abizar adella kitchens, 2017-10-02 16:28:01. The tile backsplash in this kitchen mimics a brick wall. The vent is stainless as well as the countertop, making the workspace easy to clean. The unstained floors lends well with the understated Scandinavian look. This kitchen is the centerpiece of this Rome apartment. On the opposite side of the cabinets is the television fo the living area. Antique oak parquet floors add warmth and the window brings in light. The small table gives a place for eating and work.
abizar adella kitchens, 2017-10-03 17:50:32. This kitchen blends into the living area and allows ample seating in both rooms with the sectional and large round table with seating for eight in grey. This white modern kitchen uses its space wisely. White cabinets incase the microwave and oven. The unusual circle pendant lighting adds a nice touch.
abizar adella living-rooms, 2017-09-10 07:51:48. This room incorporates shades of grey into its color palette. This room is relatively smaller, and the monochrome colors make it seem more spacious and homely. A black marble accent wall behind a modern fireplace is a unique twist on the classic chimney, while the expressive paintings on the wall make the room look interesting. The wooden floor subtly enhances the monochrome colors by being a bit of a contrast.
abizar adella kitchens, 2017-09-05 07:22:11. Steel and chrome feature in this darker space. Matched by an almost-black art piece at its entrance, only a wooden dining table and chrome swaying lights break the tone. A bit of curve rounds out hard edges. This wave-design bench leads up to an orange-hued enclave in this black-and-silver interior. Industrial is the word to describe this living space, backgrounded by black. A large winding ventilator fan and SMEG fridge block give white, while the majority converts to black.
abizar adella kitchens, 2017-09-12 07:21:20. Eclectic and oh-so-stylish, the Scandinavian theme stretches to most living, dining and bedroom areas – but the kitchen is where it really comes out to shine. A step inside the kitchens of these fifty homes shows the Scandinavian can be much more than just white walls, wooden floors and lined tiling. Here, bright mustard cabinetry and chequered floors meet dreamy pastels and block monochromes. Stencil frames and finer elements wind boxes around benches, and cubby holes around ornaments. Plant life hangs and hides simultaneously, a breath of fresh air in light and airy spaces. Take our tour to see.
abizar adella kitchens, 2017-09-11 07:54:28. While traditional kitchen styles tend to emphasize material and color palettes, modernist designers are exploring the world of unconventional geometric design and creative framing. The kitchens in this post range from futurist styles based on sharp asymmetric polygons, all the way to otherwise classic compositions that break the mold by emphasizing innovative uses of proportion and shape – bold and subtle in turn. Many of these spaces sit on the high end of the luxury spectrum but others employ simple tricks that any handy DIY enthusiast can use. Which modern kitchen is your favorite? Let us know in the comment section.
abizar adella decorating-ideas, 2017-09-06 07:38:34. The wood comes in the following types: Oak, Ash, Cherry, Maple, and Walnut and can be stained and finished into a multitude of colors once you receive it. The best part about it is that you end up wasting less trees. Since the natural curve of the wood is used rather than cut away, it allows for more panels per tree and hence more floors per forest.
abizar adella kitchens, 2017-09-13 07:21:46. Quirky vintage appliances and artwork lend themselves to a purely contemporary style thanks to a vivid palette built from bright shades of lemon yellow and tangerine – a pairing reminiscent of technicolor daffodils. Although the first image shows wooden chair options, these yellow kitchen bar stools use slight variations as a great way soften the effect of a pure yellow theme without reducing the desired level of intensity.
abizar adella dining-rooms, 2017-09-07 07:45:26. More often than not, it is uncommon for homes to have their dining spaces open up to a balcony; if you might have noticed, it‘s usually a living area that opens to a balcony - or a bedroom! But, every so often, we have designers who go out of their ways to really create a more subtle environment that breaks norms in design and the arts.
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