By Marthe Gabin. Modern Kitchen. Published at Monday, February 12th, 2018 - 18:36:03 PM.
That depends upon your taste! For some people, a kitchen island will be a needless expense and inconvenience, limiting movement around a modern kitchen. For others, having extra seating space is a vital aspect of the kitchen, turning it from just a food preparation space to a social setting. If you don’t have access to an outside terrace or if the dining room is further away from your modern kitchen, then an island could be an ideal addition. However, if you have a small kitchen, then trying to cram an island in could spoil the harmony of the design, which should be avoided at all costs.
At first glance this space might appear to be some sort of futuristic diner scene. Yet, it is a clear example of how modern kitchen ideas can incorporate both classic and revolutionary styles of design. Bright white and fuchsia are clearly the ruling colors of this space. Super smooth surfaces run from walls to cabinets to countertops and the texture even flows to the clear plastic stool tops. The fuchsia accent on the inset of the dining island adds a nice rush of color in an area the may have otherwise been washed out. Amber pendant lights add a third dimension to the two-tone color scheme bringing together a triad of hues that can only be described as striking.
The warm tone of the island butcher block top creates depth in the space while functioning as the perfect prep area or space for entertaining. Stainless steel appliances and plumbing fixtures are enhanced by the translucent gold light pendant lights. Finally, the smooth marble backsplash pattern behind the stovetop lightens the back wall for a third texture and color combination.
Families will need much more space than single people and couples, and with small children running around, safety should also be a major consideration. In the end, you need to keep the big picture in mind as well. A good modern kitchen will be supremely functional, and its beauty emerges from this quality.
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