Flip or Flop Kitchen Ideas – You are probably familiar with the mousses: Tarek is the one with the super hot Dad BOD, and Christina is the only one with the ABS revenge that almost makes us want to leave the cake and head for the gym. But before 2017, the couple was better known for their building skills and interior design than their tumultuous divorce. So let’s bring it back to that: Here are four tips that you can steal from the most dazzling FLIP or make-up kitchen flop.
However, be sure to exercise control over the rest of your project. When Christina opts for mosaic tiles, she keeps the cabinets and walls super simple. And if the graphics squares are too much of a compromise, take inspiration from Christina’s designs. The way your tiles are placed in a Chevron or vertical brick formation can also act as a pattern.
When Tarek and Christina are not struggling about what kind of wood to use-Christina is a big fan of real hardwood, dude; Tarek not so much–they are actually using in really unique ways. We saw the duo cover cooking islands with the material and hanging beams from the ceiling. They are also great fans of incorporating the material into adjoining rooms with sliding barn doors or chimney panels.
We are not so naïve as to think that we have seen the death of the white kitchen. When designing houses to sell, like Tarek and Christina do, you have to give the masses what they want-and often they want white. But every once in a while, the double Flip or flop gets bold enough to sneak a little color into their cabinets. When it comes to another neutral, like Gray, Tarek and Christina will use it in both the upper and lower parts. But with a more attractive tone like cobalt blue, they exhibit it in a single set of doors.
Conical pendants are the basic kitchen lighting goats: They are super popular, not too unique, and they can handle in some way to fit each design style. And while Christina can be basic in many ways (girlfriend Rocks yoga pants like no other), we give her props for her unexpected choices in the lighting department. She has made us realize that a spider is seen at home in an elegant kitchen and that the light-inspired orbs of the disc can be surprisingly fashionable when they are not metallic and revolving.