By Samuel Mathis. Other Kitchen. Published at Friday, February 02nd, 2018 - 19:10:38 PM.
The large overhead pendant lighting with wicker covers bring attention to the fibrous texture above the functional island and smooth stone floors. Clutter is tucked away behind the striking natural wood cabinets while stainless steel appliances subtly blend in. The simple pots with verdant foliage lend to the impression that a tropic paradise is waiting for you just outside the door.
An underutilized kitchen design idea, this border tile in a eye catching pattern is a simple way to ramp up the interest without tearing out and replacing your entire floor. Another novel piece that blends in beautifully here is the stunning hood, made of marble and mirror and nestled among the upper cabinets seamlessly. Switching out curtains and towels can be a simple fix, but switching up an item like this hood is memorably magnificent.
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.
The asymmetrical sizing and placement of the drawers add interest and functionality – imagine having drawers that perfectly fit that silverware tray, or a pullout shelf that would contain those miscellaneous lids? Choosing a dark finish for the faucet and storing rack helps keep the memorable contrast between the black base and gold highlights.
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