Review of materials, advice on the selection and selection of 40 photos of kitchens with stone aprons.
12 nuances that you need to know before buying a tile for finishing a kitchen apron, as well as 50 photo examples of popular tile formats in the interior.
The article contains a review of materials, 25 photo-examples of the use of false panels, as well as a selection of useful videos.
The article contains a certificate for the buyer on the choice of MDF wall panels, 25 photo examples, as well as instructions for installing the apron with your own hands.
We choose mosaic tiles for facing the apron in 4 steps and inspire 70 photos of mosaic aprons in the interior of the kitchen.
We understand the pros and cons of a glass kitchen apron, its advantages over traditional tiles and the varieties of glass panels: skina, stalinite, triplex, plexiglas and others, further in the article.
The plastic apron is an excellent material in the ratio of the price and quality. After all, it is lightweight, inexpensive and fairly durable. However, it is not compatible with a gas stove and ... a bright interior. Read about these and other features of plastic aprons further in the article.
What size and color should be the classic tile "hog"? Is white apron “hog” practical? Which grout to choose? How to lay the "bricks" yourself? We answer these and other questions later in the article.
We determine the optimal size of the apron for your kitchen, given its height, dimensions of furniture, appliances and space.
The decision to put the tile yourself is rational and profitable. This is not just a great way to save money, but also a guarantee that the work will be carried out in good faith, which means that a tile apron will last you a long time.
Choose a kitchen apron of your dreams, following our guide to materials and design, and also draw on deco ideas from a selection of 80 photo examples.
White kitchen apron is combined with any style and with all colors, so it will fit into any interior. And for small kitchens, it is the surest way to visually enlarge the space.