By Samuel Mathis. Modern Kitchen. Published at Monday, February 12th, 2018 - 06:12:40 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.
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.
Steel and other metal compounds will be a good way to add some modernist excitement to the kitchen, and are similarly hard wearing. The key is to find a worktop material for your modern kitchen which will be easy to clean, durable and which fits into your overall design. Don’t buy an exotic stone worktop, just because it looks great on its own. How does it fit into your plan? One element out of place can spoil the balance of a modern kitchen.
Small rooms can still be turned into dazzling modern kitchen spaces with a little design know how. Kitchenettes will need to include clever storage features, with hanging hooks being a great option. Magnetized bands make a great futuristic element that can add modern elegance to the tiniest kitchens.
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