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For the sake of a good-looking kitchen, you can always go with stained glass. Replace your old wall with stained glass at one side and leave the rest as is. Next I am going to share you more ideas related to that topic.
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1. Make the Most of Your Kitchen Doors
There is always unused space at the backside of your kitchen cabinet doors. Maximize the space by making an inside shelving. Keep all tiny bottles or cans to use the space at the backside of your kitchen cabinet doors. Make sure that the doors can be closed to avoid any unnecessary crashes or injuries. Arrange the shelving properly to ease you get what you are looking for. Source
2. Use Stained Glass
For the sake of a good looking kitchen, you can always go with stained glass. Replace your old wall with stained glass at one side only. Replace the wall that has the nearest distance with your sink. Maximize the stained glass as the backsplash too. It will ease you whenever you need to do the dishes. Source
3. Combine Steel and Glass
Combining two materials in your kitchen will always worth trying. So does with this idea. Make the two side of your kitchen look contrastive. Use stainless steel and glass as the main materials on those two contrastive sides. Apply the glass as the main shelves at both sides, while you can use the stainless steel as the stove and kitchen counter-tops. Source
4. Maximize Your Kitchen Island
Kitchen does not always have to be the place you are cooking or preparing meal. Go beyond the primary functions of kitchen by expanding all the sides of your kitchen, including your kitchen island. You can have even a bookshelf under your kitchen island. Use all the space you have in your kitchen like it is the other part of your house. Have a functional kitchen island. Source
5. Warm Your Kitchen Up with Color
This last but not least idea offers you simple yet stunning impact to your kitchen. You can repaint your kitchen in order to create warm atmosphere inside it. Paint your kitchen with two main dark colors that represent your personality. In this example, paint your kitchen with navy blue and dark orange to make your kitchen feel warmer. Source
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