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Kitchen Carts - Form and Function
Kitchen carts can be a great accessory to nearly every kitchen. Not only are they functional in a variety of ways, they can be attractive as well. Kitchen carts are no longer merely butcher blocks on wheels.
They are sturdy pieces of furniture that can act as an additional prep area, a wine rack, additional storage or even breakfast bar. You can even use them as serving carts.
They come in nearly all shapes, colors and sizes and fit any kitchen design theme. You can find sleek contemporary pieces with granite tops or shabby chic, cottage-white carts.
Depending on your needs, they can come in tops from slate or granite to wood. They can be small and compact or larger and more substantial. Some roll, some don’t. Some come with drawers, some with baskets.
From contemporary to Victorian, kitchen carts have come a long way in both function and form and can be used in nearly any kitchen.
These great kitchen carts can be found online at HomeVisions.com.
A Toile Kitchen
Whether you choose, blue, black, red, pink or brown, toile is a great way to enhance any kitchen, especially if you like the shabby chic or cottage looks. If you're looking to redo your kitchen, think about repainting those outdated cabinets with a fresh coat of soft white and add new door handles in an antiqued or brushed silver.
For a shabby chic kitchen, paint your walls a soft white or pale blue or if you have a toile in a pale green, sage walls would be ideal. Use a washing technque to give the walls an aged feel and don't be afraid to paint that paneling.
An antique or distressed white table is the perfect base for a beautiful shabby chic toile setting. Use your fabric to create new seat covers to spice up old chairs. If you like to sew, have a ball sewing up linen napkins and table runners in coordinating fabrics like stripes or pale solids.
A center piece of pink or white roses add a touch of romance to your table setting. For my table setting, I added eggs that I decoupaged with toile tissue paper. Your imagination is your only limit.
If you like the more eclectic style, keep in mind that the shabby chic is all about incorporating the beauty of antiques with the new. Don't be afraid to mix and match old pieces of china with white chargers. There's no rule that says that each setting must match. Just keep your settings within the same color palate.
Window valances in your toile fabric and really dress up lace or battenbur...