Mary C. Weiss. Kitchen. June 25th , 2017.
If your kitchen interior is a bit towards the overcrowded side of the traditional style line, then it would be best to go with a simple design for the pendent lights. In the image below, you will see how the translucent body of the lamp fits right in with the traditional side of the interior quite seamlessly. Pendent lights come in all shapes and sizes, but only the style of your interior can determine which kind of lighting fixture you use. The tulip style pendent light used in this kitchen goes well with the semi-traditional and semi-modern vibe of the interior; and so its stylistic expression adds to the character of the kitchen interior. The style of this kitchen pendent light is queer enough to demand a contemporary accompanying interior. The glass shade over the translucent lamp gives off a coltish vibe to the kitchen without seeming to deferential to the overall design.
A Walnut timber veneer with a noisy texture introduce a blend of modern, natural and contemporary ambiance in a utterly slick and minimalist kitchen. A pinch of hot pink wall decor and warm red bar stool add a vivid and ecstatic touch in the modern and natural kitchen interior. The bamboo wood panel with a quite lively texture and noisy surface acts as a dashingly statement wall in what can be assumed as a contemporary and sleek kitchen. The rich color and the natural warmth of the wood adds a utterly cozy and relaxing feel in the modern and minimalist setting of the kitchen interior. The dimly nature of the built in wood panel with opulent and noisy texture has broke through the plain white appearaance of the kitchen and introduce high end visual effect to the low key decorative palette.
Our kitchens should look amazing because we can always make them look amazing. There are different ways that we can design our kitchens without having to spend so much. In some of the articles here at rilane, you can see some kitchen design with the use of wall paper, however, this is not always the case. You may want to use tiles or simply stickers. Using stickers as kitchen design is very easy. It is like putting on stickers on your scrapbook. Plus, you can always choose how big or small or how many you will get and they come in a very cheap price. You can mix them all up to achieve a design that you want. The backfall is the wall might become dirty if you decide to change up the design or remove it. So once you decide on a sticker design, it is best to stick to it.
The white acrylic chairs are most likely symbols of the Mid Century style. The combination of red and white creates the Mid- Century ambiance in the kitchen and provides it with fun retro touch. The white brick stone back splash open ups the place and soothes the excessive dynamic that comes from the red floor. We simply love the play with cool and warm colors that the designer has applied in this charming Mid Century Kitchen. The pastel blue stands out magnificently and the red backless chairs strike through and create nice contrasting effect. The mosaic blue backslash additionally contributes to the lively and ecstatic ambiance that is obviously dominant in this beautiful kitchen.
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