kitchens. Friday , February 16th , 2018 - 18:12:18 PM
Bring black to Scandinavia with French cabinetry in a darker hue. A chrome fridge and oven make classic white and wood contemporary. Make thinly-lined tiles the feature in an urban jungle atmosphere. This kitchen mixes it up with a black SMEG and cabinetry, hanging plants and mismatching schoolboy chairs. The Scandinavian is simple enough to act minimal. Wooden floors and a white tiled inlet meet a striped rug, wide-paned cabinets and a death star-style lamp.
Dandelion is a wonderful color for a space as clean, simple, and minimalistic as this one. It draws up the warm tones from the kitchen’s wooden features. This kitchen serves as an incredible example of using color blocking to distinguish the kitchen from the rest of the open layout living space. It’s a perfect cube of vibrant yellow, encompassing each working surface and even the floor. Can’t get enough color blocking? Here, the kitchen is bright yellow, the dining table pale green, and a hint of red alludes to the living room just out of view.
Often used in bedroom design, the soft appeal of grey can cool many interiors. Yet one secret power remains - its subtle transformation of kitchens. Often left in the cold for warmer wooden tones, its ability to make a kitchen look fresh and contemporary works wonders for a range of home styles. Whether blending into white, creating the industrial or making smooth moves in charcoal, its range and depth of hue rival many traditional kitchen colours. Paired with brighter yellows and tonal blue gradients, it offers a clean palette without the drama of white or black. Look at our top forty picks for yourself.
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