When you can’t decide on a single style, settle for an eclectic kitchen. It can include influence from numerous different styles and it can include elements such as classical chairs mixed with modern ones, a traditional chandelier, rustic cabinetry and vintage finishes. The team at decided to make an antique table the centerpiece of this rather small kitchen. The table has a detailed frame with intricately carved details and a simple wooden top. The chairs organized around it match it in style. The actual kitchen furniture is white and simple as not to overwhelm the space.
For an automatic warm, country feel, use beadboard (or tongue-and-groove) facings on vertical surfaces. Ideas for beadboard placement include cabinet doors, kitchen island walls, or even the backsplash. They don’t have to steal the show, but iron details (think cast iron or wrought iron touches) in a French country kitchen are a must. Iron appears to be used on much of the lighting here (the pendant lanterns and lighting flanking the kitchen sink), and it finishes off the whole look.
When layered in multiple shades, gray can be a wonderful accent color. Even though it’s a neutral, it can definitely make a kitchen or a living room stand out. It’s fetured here in combination with white subway tiles and a floor and wall cabinet is off-white. Further more, gray is also integrated throughout the open floor plan. Black can be just as charming and surprising. We’ve already mentioned our appreciation for black and white interiors but let’s review one more example. This kitchen designed by uses black and white is large blocks instead of evenly distributing them in small amounts. The result is a powerful décor.
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