The real feature of the room, though, is the exquisite set of chromed glass orb lights above which add warmth without being overbearing. A dark mirror-glass tiled backsplash deepens the back wall while the teal-blue upholstered stool-chairs add softness to the space.
Clean white cabinetry and neutral subway tile allow for the character pieces to proudly stand out. Accenting the counters with live plants helps provide the feel of farm fresh ingredients, even if you’re residing in the middle of the big city.
When it comes to small kitchen design, don’t feel like you’re stuck with the same old design techniques. This homeowner was stuck with a very unconventional kitchen space, in the sense that they had a narrow space but very high ceilings.
Kitchen islands aren’t just for expanding workspace anymore; they can double as a breakfast bar and increase your storage space as well; we even have some that will seat an entire dinner party when you’re finished preparing the meal!
The Scandinavian style, established in northern Europe at the beginning of the 20th century in countries such as Denmark, Finland and Sweden, aims to make maximum use of light. The result is a kitchen with cosy, well-balanced, peaceful atmosphere in which white is the predominant colour.
It just takes one such statement piece to give your kitchen an air of opulence. Simple gold accessories help tie the room together, and styling the remainder of the kitchen in contrasting black and white keep this glamour from going gaudy. Adding a focal point such as this shimmering storage...
An underutilized kitchen design idea, this border tile in a eye catching pattern is a simple way to ramp up the interest without tearing out and replacing your entire floor. Another novel piece that blends in beautifully here is the stunning hood, made of marble and mirror and nestled among...
A black kitchen range, cabinets, a hood or even an island can instantly shape a fascinating focal point in an otherwise neutral space. If black seems too heavy visually for your kitchen, try darker shades of gray or even deep blue instead....
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