If you have a simple neutral or monochromatic kitchen, if you want to liven it up a little and add a touch of color and pattern, you can just do it with a colorful and bold backsplash. Do you need some ideas to watch? Here you are!
Colorful tile backsplashes
You can rock colorful tile backsplashes – it can be a bold one-color backsplash with no prints or patterns. It can be any bold hue you like – turquoise, red, pink, emerald, sun yellow, purple, blue, or any other. Such a backsplash could be a contrasting or monochrome or neutral kitchen, or it could complement a colorful kitchen you already have. Another idea for rocking is to try a bold and colorful backsplash in various bold colors and with different prints. Such backsplashes are usually made in very neutral or dark and moody kitchens to enhance them.
As for styles, a colorful backsplash can round off any kitchen, from the farmhouse to the modern one. If you’re minimalist, just skip multi-colored backsplashes and stick with a single color that fits or contrasts.
Other colorful backsplashes
If you don’t want to install a tile backsplash or it’s too difficult to do, choose glass or wallpaper. Smooth colorful glass back walls look very modern and very bold and can round off a minimalist, modern or modern kitchen. Wallpaper backsplashes require a lot of color and pattern, but are usually not very durable. There is a cool solution – cover your background with some glass. Let yourself be inspired and bring your kitchen to life!
A rocket stove is an efficient and hot-burning stove that uses small-diameter wood fuel. The fuel is burned in a simple combustion chamber with an insulated vertical chimney that ensures almost complete combustion before the flames reach the cooking surface. Rocket stove designs are most commonly used for portable stoves for cooking, but the design is also used to make rocket mass heaters for heating. Today we're sharing some tutorials to help you make your own. So if you fancy some crafting, read on!
The principle behind a rocket stove is simple: instead of cooking on an open fire, you burn wood in an insulated chimney. Rocket stoves are highly efficient and easy to manufacture. They walk on branches so you can avoid cutting down a whole tree just to cook dinner. This 5 gallon steel bucket stove is easy to build and you will enjoy using it.
Low tech is the new high tech, and the best example of the low tech revolution is the wondrous rocket stove - an oven that allows cooking with small twigs - without logs! The chimney effect creates a highly efficient, largely smoke-free combustion. You don't have to cut a tree to cook your dinner - all you need is a few small branches or twigs.
With four cans of soup and a # 10 can (like the size used for large stewed tomatoes or the like), you can build this rocket stove powerful enough to make a meal in minutes.
In this tutorial with a video, we will teach you how to build a small metal camping rocket stove with some extra metal rods to ensure stability. Interested? Read on
This rocket stove is completely portable and can be used for all types of picnics and hiking. The main part of the portable rocket furnace is an old helium bottle.
Welding and metalworking skills are required to complete the following instructions on how to make a rocket furnace, as there is a lot involved in this project. Changes to the materials in the schematic can be made based on personal preference or depending on the availability of the materials.
This rocket furnace that you are going to make looks very nice and is very easy to make. It can be made in a couple of hours, even if it's not really handy. One of the nice things about this rocket stove is that you can cook full meals with very little fuel. By fuel, we mean leaves, twigs, and small sticks. Just a quick side note: the main body of the oven is a 1 gallon can of paint.
This pretty rocket stove was built from a 10 gallon steel pail and can be used as a small charcoal grill. Despite its rough appearance and obvious limitations, it works well. Once started, it boils water faster than the gas stove in the kitchen.
A well-designed DIY rocket stove can produce the same amount of heat as a wood stove with up to 90% less fuel. This efficiency advantage is mainly achieved by two parts of the rocket furnace design. Read this tutorial to find out how to make one.
Just build a rocket stove out of a trash can! It's not a portable version, but when it fits perfectly in a garden for outdoor cooking, we all know that food cooked outdoors is tastier!