Published at Wednesday, February 14th, 2018 - 23:48:11 PM. Modern Kitchen. By Christine Lylou.
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Color blocking, the use of bright contrasting colors on an otherwise bland background, is the key to making this space jump out at the viewer. Clear glass pendant-style light fixtures provide lighting without detracting from the intended focus of the color blocks. Cleverly placed white accessories (in this case a tea set) add a bit of dimension to the foreground to separate the island space from the back wall.
That depends upon your taste! For some people, a kitchen island will be a needless expense and inconvenience, limiting movement around a modern kitchen. For others, having extra seating space is a vital aspect of the kitchen, turning it from just a food preparation space to a social setting. If you don’t have access to an outside terrace or if the dining room is further away from your modern kitchen, then an island could be an ideal addition. However, if you have a small kitchen, then trying to cram an island in could spoil the harmony of the design, which should be avoided at all costs.
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