By Bastien Bertrand. Other Kitchen. Published at Friday, January 19th, 2018 - 11:38:19 AM.
Personalizing your space doesn’t have to be relegated to decorating a bedroom. There are no set rules for how a kitchen has to look, so use pieces that will catch your eye and admiration. In this expressive example, the whimsical chandelier is just one of a variety of conversation pieces to feast your eyes on.
Keeping the upper cabinetry a similar shade as the walls and ceiling places even greater focus on the sunshine-esque accent and makes the kitchen seem much taller. This is a great technique to use in kitchens where not all the fixtures quite blend – the yellow, even sized cabinets draw the eye away from the mismatched, grey wall storage.
This style combines charming wood, brick and tile accents with bright palettes. Crowded shelves are welcome but pair best with open floor plans. Mix and match the features that most appeal to you for a kitchen design that’s entirely yours. The end result will be as useful as it is inviting.
When it comes to small kitchen design, don’t feel like you’re stuck with the same old design techniques. This homeowner was stuck with a very unconventional kitchen space, in the sense that they had a narrow space but very high ceilings.
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