Colorful Alameda Kitchen Farmhouse Kitchen, San Francisco
Small cottage l-shaped linoleum floor enclosed kitchen photo in San Francisco with a farmhouse sink, shaker cabinets, yellow cabinets, laminate countertops, white backsplash, subway tile backsplash, black appliances and a peninsula — Houzz
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Erika Ward - Erika Ward Interiors added this to
Vinyl compostion tiles (VCT), are the most common flooring materials used in schools. Here, they are laid on a diagonal in a checkered pattern. Throw in a vintage chair, like the one in the foreground, and you instantly create a retro schoolhouse vibe.
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The Basic Kitchen RemodelThis kitchen remodel is proof that basic doesn’t mean boring. The colors, sense of fun and attention to detail all contribute to a kitchen that is a joy to use. A $20,000 to $30,000 kitchen remodel (done by professional designers and construction workers) typically has:1. The same structure as your current kitchen. By keeping the appliances and fixtures in the same locations and keeping the space intact, there’s little need to redo plumbing and electrical work.2. Simple lighting. Sure, all those recessed lights might be nice, but light fixtures like the ones shown here will illuminate the space efficiently and inexpensively (each recessed light will typically hold only a 60-watt bulb, whereas a decorative fixture can have 120, 180 or even more total watts). This is a no-brainer when the lighting works with the design, as it does here.
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Re- the budget, go for simple lighting. Recessed lights look great, but pendent light fixtures like those shown here will illuminate the space efficiently and inexpensively (each recessed light will typically hold only a 60-watt bulb, whereas a decorative fixture can have 120, 180 or even more total watts).