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Kitchen Design 101 with Rebecca Robeson



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Remodeling your kitchen or just giving it a face lift can be easy, and San Diego-based interior designer Rebecca Robeson is ready to help you get started. With years of experience creating amazing kitchens, Rebecca talks you through tips and ideas you can use in your own space. Whether it’s selecting countertops, backsplashes, kitchen appliances, companion finishes, kitchen fixtures, cook tops, range hoods, knobs or accessories, Rebecca will help you update your look or create your dream kitchen from the ground up!

How can a backsplash help establish your color palette and create a spectacular focal point? Should you stain or paint your cabinetry? How do you select flooring for your kitchen that will be amazing and functional? Rebecca will encourage and inspire you as she walks you through the steps, helps you get organized and shows you ideas that encompass every aspect of kitchen design.

Want more design tips from Rebecca? Visit The Design Network to view her other her other series “Live Your Style” and “MyPad.”

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9 comments

  1. I don't understand the reason for having a pot filler on the cooktop. Lets see if I understand the logic here. The thought is that filling a large pot in the sink and carrying it over to the stove, you might spill the water. Hence the reason to install a pot filler over the stove. But …. when you are finished boiling what ever you cooked on the stove, removed the food from the pot. What to do with all that water. Easy solution, right? You dump it into the sink. Hold that thought. Initially you did not want to carry a large pot of cold water to the stove, in case you spill it. But you have no problem carrying a pot of scalding hot water back to the sink? If it is me, I jingle the pot, the hot water splashes on my hand and burns my hand. I am going to drop the pot. Solution would be to move the sink to the same countertop as the stove and next to the stove.

  2. jaspreet sandhu

    Hello Rebecca
    I m huge fan of yours. I am building a new home. So i m trying to follow you completely. I love every design of yours

  3. hi rebecca I am from algeria and I love your design it is soooooo beautiful lovely soraya
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  4. You look so beautiful with a blue turquoise color. I am always enjoy watching your talented video, thanks.

  5. I'm in a 'pickle' too! I've ordered my granite ~ Alaska White! However, I don't know what to do with the space above the 4" backsplash, which is also granite. Can you combine tile above the 4" backsplash!? I keep looking for examples of something! Someone please help! Thank you!

  6. Rebecca, I am currently remodeling my kitchen. What an adventure it has been even though I have a small area. I am stuck on the backsplash ! Initially decided on a hexagon (this did not work) . Second choice, thin horizontal glass. The installer was not doing a good job! Frustration ! Finally I am back at the beginning with no backsplash. You think subway tiles are the way to go? My new kitchen is all white including the walls with brush nickel oven, dishwasher etc. your help is needed and appreciated. Thank you. Any readers out there interested in proving your suggestions is welcomed too.

  7. Cool. =)

  8. Peter Blackmer

    Meh.

  9. Maria das Santos

    Rebecca Ribeson the Queen of California chic is here at last!
    My binder is full of Rebecca Robeson Designs,just one problem Rebecca is in California and I am in London/Lancashire England-SIGH!Happiness for you America.