I am so sorry this took so long!!! I wanted to offset the white kitchens I've shown with some colorful options, however, it was not an easy endeavor. I had a few, but I wanted to show a large range to cover everyone's style....
I had imagined splashes of vibrant colors, but those were usually on the walls offsetting white cabinets.
I love molding - just adore it. It takes a plain box and makes it pretty.
So with the success and ease of adding molding to our plain cabinets, surely the ceilings can’t be that hard. I applied the same principle, except the top piece had a 9" face. That made corners very difficult...for my husband :-) Oh, Lord, were the corners difficult!!
Ceilings aren’t usually the first things that come to mind when you think of your home’s décor, unless they’re awful. In fact, ceilings are one of the most overlooked (or maybe it’s under-looked) areas in the home. Most people just settle for safe, although boring, textureless, white ceilings and don’t even realize the multitude of options open to them. If you’ve been thinking about a change but aren’t quite sure where to start, use our guide to see what’s out there.
There is an unwritten standard in the "Design Build-Home Building" world that has been kept somewhat quiet, and this standard is the design and cost estimating of homes “by the square foot” (BiSqFt). This means that each trade (electricians, carpenters, painters, etc) price their services according to the number of square feet a project claims to be. In short, the cost of their services are calculated based on the size of the home.