kitchens. Thursday , January 25th , 2018 - 19:19:05 PM
Minimalistic kitchens often benefit from some type of sculptural or otherwise eye-catching addition to serve as a focal point. This one uses creatively-routed pendant lights as both a decoration and a functional enhancement to the island. The Patricia Urquiola Last Minute kitchen bar stools also add to the minimalist beauty of this design.
Many kitchens offer white, wood, and chrome features. What many don’t boast is a touch of marble. Indicative of the luxurious and uber-sophisticated, marble is a textile most kitchens only dream of. Whether black-speckled or white-streaked, each marble panel is different and bespoke, with no marbled effect appearing the same. Not just for splashbacks and benches, watch as marble adorns chairs, flooring, and even a touch of the ornamental. These thirty-six kitchens show a myriad of ways in which marble can add class and sophistication to a kitchen, creating a truly luxurious cooking and tasting space.
This smoothly tapered kitchen island plays with light and shadow for a fluid and seamless effect. It’s a functional sculpture sure to leave a lasting impression on guests. Designs that employ carefully considered geometry can be subtle as well. This one uses wood and contrast to strike a sense of balance between the cabinetry and the staggered island in the foreground. Symmetry and contrast play an important role in this kitchen. Even the refrigerator uses matching wood cladding for a seamless design.
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