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.
Instead of enclosing the kitchen, chose in this case to open this space to the rest of the adjacent areas. This was done while adopting a raw and edgy design approach materialized into wooden shelving units and minimalist black cabinetry. The marble island is the centerpiece of this spacious and open kitchen. The island matches the backsplash which is quite special as well, only partially covering the space between the counter and the wall cabinetry and forming a small platform for displaying and storing small objects.
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.
Other interesting accent colors which can be used in the kitchen are the pastels. A soft shade of pink or orange can give the space a bohemian look. Mix it with a few earthy tones and industrial details to balance out the look. Perhaps some bar stools with metal structures or a copper pipe hanger can do the trick.
A long and narrow kitchen is often a nightmare. But we’re actually exaggerating in this case. There are ways to make such a floor plan look charming and spacious without sacrificing its functionality. The key is to find the right combination of open shelves, closed storage spaces, built-in appliances and a fresh and simple color palette, preferably based on white. On the other hand, when space is not necessarily a problem, you might even want to make use of dark colors in order to make the space feel more comfortable. propose here a design based on matte black mixed with white and stainless steel accents.
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