By Florent Florette. Modern Kitchen. Published at Saturday, February 03rd, 2018 - 15:49:10 PM.
The real feature of the room, though, is the exquisite set of chromed glass orb lights above which add warmth without being overbearing. A dark mirror-glass tiled backsplash deepens the back wall while the teal-blue upholstered stool-chairs add softness to the space.
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.
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.
With its earthy tones, basic structure, and freedom of space, this modern kitchen design offers a good balance of masculine and feminine accents to meet the needs of any person or family. The stone countertops and backsplash offer a nice contrasting texture to the smoothness of the lacquer millwork cabinets.
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