Shades across the brown spectrum may not be the first thing that pops into your head when you imagine a trendy kitchen space, but this design has sandwiched a few together to great effect. The T shaped kitchen island is a really nice touch too if you have that kind of floor space. Sweet pink and blue color pops are the focal point in this culinary scene, placed upon a pretty rug that you might normally see in plusher parts of the home.
For more counter space, this kitchen utilizes a huge natural wood island with its own sink. The bright yellow where gives the kitchen a very youthful glow. With a small breakfast area and plenty of cabinetry, this urban kitchen would be perfect for a couple. A more modern option for kitchen islands, this one uses a bright white countertop and funky chairs.
Minimalism always works great in a kitchen, provided it has enough storage potential, which this one definitely does. Using a lowered ceiling in a room without windows can sometimes make a space too dark but the use of light materials with a slight sheen helps to maximize the lighting from other sources.
Eclectic also oh–so–modern, the Scandinavian motif stretches to most living, dining with bedroom zones – however the kitchen is where it actually comes out to gleam. A step inner the kitchens of these fifty houses displays the Scandinavian tin can be much further than only wooden floors also lined tiling plus white walls. Here, shine mustard cabinetry with chequered floors gather dreamy pastels also block monochromes. Stencil frames plus fiber components wind boxes about benches, as well as cubby holes about ornaments. Plant life hover also hides simultaneously, a breath of new air in light plus airy rooms.