statement, use smoked-glass mirror instead of traditional silver mirror. Smoked glass has more of a dark bronze or black cast to it. It's usually the same price but has a very different, dramatic look.
2. Sheet glass and backpainted glass. Full-height glass backplashes are a wonderful way to get a minimal, bright and clean look, and they're so easy to clean! This glass is painted on the back with a white paint, but the color the glass throws is always a bluish-green.
Paint hardwood floors to look like b/w tiles in kitchen?