6 Ways to Give Your Kitchen More Cool Factor
The kitchen is the culinary cub of the home—and perhaps the most function-oriented space—but that doesn't mean it shouldn't have style. If you feel like yours needs a little oomph, scroll below for a few ways to give it the cool factor it deserves.
Patterned cement tiles, a century-old decorative element, are bringing vintage beauty to interiors via fresh new applications. Read about their history and see our favorite resources for cement tiles from around the globe.
Copper is one of the hottest materials of the moment; bring it into your kitchen with this stylish collection of pendant lights.
Take a note from actress Amanda Peet's Hollywood breakfast nook and mix textiles in pillows and cushions in your kitchen. The laidback, layered look will instantly give your kitchen that California cool style.
Cluttered bottles of spices can easily drag the look of your kitchen down. Get organized and amp up the style factor by adding one of our 10 favorite spice racks to your space.
Take a note from the 2014 Sunset Idea House, designed by DISC Interiors, and go concrete on your countertops. The polished concrete countertops are casual yet sleek—and not so precious or ubiquitous as the Carrera marble we see everywhere. Head here for a full tour of the home.
A subtle way to add major wow factor—and convenience—to your kitchen, TopBrewer, which is operated through your smartphone, is seamlessly installed into your countertop and allows you to brew your morning latte with the click of a button—from bed.
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