Kitchen. Sunday , April 30th , 2017 - 12:13:28 PM
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 geometric wallpaper in this architecturally advanced kitchen plays a major role in providing the place with super cool visual and adding a nice focal point in the white and contemporary kitchen appearance. You can surely notice the love affair of the perky polka dotted wallpaper in a pastel green color with the charming white dining set and the amazingly vintage and adorable setting that this combination is creating to the place. We love the light and charming ambiance in this Scandinavian kitchen and the magnetic attraction of the pastel blue geometric wallpaper with the white color scheme.
Kitchen design is an exceptionally vast field of its own. It has various interfaces and genres – including but not limited to lighting, cabinets, counter and hood design – and that is not taking in account the functional and pragmatic aspects of the layout. No matter how important the functionality, it can never be complete without the aesthetic; and lighting is the ‘Big Daddy’ of all aesthetics. Keeping that in mind, today we will be taking a look at some beautiful pendent light ideas for your kitchens. Pendent lights in classical designs can either be too frou frou, or in the image of a more modern neo-classical formation. The one you see in the image below lies somewhere in between. While the chain and veneer along with the arabesque lighting gives off a more Grecian vibe, the glass and metal structure reinforce the modern aspect. All in all, this pendent light would be right at home in a neo-classical style kitchen interior.
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