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Reinventing White Shaker Cabinets

There’s a reason why white Shaker  cabinets are so hot; it’s because they are so versatile, just like pasta, the final result depends on what you put with it.  Not only can you get this style in any price point but you can make it work with your own unique design style. Today I thought we’d take a look at some very different successful results all using garden- variety white Shaker cabinets.

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The Best of KBIS 2016

Bam!  Another show is in the books and although it’s been a busy week “back at the ranch”, I’ve been dying to share my finds with you right here on Artful Kitchens.

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TILE STYLE

Today I thought I’d continue with the eye candy theme.  You see I’m actually helping you.  I parade all types of enticement across my blog so you can formulate your own kitchen creation strategy. So take note!  Today’s yumminess comes in the form of Ann Sacks Tile, one of  the most cutting edge and innovative suppliers of tile, stone and plumbing fixtures today.  It all began in 1980 when Ann Sacks discovered a box of Mexican Talavera tiles being sold as trivets.  These inspired her to start her own company and open her first showroom in the living room of her home!  The rest is history.
The Kiss by Gustav Klimt
Fritza by Ann Sacks

Inspired by the art of Gustav Klimt, Ann Sacks has recently introduced Fritza, a colorful mosaic run between strips of tetra slate and black granite. This is a great way to add a little art to your kitchen.  What a great backsplash this would make!

Another one of my favorites is this tile from the Forms collection by Angela Adams (left).  This is perfect if you’re going for a mid-century modern appeal. 

 
Erin Adam’s Facet Mosaic features a circle design in tones that blend beautifully with just about any wood grain


The stainless steel look is another interesting backsplash treatment for your kitchen.

 

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