abizar adella decorating-ideas, 2017-09-06 07:38:34. On the other hand, your wall art can introduce color to your room that was never there to begin with, but will become a welcome addition by adding a vibrancy to the overall look. By keeping the artwork more on the abstract side, you do not risk introducing too many new themes along with your new splash of color. The solitary bowl beneath, in a contrasting color, works well here.
abizar adella living-rooms, 2017-09-10 07:51:48. Let’s start with an uplifting pastel design. This cheerful white living room uses pale yellow as a primary accent, with many colors of the rainbow appearing throughout. The layout is open but wraps around a central volume in an L-shape for better division. Abundant windows don’t sacrifice any privacy at all thanks to the huge hedges outside. Stunning feature lighting guides the eye from one functional area to the next. Here, the sofa arrangement basks in the light of the Skygarden lamp by Marcel Wanders. Artwork behind the dining table incorporates some of the colors found in the living room.
abizar adella kitchens, 2017-09-13 07:21:46. White brick and cabinetry open a light and bright space dotted with white accessories, a central wooden table, black stencil legs and lighting. Lit by a camouflaged lamp, this kitchen adds to the Scandinavian with pastel blue cabinetry, light wood, plain white shelving and a classic SMEG. Stencils create character in chair legs and differently-shaped drop lighting. Wide panes of white and wood form shapes, while traditional Scandinavian elements peek behind white brick.
abizar adella kitchens, 2017-09-14 14:46:10. Gorgeous! L-shaped cabinet faces bring this kitchen design to the next level. Variations in texture and depth bring life to the otherwise simple surfaces. Here’s another kitchen that carves character into ordinary features. The color palette is classic, but the distinctive shapes give the cabinetry a perfectly contemporary attitude. Unconventional geometric designs are a fantastic way to create a focal point within minimalist compositions. This angled kitchen island and breakfast bar combination offers striking contrast to the clean lines that dominate the rest of the interior.
abizar adella kitchens, 2017-09-18 14:46:13. Striking yet muted in mid-grey-panelling, a strip of LED-lighting sits pretty above contrasting white peonies. A touch of difference to a white wall and light flooring, this grey hue keeps it fresh while storing books. Wall-to-floor tiling embraces grey and white, as bauble lights join the party. Under-cabinet lighting draws the eye from the dining area. Mimicking a game of tetris, this multi-shaped wonder with a large, slanted window keeps everyone guessing.
abizar adella kitchens, 2017-09-11 07:54:28. 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.
abizar adella kitchens, 2017-09-12 07:21:20. 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 kitchens, 2017-09-15 14:46:11. White brick and cabinetry open a light and bright space dotted with white accessories, a central wooden table, black stencil legs and lighting. Lit by a camouflaged lamp, this kitchen adds to the Scandinavian with pastel blue cabinetry, light wood, plain white shelving and a classic SMEG. Stencils create character in chair legs and differently-shaped drop lighting. Wide panes of white and wood form shapes, while traditional Scandinavian elements peek behind white brick.
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