Published at Wednesday, January 17th, 2018 - 18:59:23 PM. Scandanavian Kitchen. By Samuel Mathis.
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If opting for base cabinets only, select top shelving to match the walls, or break up the colour scheme with a bright wood like beech, birch or oak. Stack your crockery and glasses neatly and add the odd herb pot or a pot of lavender for a punch of colour and scent.
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.
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