If you have breathtaking views of your home and you want to enjoy most of them, why not rock a new and unique decor feature that is on trend today? Backsplashes in the window kitchen enliven your space and provide a beautiful view. What can be more beautiful than nature? All you have to do is make a long and narrow window that mimics your backsplash – and that’s it! Glass is pretty easy to care for, just make it thick so as not to break. The view between the cabinets will look amazing and absolutely unique.
Skylights and window backsplashes
Combine skylights and window backsplashes for a more noticeable look. If you opt for horizontal skylights that repeat the backsplash lines, things get even cooler. You will flood the room with light and your kitchen will be stunning. Another important feature of window backsplashes is that you feel like you’re outdoors. This is especially good if you don’t have an outdoor dining area.
Rock a minimalist or modern kitchen with a window backsplash, and the greens and flowers outside contrast with white or creamy cabinetry. Add windows if you can, and they can also be foldable to further connect the kitchen with the outdoors.
The outdoor season is in full swing and we like to stay outdoors as much as possible. But what if you live in a big city and you have almost no outdoor space? If you have a balcony, that's enough to enjoy the fresh air! Even if it is small, you can set it up and decorate it so that you can feel great there. Do you need ideas? Here you are!
Chairs + A table
A couple of chairs or stools and a small table are classics for every small balcony. This way you can accommodate two people and eat or drink there. We strongly recommend looking out for foldable furniture as it won't take up space when you don't need it. The table can only be a foldable wooden surface attached to the balcony side to save even more space. Choose lightweight looking furniture so as not to clutter the small balcony.
A bench + a table
A normal or a corner bench is a good solution for slightly larger balconies: They offer space for more people at the same time and often have storage space inside. Add a small table - foldable or not - and possibly a chair, stool, or ottoman to accommodate another person. All of these pieces of furniture can include additional storage space so that you can keep your balcony tidy.