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Modern Looks In Kitchen & Bathroom Design

The kitchen and bathroom of the home are usually the busiest areas. Even if you have visitors in the home, then these rooms will likely be used at some point. A kitchen and bath design St Louis company can examine these areas to give you ideas about how to update them so that they have a modern look while introducing some of the tools that can make each room a bit more efficient for the family. One of the benefits of a bathroom remodeling project is that you don't have to spend a lot of money to get a new look.

You can add a bit of pizzazz to the bathroom with a mirror that has a dramatic design or chrome accent shelves. These will add brightness to the room that a typical light can't achieve. A backsplash is also an idea and can be done in a short time. All you need to do is glue the backsplash onto the wall. There are some tiles that you peel the back off and stick to the wall, making it an easy project to complete.

A little paint can go a long way. This is true for both the kitchen and the bathroom. Strip the wallpaper away as well as the stain or other materials from the cabinets, adding a fresh coat of paint to bring a bright look to the rooms. Add a bit of texture after painting to bring depth to the room. While working in the bathroom, you can add large white tiles around the shower and inside the shower as a base before adding accent tiles of color that will match the rest of the room.

Pullout shelves add an easier storage option. From lids that seem to get lost to the cleaning supplies that you want to keep together, a shelf that simply pulls from the cabinet or drawer is an idea that will save you time in each room. While working with the cabinets and drawers, change the hardware as this will transform the room in a simple and easy manner without spending a lot of time or money.


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