Published at Friday, July 21st 2017. by Auberta Perrier in Kitchen.
Black plus white combo kitchen design. The timeless black in‐conjunction with white combo is also worth mentioning. A kitchen utilize this combo has the potency to look very chic with elegant. We find the tiled backsplash used here by Widawscy Studio Architektury to be particularly interesting also inspiring.
Black kitchen scheme with a beautiful mosaic backsplash. Disc Interiors select in this case to utilize dark kitchen cabinets, a resolution that proved to have very elegant results. The combination between open in‐conjunction with closed shelves together with storage spaces placed against the white plus gray background is striking also eye‐catching. Moreover, the patterned backsplash breaks the tedium with its geometric print.
Colorless washed kitchen furniture with a dark paint wall. A rather dissimilar near was used here by Katrin Arens. This is a kitchen which plays with dissimilarity on a very simple level. At the same time, it‘s a space that feels very inviting with user‐friendly thanks to all the genuine wood used for the furniture. The reality that the dark accent wall is not covered with robust cabinetry establishes an airy ambiance.
Dark pendant lamps above kitchen island. A kitchen can stand out even if it‘s decorated with a very simple color palette. In the instance of the kitchen scheme by William Burton Leopardi, the charm of the room proceed from the high ceiling, the modern pendant lamps. The sculptural island in‐conjunction with the proximity to glass doors that lead outside while also letting abundant light in.
In addition to making the most of the windows present in the kitchen, you could also emphasize the bright, open as well as airy ambiance in here by using white as the main color. Moreover, another good ideas is to make use of open cabinetry in‐conjunction with shelves with glass door panels. Keep in mind that the result would most likely possess traditional influences.
Open kitchen as well as marble backsplash plus wood island. The island is the constituent which generally divides an open kitchen hypothesis from the dining or living areas. The fact that the island had an exposed wood base also allows it to stand out in‐conjunction with separate itself from the rest of the kitchen.
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