The discussion about style is often a controversial and touchy subject even among the best interior designers on the planet. While some are obvious and distinct, others have blurred boundaries and a multitude of individual elements borrowed from other styles. At times, we tend to recognize style by the visual in front of us rather than sticking strictly to the conventional definitions. Contemporary kitchens seem to be similar in nature. They are epitomized by the use of high-end appliances and a design that seems both assertive and ahead of its time.
Cosmetic makeover – If you are planning to make just a few changes and are working on a small budget, then this is the perfect way forward. A cosmetic remodel will alter some simple things like kitchen countertop, a few cabinets, maybe new lighting or anything that needs to be tweaked slightly to still bring about a dramatic change in the look.
Copper tiles definitely develop a patina with age, and if you are not really a big fan of this aspect, then you might as well stay away from copper backsplashes in the kitchen. It is this natural gaining that sets copper apart from brass and makes it such an inherent part of kitchens with styles such as rustic, traditional, farmhouse and Mediterranean. The copper-tiled backsplash can either be contained to the small wall behind the stove, or you can choose a full-fledged backsplash in metal that covers the entire wall behind the kitchen countertop.
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