Published at Thursday, May 03rd, 2018 - 08:40:20 AM. Kitchen. By .
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Decide if you are a dull or shiny type person when it comes to countertops. Do you like the light reflection or glare in the mornings? If not, you may want to consider a matte finished countertop, often referred to as leather, sanded or suede, which creates a softer look overall.
We have all seen the kitchen ads where they try to sell you an oak kitchen, cladded with wood from top to bottom like it would be unthinkable to add a touch of anything else. This is, of course, not true at all and you should not be discouraged from combining and contrasting materials. They can help create an interesting and rich layered feel where everything has its place, and nothing feels out of the ordinary. A feeling that can only be found in a bespoke kitchen. From rustic woods to metals, leather and even ropes, you can add just about any material to your kitchen, although some require you being subtler. Rope and leather should be restrained to smaller details like baskets and hanging straps, while metal and wood can be used for cabinets and seating and fabric can be used for details like rugs and curtains.
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