By Samuel Mathis. Other Kitchen. Published at Thursday, August 10th, 2017 - 21:51:26 PM.
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.
Sometimes, the simplest way to revamp a kitchen is to think outside of the box. For example, when replacing bar stools, seek out comfortable scoop shape seats instead of the more common round stools. Replacing your refrigerator? A rounded, retro look fridge is a fun and interesting divergence from the stainless steel norms.
Many of the most precious memories are forged in kitchens, with traditions that date back generations. Farmhouse style structures are visual reminders of generous portions of comfort food, enjoyed with large groups of family and loved ones. Bring that traditional aesthetic into your home by mixing the familiar feel of worn wood and exposed beams with modern conveniences such as a stainless steel rack for cooking pots and crisp lighting.
Many traditional kitchen design images depict simplicity in a small space, but this example showcases how bolder can be better! Keeping the cabinets and walls white morphs this kitchen into a blank canvas ready for that creative touch. Lovely orchids in the window and soft, comfortable seating keep this area comforting, and the multitude of colors ensures this design will never get boring.
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