kitchens. Friday , February 16th , 2018 - 18:54:58 PM
A simplistic look makes a black kitchen a winner. Clean black panels pop out beside a wooden knife holder and potted plant. Introducing more light, this black kitchen is hardly dark at all. Black benches, cabinetry, fixtures and stools are intersected by large-panel windows, a white shelving stand and light flooring. An engraved ‘kitchen’ states the obvious in this natural piece, radiant with living walls. Granite-look walling with black and wooden cabinetry leaves room for feature chrome.
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.
Austin Bar Stool: Natural wood finish, sleek curved legs, and minimalist construction make these stools a nice statement piece for any interior, especially if you’re working around similar natural wood tones you might want to emphasize. Wyndham Swivel Counter Stool: This swivel stool is great for a space with geometric accents but it can also serve as a fantastic focal point when surrounded by clean lines as pictured. Vintage-finished brass legs and waxed wood seats work equally well within rustic environments or simple contemporary settings.
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