Mitzi J. Harris. Kitchen. July 31st , 2017.
When you want to attain a sheer serenity in the kitchen, when you want to to merge cold with warm in the same interior, when you want to create a monochrome kitchen that will yet burst style and vibrant, sharp energy, then you know that you want to create a Scandinavian Inspired Kitchen. The Scandinavian way of decorating the interiors is an endless source of inspiration, since this style is utterly profound and inspiring, featuring so little and providing so much, decorated with natural and minimalist setting and yet reflecting extremely cool and modern ambiance. The Scandinavian Kitchen most often reflects extremely fresh and vibrant ambiance due to the usage of natural elements, clean lines and neutral color scheme, decorated with sharp, distinctive decorative palette including cool artworks and raw decorative items such as chalkboard or something similar. If you are inspired by this way of decorating the kitchen and you want to try decorating your kitchen on Scandinavian way, we have a retreat of inspiration.
Kitchen design is an exceptionally vast field of its own. It has various interfaces and genres – including but not limited to lighting, cabinets, counter and hood design – and that is not taking in account the functional and pragmatic aspects of the layout. No matter how important the functionality, it can never be complete without the aesthetic; and lighting is the ‘Big Daddy’ of all aesthetics. Keeping that in mind, today we will be taking a look at some beautiful pendent light ideas for your kitchens. Pendent lights in classical designs can either be too frou frou, or in the image of a more modern neo-classical formation. The one you see in the image below lies somewhere in between. While the chain and veneer along with the arabesque lighting gives off a more Grecian vibe, the glass and metal structure reinforce the modern aspect. All in all, this pendent light would be right at home in a neo-classical style kitchen interior.
How cute is this Mid-Century kitchen? The marine blue kitchen cabinets pop against the white wood paneled backslash and creates a really fresh and vibrant appearance in the place. The white drape with colorful pattern brings lively vibe in the place along with the retro patterned area rug. This kitchen is truly beautiful and warm. The Mid-Century style is ingeniously applied with an impurity of rustic and industrial influence. The clean lined mango cabinets strike with warmth against the exposed brick wall which adds cool and industrial feel in this charming Mid Century Kitchen.
The designer of this kitchen has managed to create a truly interesting and noisy eclectic appearance by mismatching the mosaic backslash tiles with the black and white geometric wallpaper. The plain white cabinets and the marble white kitchen island soothe the noise and create the clean and balanced feel of the place. We love the combination of dark wood cabinets along with dark wood floor and the high contrast made with the colorful geometric wallpaper in the middle of the center wall, it provided a really bold and lively ambiance in the warm and overly cheery kitchen. The colorful geometric wallpaper surely works as a focal point in the kitchen and brights up the entire interior.
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