Juan D. Childs. Kitchen. July 15th , 2017.
When we are working in the kitchen, we always want to have our tools within reach. We don’t want to spend our cooking time just looking for our ingredients or tools. So before you even get started, be sure you have one of the most important things that you use in the kitchen aside from the knife. This is actually the knife’s partner and without it, it would mean destruction of your countertop. Yes, you guessed it right! The cutting board or others call it the chopping board. You can be as personal as you want with your kitchen tools, that way, you can be more inspired while cooking. Here are some cutting boards in cool designs.
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.
Rustic is all about the country aesthetic – all neat wooden trimmings, showdown beams and an all-natural look that reinforces the cabin-in-the-woods vibe. A rustic style kitchen interior would demand a pendent light that can suit that particular aesthetic. The hanging gold chandelier-style fixture below would be perfect for this sort of an ambient lighting integration. If your kitchen interior is somewhat overly classical, and you need to curb off some of that timeless opulence then it is time to go for something light. Pendent lights are most notably available in rather simple designs, and the ones featured below show just how seamlessly these can integrate into a more traditional setting without seeming out of context.
The designer of this kitchen has made a really smart decision by choosing a mated glass cabinets in combination with raw oak beams and patterned backslash wallpaper. The variety of texture and material that dominate in the kitchen are eased down with the glass cabinets that add a smooth and fresh vibe to this place. The combination of white cabinets and white wall with the glass has created an extremely serene and sleek ambiance in this kitchen. The glass cabinets expand the energy and the open display of the kitchen dishes and supplies make a richer and opulent appearance in this place.
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