By Annette Marthe. Other Kitchen. Published at Monday, January 15th, 2018 - 14:05:46 PM.
A closer look shows some simple touches add to the overall effect, such as replacing the drawer pulls with funk mint hardware and towels that match the wall art. Are you renting and aren’t able to paint your walls? Or love the look of colored wainscot but don’t want to commit to that large of a renovation project? There are wainscot panels you can purchase, paint to your desired color and then affix to your walls in a manner that can easily be removed.
The geometric print rug complements the colored pixel print tile on the walls without clashing with the neutral island. Pinks and purples on the upper cabinets flow with the flourishes of the border tile and a lovely arch window opens the room with natural lighting.
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.
The light grey color used throughout the walls, ceiling and floor add depth without creating too much background noise. Vivid yellow punctuates the orderly shelves and the innovative table, showcasing the unique way this tiny space has solved the need for a table and storage. Softly accenting this miniature masterpiece, the wooden back splash and seating flow with the gentle pattern in the floor, keeping the overall impression from appearing too industrial.
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