Carmel Mid-Century LEED

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Lauren Dunec Design added this to What's the Secret Ingredient That Makes a Room More Inviting?11 July 2017

9. Add a textured splashbackModern kitchens are often filled with smooth surfaces – a texture that can feel a bit cold and sterile. Break up an expanse of smooth textures while still keeping a contemporary look with 3D tiles used as a splashback. For a more traditional, farmhouse feel in your kitchen, look for other ways to add texture to the space, such as laying down a sisal rug, displaying glass jars filled with pasta on the bench top or using a woven basket as a fruit bowl.

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bill_boler added this to living room17 March 2020

colors, white stove, wood grain islands

Christine Story added this to Christine's ideas24 February 2020

MJS tile ? - what is the finish ?

Payal Hadke added this to Payal's ideas8 January 2020

Kitchen cabinets brown plus white

j9clarke added this to Kitchen Ideas15 October 2019

Two tone white cupboards and tone of wood on bottom

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