Everyone knows how powerful exposed brick walls can be when designing and decorating a space. But what about brick floors? They’re very interesting too and you can see here an intriguing example where a brick floor was used for a modern kitchen.
Making a kitchen appear larger and more spacious than it actually is shouldn’t be very difficult as long as you’re using a suitable strategy. The layout featured here allowed the team to highlight the view and to give the space a very pure and crisp look by using white as the only color for the walls, floor, ceiling and furniture. An exception is the dining table and chair frames which has a dramatic impact of the décor. gave this modern kitchen an architectural and sculptural look by working with well-defined shapes and geometric forms, clean lines and pure materials. The cantilevered island extension serves a double purpose, both as a prep area and a table.
focused here on making the neutral look natural and on turning the kitchen into social space. The oval dining table is perfect for socializing while the open shelves maintain the décor open and airy. The pink accent chair is an unexpcted detail but it definitely has a lot of charm. When the color palette is minimal and includes neutrals such as black, white and gray, you can make the interior design stand out by using interesting combinations of materials, finishes, prints and patterns. Halard-Halard used that startegy when designing this kitchen.
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