Terry G. Blackwell. Kitchen. July 12th , 2017.
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.
We love the sleekness of the navy blue backslash tiles and the intensity that they create in this utterly white kitchen. The navy blue back splash works as a striking element in the place and draw the attention to the clean lined white cabinets which provide this kitchen interior with amazingly fresh ambiance. How perky and lively is this adorable kitchen, right? The turquoise wall work as a fresh base and open ups the place visually by providing it with vibrant and perky notes. The striped area rug breaks through the plain appearance, provide the kitchen with interesting texture and creates an ecstatic aspect of the place.
The blend of Mid Century kitchen furniture and bright color palette has provided this place with outstanding perky ambiance and ultra modern appearance. This Mid- Century kitchen looks so warm and cozy, right? The prevalence of natural wood materials and creamy light color palette has provided this place with beautiful and warm charm. The symmetric wood beams create a cool accent on the ceiling and additionally contribute to the beautiful ambiance in the place.
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.
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