By Florent Florette. Scandanavian Kitchen. Published at Saturday, January 20th, 2018 - 05:14:05 AM.
Wooden floors are a must in any kitchen. They are much more practical and they are also a key component in any Scandinavian style kitchen. Other great options are ceramic tiles or stone flags, and both are easy clean options.
But having a white kitchen does not make it automatically ‘Scandinavian’, and you need additional elements such as soft wooden tones, lovely lighting that drives away any dark corners and a hint of color to achieve the transformation. Clean straight lines, a clutter-free environment and smart organizational solutions help in achieving that fabled Scandinavian look.
The main characteristics of this style allows it to be best applied in modern and contemporary kitchens where minimalism is a must. Here, the décor stays interesting and eye-catching through unexpected combinations of colors, textures and shapes or through modern twists added to classical elements.
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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