By Florent Florette. Modern Kitchen. Published at Sunday, January 28th, 2018 - 00:47:22 AM.
Almost any homeowner can complete basic kitchen makeovers to make an old work space look new. This may increase the value of the home and it may make the home more likely to sell if it goes on the market. However, because it is so easy for homeowners to complete these simple makeovers, those looking for something truly unique and different must buck those trends and find a way to make their kitchen stand out from all others.
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 slate-gray tiles mesh unbelievably well with the buttery yellow and cream tiles spaced just so. The added focal point of light stain on select cabinetry and the front of the modern kitchen island lend just enough finishing to complete the space. This design proves that the knots and grains of wood alone is enough to modernize a space without going overboard.
Modern kitchen decoration means sometimes using unusual materials. Many designers in recent years have begun utilizing concrete as a kitchen texture for countertops. However, few have thought to incorporate it into the structure of the kitchen island. This design melds concrete, stainless steel, and wood together in a sculpted island that is a work of art in its own right. Butcher-block style countertops provide a prep surface with the addition of convenient knife storage.
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