Here's another kitchen that uses wood, this time as a point of warmth among an otherwise cool-toned white and black theme. The inset lighting above the range matches well. White geometric patterns catch the eye immediately! The shadows between each panel compliment the black breakfast bar, grey chairs, and black backsplash.
This swivel stool is great for a space with geometric accents but it can also serve as a fantastic focal point when surrounded by clean lines as pictured. Vintage-finished brass legs and waxed wood seats work equally well within rustic environments or simple contemporary settings. Natural wood finish, sleek curved legs, and minimalist construction make these stools a nice statement piece for any interior, especially if you're working around similar natural wood tones you might want to emphasize.
A glowing white kitchen can feel a bit too sterile so U6 Studio has brought in some light colored wood to warm things up in this open kitchen design. Creative overhead lighting in this kitchen from Delta Tracing gives the room a very mod feel. Not all bachelor's have space for a fully equipped gourmet kitchen, so this sleek design makes efficient and beautiful use of every square inch.
Stencils create personality in chair legs also dissimilarly–shaped drip lighting. Broad panes of white plus timber form shapes, while conventional Scandinavian components peek beyond white brick. Carry black to Scandinavia with French cabinetry in a darker color. A chrome fridge with oven create quintessential white as well as wood modern. Create thinly–lined tiles the characteristic in municipal jungle atmosphere. This kitchen combines it up with a hanging plants also cabinetry with black SMEG plus mismatching schoolboy chairs.