Cian Burns. Kitchen. December 07th , 2020.
There are Lots of style options to explore and choose from when designing a home. But some are more suitable than others in the case of certain areas of the house. For example, in the case of the kitchen, a modern or contemporary design would be the best. It’s always best to keep up with the technological improvements and changes and in order to do that without obtaining a décor where styles clash is to keep up with the styles as well.
You know the drill: whiter=brighter. Keep everything white, then add in pops of color from your serving ware, or even a SMEG fridge. Think rustic and modern can not be mixed? This raw wood island is proof they totally can.
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The gold foil decals adorning these cabinets are an unexpected choice, yes, but a worthwhile one. They add a fun glamorous touch, but require no commitment—if you get bored simply peel them off and start fresh. This one is particularly useful if you find yourself in a studio where every room kind of just spills into the next. Should you have a window in your teeny kitchen, consider adding draperies, which will invite the same coziness your living room offers, encasing you in purposeful design.
This pint-size kitchen really takes advantage of its wall space by adding in a metal rack above the sink for tools and utensils. This kitchen is not for the faint of heart, but aside from its apparent boldness it also makes smart use of the empty space above the stove, by using it to house liquor and cookbooks, which probably don’t get daily use.
Ultra glossy kitchens tend to look a bit Euro-mod, but there’s no denying the reflective (read: light-bouncing) properties it offers. This inviting space brings shine thanks to a glossy subway tile backsplash. When you’re a renter, it’s not always feasible to add on-the-wall shelving, even if they are incredibly useful for expanding your surface area. One of our Design Editor’s go-to solutions to this? A cheap baker’s rack, like this one from Target.
This kitchen is a lesson in how gray can be cool and calming, rather than dull. The minimalist cooking space blends statement lighting with a geometric backsplash to keep it feeling fresh, modern, and fun.
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