By Samuel Mathis. Scandanavian Kitchen. Published at Monday, February 12th, 2018 - 10:39:43 AM.
It is generally the ‘summer colors’ that agree with this style, but stronger hues also seem at home when used with restraint. Remember that whether it is pattern or color, moderation is a mantra that you need to stick to when it comes to the classic Scandinavian look. Cabinets in gentle green or light aqua along with matching chairs in the adjacent dining space take the appeal to a whole new level!
One of the benefits of Scandinavian style is that it does not really force you to splurge whenever you want to remodel or renovate the kitchen. Its neutral backdrop, crisp form and effortless functionality will let you switch styles and themes with ease down the line. But once you are hooked on Scandinavian, it will be hard to shake it off!
Even though white is not the most practical color when it comes to the kitchen, Scandinavian decors always find a way to make it seem stylish. It’s common for the kitchen in such cases to have either a wooden floor with a light color or a black and white checkerboard floor. The black and white combination is also commonly used for the rest of the décor as well.
As for the walls, neutral tones are recommended. Bright colours and risky contrasts should be avoided in atmospheres of this type. The rest of the decoration in a Scandinavian kitchen may include enamelled white tones, paying special attention to the cooking area, which may be of a colour that matches the extraction hood.
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