One way of adding pattern and visual interesting to a kitchen is with tiled flooring. Of course, simplicity is also an option but sometimes a décor needs to be grounded by something in order to feel complete.
Even if you want to nix color but still create a retro kitchen black and white can get the job done for you, so don’t worry. Use these classic neutrals as the foundation of your space. are a must as they evoke that diner style we all love but also give you the opportunity to create a place to decorate and add your own unique touches as well.
An accurate description if this kitchen could descibe it as being feminine, casual, chic and cheerful. The modular wall feature is particularly eye-catching. It has holes arranged in a grid which allow the various modules, shelves and boxes to be rearranged as desired using rods. Rustic and industrial elements were put together here and the result is a kitchen with a dramatic interior design based on strong materials and finishes. The color palette was kept neutral and simple in order to emphasize the textures and to highlight certain accent details such as the bar stool frames.
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.
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.
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