Room Re-Do: White & Stainless Kitchen


There’s no questioning that white cabinetry is all the rage in kitchen design. Right up there with it in popularity are granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances. If you’re looking to change up your kitchen’s look, you may want to consider these growing trends.

 

To help you get a kitchen with all the latest and greatest products, we’ve scouted out ones similar to those found in the gorgeous, white, open kitchen in our listing at 6910 Blue Mesa Drive in Dallas.

Room Re-Do: White & Stainless Kitchen1. Pendant lighting   2. Dishwasher   3. Microwave   4. Range Hood   5. Tile   6. Faucet   7. Sink   8. Range/Oven   9. Vase   10. Granite   11. Canisters   12. Cabinet Pulls

Anything-But-Basic Backsplashes


A kitchen is made a special place by the people who gather in it and the food made in it, but the way it’s decorated is the first step in creating the kitchen’s feel. Much thought must go into the design of this room, from cabinetry style and flooring choices to appliances and countertops.

 

One of the elements that holds all of these design choices together, though, is the backsplash. It provides a stopping point for the eye and has the ability to tie multiple colors and styles together. As with everything else, the choices for backsplashes seem infinite. We’ve rounded up some of our most wonderful backsplash examples from homes currently on the market. They’re anything-but-basic or boring and sure to inspire you.

Anything-But-Basic Backsplashes^3812 Saddle Trail, Parker

Anything-But-Basic Backsplashes^1124 Marina Point Drive, Strawn

Anything-But-Basic Backsplashes^406 Monte Vista Drive, Dallas

Anything-But-Basic Backsplashes^6910 La Vista, Dallas

Anything-But-Basic Backsplashes^122 Santa Rosa Way, Irving

Anything-But-Basic Backsplashes^1798 Torrey Pines Lane, Frisco

Anything-But-Basic Backsplashes^17601 Harbord Oaks Circle, Dallas

Anything-But-Basic Backsplashes^5745 Adair Lane, Plano

Anything-But-Basic Backsplashes^2248 Forest Hollow Park, Dallas

OTD: The Many Faces of Kitchen Cabinetry


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We stumbled across an article on Houzz today that explains the three main types of cabinetry: inset, partial overlay, and full overlay. It got us thinking about all the different types of cabinetry we have in our home inventory. From black and modern to white and traditional, we’ve got a style of cabinetry perfect for everyone’s tastes on today’s Of The Day! Which style is your favorite? Comment and let us know!

 

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Kitchens (from top to bottom): 1. 6406 Forest Creek, Dallas ; 2. 9008 Glen Springs, Dallas ; 3. 3408 Purdue, Dallas ; 4. 8818 Flint Falls Drive, Dallas ; 5. 6536 Lake Circle Drive, Dallas ; 6. 2216 Sinclair St., Carrollton ; 7. 9527 Millridge Drive, Dallas