Kitchen. Monday , May 01st , 2017 - 00:17:08 AM
Blue and red act surprisingly cool in the kitchen, regarding to their completely different nature and structure. The blue add dashing freshness and perk up the interior completely and the red strikes as the serious and sensual partner by adding modern charm and creates stylish appearance in the kitchen interior. Well look at these two perky partners! Green and blue as a two primary cold colors complement each other superbly. The blue part of the kitchen creates the fresh and vibrant aspect, while the green soothe the kitchen interior and brings a tranquil and relaxing vibe in the kitchen interior.
This is a perfect example of how can you use materials with completely opposite structure and nature in order to attain balance. The aluminium foundation of the cabinets sets dynamic, contemporary and high vibes in the place, and the glass soothes the excessive dominance of the aluminium and provide the place with opulent and balanced appearance. The matted glass kitchen cabinets totally adapt in the concept of this kitchen, the matted glass add great visual effect and complement with the chic and stylish setting that rules in this kitchen. Moreover, the glass ease the excesive dominance of heavy energy and adds harmony and fresh perk in the place.
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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