Nov 09 , 2018

12 Ways to Modernize Your Kitchen, According to Reddit Users


Lighten Up Everything

Reddit user Buildadoor purchased a 1930s Tudor home, posting a picture of the kitchen they would like to modernize.

“Lightening everything up is a great way to modernize, but to make everything ‘go,’ you’re going to have to be really thoughtful in picking your colors,” says Reddit user designdesigndesign11. “Maybe a light gray and white checkerboard floor, marble-look counters, and then a tile backsplash in any traditional pattern: subway, herringbone, etc.” If your home has any of these 12 features, it’s time for an update!

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