Ojai Residence2 Beach Style Kitchen, Los Angeles
Photo Credit: Tessa Neustadt
Coastal l-shaped light wood floor and beige floor kitchen photo in Los Angeles with an undermount sink, recessed-panel cabinets, green cabinets, gray backsplash, black appliances and an island — Houzz
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Rugs not only bring color and character to your kitchen, but they also infuse a feeling of relaxation and comfort into an otherwise practical part of the home.When working with a relatively neutral palette in your kitchen (as most people are), the incorporation of a rug or runner increases comfort and creates a more curated and designed look.
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“You can build a frame out of one-by-four[s], and you can basically surround that with anything you want,” says Frees, the Plain and Posh designer. You just need to follow the manufacturer’s specifications in terms of distance from the range so that your creative range hood isn’t flammable. For example, Frees is working with a client who wants to showcase a piece of art in her kitchen, so the plan is to create a wooden box to surround the insert, which will serve as a beautiful backdrop for the art. Frees recently framed out a hood for another client and had it covered in subway tile, just like the rest of the kitchen.Range Hood Styles for Transitional KitchensThe hood in the kitchen pictured here (blue base cabinets, open shelving, vintage rug) perfectly aligns with the angle of the wall — and something like this could be created using the technique of hood insert and framed-out surround. This is a good example of a transitional kitchen. (Transitional is a style that blends modern and traditional elements for a current look.) A range of styles will work in a transitional kitchen.