By Samuel Mathis. Modern Kitchen. Published at Thursday, August 31st, 2017 - 06:13:14 AM.
While the backsplash material appears to be a window, it is actually toughened glass spray painted a dark, jet black. This helps to elongate the room in an otherwise narrow space. Built-in storage in both the island and back wall provide more than adequate storage while remaining hidden from view.
The worktop is the most important surface in any modern kitchen, and it needs to be extremely functional. There are plenty of materials that could be used for the worktop which combine this functionality with physical beauty. For example, polished granite is hard to scour and ages well, while hardwood is easy to clean.
Recessed lighting will make the most of a confined space, as will pull-out cupboards for dry goods. Integrated fridges are another space-saving option. The skill lies in packing it all into your space, but leaving room to get around. The use of neutral tones for walls will also make a kitchenette seem much roomier, as will ample natural light.
Highly modern kitchen cabinets on the back wall provide abundant storage options without detracting from the focus on the artful island. It’s a room that’s light on color variety, but heavy on modernity. The room-wide skylight above provides the perfect lighting source for daytime entertaining while a gargantuan silver chandelier sculpture brings both evening lighting and another piece of true art to the space.
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