By Samuel Mathis. Modern Kitchen. Published at Tuesday, February 06th, 2018 - 10:47:31 AM.
The contrast in this modern kitchen decoration is what brings the space together. Pops of color burst from a black and gray scene. Every surface is slick either by the nature of its material or by the addition of a thick layer of glass-like lacquer. Perfect color selections enabled the designer to create a space that would otherwise be lost in darkness.
The real feature of the room, though, is the exquisite set of chromed glass orb lights above which add warmth without being overbearing. A dark mirror-glass tiled backsplash deepens the back wall while the teal-blue upholstered stool-chairs add softness to the space.
Families will need much more space than single people and couples, and with small children running around, safety should also be a major consideration. In the end, you need to keep the big picture in mind as well. A good modern kitchen will be supremely functional, and its beauty emerges from this quality.
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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