KitchenLabEclectic Kitchen, Chicago
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2. Choose an accent cabinet color and accent tile. The rest of this white kitchen has classic white subway tile with charcoal grout. The kitchen needed some color and variation to break up the white, black and brown. The tiles here are reclaimed, and it's often hard to find a place to use a few vintage tiles, but the small surface area behind a kitchen desk is a great option. Mix in a mismatched chair and cabinet hardware and you have something that works with the rest of the kitchen but doesn't "match" it. There's no need for everyday needs to ruin the look; a wireless printer is set up remotely in an adjacent hutch cabinet to the left.