The first kitchen uses cool beige tones and recessed lighting to create a sense of calm. This kitchen really brightens things up with open cabinets of sunny yellow for a distinctly modern vibe. The reddish orange accents in this kitchen, and the creative sunken dining table, give the kitchen a really retro feel. Another neutral option lets the practical elements of the kitchen itself all but disappear, highlighting beautiful views and open windows.
Strong red accents steal the spotlight in this modern setup, contrasted beautifully by the rich blue window chair. The colors are unexpected against the swathe of beige and white units in this space–and the best part is that these color pops can be changed out, without the expense of ripping out cabinetry and shelving, if you should become tired of your color choices.
Quirky vintage appliances and artwork lend themselves to a purely contemporary style thanks to a vivid palette built from bright shades of lemon yellow and tangerine – a pairing reminiscent of technicolor daffodils. Although the first image shows wooden chair options, these yellow kitchen bar stools use slight variations as a great way soften the effect of a pure yellow theme without reducing the desired level of intensity.
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.