North Boulder White KitchenContemporary Kitchen, Denver

An all white kitchen is simple, but the homeowner added elements of color with a bright colored rug. The orange, purple, and red rug adds element of color to liven the simple space.

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Example of a trendy u-shaped kitchen design in Denver with flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets and white backsplash —  Houzz
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Sarah Garrett wrote:Mar 13, 2015
Torrey wrote:Jan 22, 2015
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    Melton Design Build
    Thanks for the inquiry. That rug was purchased by the homeowners, so I do not have that information. Sorry!
  • poptaart

    yikes that was the main point of the article! Love the rug!


Tess Montgomery wrote:Apr 20, 2017
estherisaqtpie wrote:Jan 15, 2017
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    Melton Design Build

    Thank you for your question. This rug was a personal purchase made by the homeowner. Therefore, we don't have that information. Sorry!

amanda eaton wrote:May 20, 2015
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    Melton Design Build

    Thanks for the comment. The faucet is by Brizo. The series is Solna.

aadler71 wrote:Jan 25, 2015
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    Melton Design Build
    Thanks for the inquiry. The range has a pop-up downdraft. It's a Dacor. Best!
Marissa Pierre wrote:Aug 2, 2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    lolalina
    Laura Gaskill added this to To-Dos: Your December Home ChecklistNov 2, 2015

    Check batteries in safety devices. Batteries in smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors should be checked monthly, but it’s more important than ever during winter, when we tend to keep windows closed (and the heat on) more often.

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    Susan Redman added this to Add Geometric Rugs for Instant EnergyMay 11, 2015

    Cooking with color. You may be cooking up a colorful culinary feast in your kitchen, but if the space is all white, it could look rather clinical. One way to spruce up a sterile-looking kitchen is with a vividly patterned geometric runner-style rug. This one features an Aztec-style diamond pattern. To choose a rug that is suitable for the kind of foot traffic you’ll get in the kitchen, select from those made from a hard-wearing, flat-weave natural fiber, such as wool. A woven polyester rug is also a good choice, as it is both durable and easy to wipe clean. Tip: A rubber backing will help hold a rug in place in high-traffic zones.Prevent Slips and Floor Damage With the Right Rug Pad

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

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    HOLAH Design + Architecture added this to NE 40thOct 31, 2019

    This is an example of pulls that are too big in my opinion. They are probably 9"

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    julialin17026 added this to Area RugsOct 7, 2019

    Area Rugs inspirational 2: skid resistance

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    ID12 FL19 Nicole Palmer added this to Area RugsSep 23, 2019

    3) This rug definitely stands out in this simple kitchen.

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    Mattie Johnson added this to Elements of DesignSep 20, 2019

    this is two dimensional, there is little to no depth in the rug

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    McGrew McGrew added this to My ideasAug 10, 2019

    The colour mix. Will also need at least 3 different sizes. Entry way, living room

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