By Alphonse Domitille. Scandanavian Kitchen. Published at Monday, January 15th, 2018 - 05:20:17 AM.
Are you bored with the traditional all-white look? Maybe you want your kitchen to stand out from the pack. Even though black might not be used extensively in the Scandinavian kitchen, you can still employ it in a clever and creative fashion to delineate spaces, highlight architectural features, anchor the light, bright kitchen, and create visual contrast.
In true Scandinavian style, if you have an all-white themed kitchen the best way to add a pop of colour is by adding various pieces of brightly coloured furniture. For example many people may opt for a Smeg fridge (shop the range at Amazon), houseplants or vibrant coffee machines which add a touch of colour without going over the top. Why not design your own bespoke made-to-measure furniture with some Scandinavian inspired fabric?
One of the benefits of Scandinavian style is that it does not really force you to splurge whenever you want to remodel or renovate the kitchen. Its neutral backdrop, crisp form and effortless functionality will let you switch styles and themes with ease down the line. But once you are hooked on Scandinavian, it will be hard to shake it off!
As for the walls, neutral tones are recommended. Bright colours and risky contrasts should be avoided in atmospheres of this type. The rest of the decoration in a Scandinavian kitchen may include enamelled white tones, paying special attention to the cooking area, which may be of a colour that matches the extraction hood.
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