By Alphonse Marthe. Modern Kitchen. Published at Saturday, February 03rd, 2018 - 15:46:39 PM.
A great idea to create a modern kitchen design is to choose a firm contrast between the floor and the cabinets and walls. This doesn’t mean clashing red tiles with blue painted surfaces. Instead, look at cool grey stone and wooden cabinets, or go for a light cream or white colour scheme. Bright colours will generally upset the harmony of the overall design and should be avoided.
Take notes as you go, so that any moments of inspiration don’t slip away, and bring everything together simply to create the perfect room. You can gain expert advice about home design, and you can even check out the Ideabooks of other home designers, so that great ideas spread quickly and as many people as possible can enjoy superb modern kitchen designs. Achieving designer perfection has never been easier.
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.
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.
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