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No matter what style it comes in, the kitchen is the heart of the home. But for those of us who are obsessed with making others feel welcome, there’s no better choice than a farmhouse aesthetic. If you’ve been thinking about bringing a modern farmhouse kitchen into your home, you’re in luck. Read on to learn more about the elements you need to include to pull off this look, as well as to see a handful of examples that you can use as design inspiration. If you follow our advice, you’ll end up with a look that feels straight from the farm, yet undeniably trendy.

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Modern farmhouse design works because it strikes a subtle balance between contemporary and traditional aesthetic. In essence, it’s the best of both worlds – and there’s lots of room between them to put your own spin on the look. That said, there are a few coordinating elements that pull these looks together. Farmhouse kitchens are typically light, bright and airy. You can keep that feeling going, no matter how much natural light you have in the space, by using neutral colors as the base of your design. In particular, opt for lighter shades of whites and grays for your cabinets. Adding natural materials on top of a neutral base is quintessential farmhouse design. Woods are the perfect choice for your furniture and counter tops, especially warmer varieties, which will keep the room feeling modern. Finally, round out the room by using some industrial or antique elements in your lighting and accessories. The rough edges of these pieces will ground the space in tradition. Be sure to use these pieces sparingly, as using too many runs the risk of making the room feel a bit dated.

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Decorating a rental can be a delicate process. On the one hand, you want your space to feel as homey as possible while you’re living there, so it should reflect a little bit of your personality. However, on the other, if you want to get your deposit back, the amount of your test you can do will have its limits.With that in mind, let us help you find the perfect compromise. We’ve put together a list of ways to help you infuse your sense of style into your rental kitchen. Take a look at these suggestions and pick the ones that make the most sense for you. With any luck, you’ll have the kitchen feeling like your own in no time at all.

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Creating a cohesive color scheme is one of the easiest ways to tie a room together. While we’d typically advise building one around the paint color, in this case, it might be best to stick to your personal items. However, as you can see in the photo above, that’s entirely possible. Everything from the stool to the baking tools and the dish sponge does double-duty by lending aesthetic value to the space. Here, creating contrast is key. You’ll want to look closely at the hues that are already built-in to your kitchen and add in colors that will pop off of those existing ones. You’ll notice that not everything has to match exactly. You can mix and similar shades to give your design an even deeper sense of complexity.

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Unless your rental comes fully furnished, you’re going to need to bring in a few of your own pieces into the space, anyway. Why not make sure that they add some visual interest into your design? If you feel like going bold and making a statement, consider using some colorful chairs like in the photo above. They could easily become the focal point for any kitchen. If, however, those hues don’t quite fit in with your aesthetic, there is a subtler route that you can take. Play around with shape. Rather than sticking to a boxy, rectangular table and straight-backed chairs, look for pieces that feature shapely curves and elegant angles.

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You’ve probably heard of a rug being used to ground a seating area in a living room or your bed. However, you can also do the same in a galley kitchen or beneath a dining table. In this case, the rug will serve the dual purpose of adding to the room’s aesthetic and providing an extra layer of protection for your rental floors. Picking out rugs is all about the proper sizing. For this, you’ll want to remember the golden ratio, or a 2/3 proportion. Generally, you’ll want dining tables to take up 2/3 the length of the rug that sits underneath it. If you’re dealing with a runner, you’ll want to shoot for one that’s 2/3 as wide as the length of the aisle that it covers.

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Decorating rental spaces is all about striking a compromise. If you’re paying rent to be there, you’ll obviously want to be able to make the space feel like your own. But, if you’re hoping to get your security deposit back at the end of your lease, you’ll also need to make sure that any design decisions you make are easily reversible. Luckily, that’s where we come in. Use these tips to help make your kitchen feel like your very own space.

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Kitchens have always been at the forefront of interior design trends and for good reason. For most of us, the kitchen is one of the most used rooms in our homes, so there’s no reason not to invest in aesthetics. These days, two-toned kitchen cabinets are the look everyone seems to be clamoring over, and all it takes is one look to see why this trend is piquing homeowners’ interest. If you, too, have fallen in love with the two-toned look, you’re in luck. In this post, we’ll explore some of the most common ways people are getting in on this trend. Read them over and decide which one works best for you. At the end of the day, whichever one you choose is guaranteed to bring plenty of visual interest to your home.

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One of the most common ways for someone to get in on this trend is through choosing one set of cabinets to become a focal point for the space. In this case, a kitchen island is usually chosen because of its central spot in the layout. However, there’s no need to feel limited by that arrangement. Before making your decision, consider using space planning applications to see how a splash of color can draw the eye to various angles of the room. After you decide on the placement, it’s time to think about color. If you decide to go this route, remember the purpose of a focal point is to be eye-catching. It can stand up to a big and bold shade.

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If a bold paint color isn’t quite your thing, don’t worry. There are plenty of other ways to apply this look. One of them is to use two separate materials in your cabinet design. A wood finish is typically selected for part of the look, but you could, for example, mix it with laminate for a sleek, modern look or glass and aluminum to give the room an industrial feel.If you’re planning on mixing and matching in this way, remember that design inspiration is the key to success. Use your intended design style as a starting point and then use sites like www.interioratoz.com to determine which materials are most commonly used together in that aesthetic. That way, you can be sure that your final product will exceed expectations.

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Another common way to utilize this trend is by using a darker shade on your lower cabinets and a lighter shade on top. On the one hand, this look works because it allows you to make a statement by using a bold color on your lowers and simultaneously helps to ground the space. On the other, it also helps the space look larger because the lighter shade on your upper cabinets will help draw the eye upward. In this case, you have a choice on how to present the trend. You can pair a bold color with white, as shown above. Alternatively, you could try for an look. Either way, the key to pulling this look off is to repeat the lighter color in other applications throughout the room.

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However you decide your cabinets should look, there is one key detail to keep in mind: Each one of your cabinets should include some sort of coordinating element. Remember, when you have two distinct looks in the same space, it’s crucial to include a few details that will make it clear that they belong together. You can go about tying your cabinets together in a few ways. In the picture above, for example, both the upper and lower cabinets fit within the same color palette. Consider using two different shades of the same color as your equalizer. However, if you’d rather include two distinct hues, you should think seriously about using the same hardware throughout the space to bring the look together.

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