Add polka dots wherever you deem fit. They add a bit of femininity to the space but they also help create that funky, vintage feel that retro kitchens draw their personality out of. Think linens when it comes to this print as they’ll play nice. Red evokes that playful nature that retro styles have, especially when playing with “diner” styles. Use it as a main color or in your accents for a beautiful contrast to your stark neutrals.
A which opens up to a living area has to be flexible and to ensure a seamless and natural transition between these spaces. At the same time, the kitchen has to have its own personality. Employing a constant palette of materials and colors throughout the open floor plan is one of ways in which to make that happen. A kitchen island with a table extension such as the one used here by can prove to be a space-efficient element when you’re trying to save space by adjoining the dining area to the kitchen. However, considering the size of the island as well as everything else featured here, this seems more like a way to add comfort to the space.
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.
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