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.
A kitchen can stand out even if it’s decorated with a very simple color palette. In the case of the kitchen designed by , the beauty of the space comes from the high ceiling, the stylish pendant lamps, the sculptural island and the proximity to glass doors that lead outside while also letting abundant light in.
When creating a retro kitchen you’ll want to really think about your cabinets, because it can make or break your theme. So, if you really want to go all in – don’t be afraid with deciding on pastel color cabinets and take your vision full-throttle. Padded stools can be thrown in the mix too. Stay away from steel or wooden bench seats because those are more traditional and modern, but those with padding can help with the personality you’re searching for.
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