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Keep that clean-slate feeling in your newly renovated kitchen by opting for sleek metallic appliances, naturally textured accents, and a complementing neutral tone for your walls. The result? A versatile foundation you can continue to style in endless ways over time! Here, just a few suggestions for pieces that'll help finish your kitchen.
A pendant light illuminated over your kitchen table can provide the perfect dinnertime ambiance. This double-drum design is the definition of a contemporary classic. Its subtle ivory color goes with virtually any home style, yet the unique shape gives it a little structural intrigue.
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There's no finish that quite matches the timeless look of stainless steel. This sleek front-control gas range from GE Appliances has five burners on its stovetop — the middle unit even converts into a sandwich griddle by flipping the integrated grill. Its genius feature, though, is the Wi-Fi-connected oven to help home chefs remotely control the timer and cooking functions from their smartphone. (And yes, it's Alexa- and Google Assistant-enabled!)
Rattan is a stylish textural material that adds a grounding element to a space, before things start feeling a little too "done." It makes perfect sense to display as an accent tone on your counter stools, as the tawny woven material not only looks sophisticated, but it feels sturdy and supportive.
Outfit your cabinetry with modern hardware. These brushed-nickel bar pulls have a more elevated look from rounded knobs and a comfortably slim feel. This set of 15 cabinet pulls can be oriented horizontally or vertically for a consistent look throughout your space.
If you've previously only thought of your refrigerator as a mere storage space for your produce and perishables, it's high time to maximize its full performance potential. The family-sized GE Appliances Cafe Series French-Door Refrigerator not only provides ample shelf, drawer, door, and freezer space, but its external dispenser is also Keurig-cup compatible, so you can brew on-demand without the need to buy a separate machine!
It also features a temperature-controlled, full-length internal drawer, so you can store produce or meat at the optimal temperature (set separately from the rest of the fridge) without fear of wilting or spoilage.
Folks who regularly use their tea kettles tend to leave them out on the stovetop, so you may as well opt for one that's easy on the eyes. This milky-white. enameled-steel design is a departure from ubiquitous chrome-finished styles, so it'll pop against a backsplash, yet coordinate seamlessly with any color palette.
Do you ever find yourself having to wash your dishes twice because your old dishwasher simply never cleans well enough? Upgrading to the GE Appliances Profile Dishwasher eliminates the need to break out the elbow grease.
The minimalist stainless-steel exterior covertly houses 140 cleaning jets to ensure that all items packed inside will get a thorough rinsing at every angle. Even the silverware basket has jets situated right underneath it, so the most packed-in utensils can get sparkling clean every time.
The right window treatments make a world of difference in a finished kitchen. These fitted Roman shades not only look great, due to their beachy ticking-stripe detail (also available in light blue, beige, or black), but also because they can be easily pulled down or pushed up when needed, without having to fuss with a cord.
Jute-fiber rugs are a natural fit in high-traffic areas like the dining room. If you have an eat-in kitchen, situate this area rug under your table to visually separate the space from your food prep area. Or, opt for the slim runner shape available, and position it flush against your under-sink area.
There's usually so much going on in the kitchen that you don't really want art and other decorative accents to busy up the space. However, we do love affixing a floating shelf or two near the dining area to showcase a rotation of family photos, kid's artwork, or holiday decorations for a look that always feels fresh and inspiring.