Kitchen. Sunday , April 30th , 2017 - 13:52:05 PM
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.
Such a warm and welcoming atmosphere in this attic kitchen, highlighted by the rich brown wooden beams ceiling. Due to lack of natural light inside the spot, a play of various different lights is making the spot even more pleasant, cozy and appealing. Although small, this attic kitchen looks pretty pleasant and nice. The monochrome color palette is warmed up with the light wooden floor, and perked up with lively back splash above the stove. We simply love the rustic Scandinavian style and this kitchen makes us fall in love with it even more. Such a tiny, but stylish attic spot, with massive exposed wooden beams paired with soft white kitchen cabinets, and a gorgeous chandelier that adds a wow effect and creates an absolute gorgeous eclectic ambiance.
The overall appearance of this sleek and at the same time warm interior has attained the serene and dashingly calm ambiance due to the natural wood panel coat painted white. The horizontal wood panels with a bold structure with an ultra symmetrical order create a sharp and vibrant appearance of the kitchen backslash. Use horizontal white wood panels if you want to capture a Scandinavian accent in the kitchen. The wood paneled ceiling and trim in a coat painted Benjamin Moore’s “Mountain Peak White” create the utterly charming and cottage inspired ambiance in the small but bright kitchen. The architectural structure of the roof ceiling combined with the warmth of the natural wood and cool white shade, create the trim overall appeal of the kitchen.
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