By Bastien Bertrand. Scandanavian Kitchen. Published at Thursday, January 18th, 2018 - 13:45:45 PM.
Simplicity is key to achieving a beautiful Nordic décor scheme. Scandinavian design focuses on creating a pure and practical space where the family can go about their daily routine with ease. Minimalist style is very popular, with many designs using clean, uninterrupted lines to form an open and functional interior. Kitchen styles, such as Handleless Gloss, would fit seamlessly into a Nordic home, with the sweeping units giving the room an understated and elegant finish.
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.
Fitted kitchens or just bottom cabinets – the choice is yours with this look - always looking to keep clutter to a minimum. Make the most of our innovative storage solutions and you’ll not only be able to keep more in a smaller space, you’ll be able to get to everything quickly and easily.
Having hanging lights in your kitchen are all the rage at the moment, and many people are opting for these over standard lights or spotlights. There are so many available to suit different kitchen styles, perhaps opt for low hanging cream lights which will give your kitchen character and are also much brighter than standard lighting, or a unique floor lamp in the corner of your kitchen which would add drama to the design.
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