A casual ambiance can also be established through a variety of other methods. A beautiful example is offered by. This is a very casual-looking kitchen which incorporates features such as a small mobile island/ cart, cabinetry with glass doors and distressed finishes. The marble kitchen island top and backsplashes are mixed in this case with a barn-style door painted white to match the wall, a pair of industrial pendant lamps and exposed ceiling beams with irregular and organic shapes. The result is a one-of-a-kind look.
Skirted cabinetry, particularly under the sink, is a traditional country- or detail, and it can be found in French country kitchens as well. It makes sense that a décor style that takes its cues from countrified natural scapes would incorporate natural materials into its design. Stone, brick, and wood surfaces are plentiful in the French country kitchen. Evocative of the times when large families and guests would gather around, French country kitchens will (whenever space permits) incorporate a . This not only aids in food preparation activities, but it also provides space for bringing lots of people together, guests and hosts alike.
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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