Posted by Alessa at Monday, October 02nd 2017, 23:03:28 PM
The homeowners employed designers to remove walls, insert electrics and fit the new bespoke cabinets. The project conveyed five months to complement, converting the kitchen from a confined, impossible space to an open‐plan, family‐friendly room which looks more costly than it really was.
The functional central island is the main focal point in the space. Hand‐colored lavender woodwork gives the space depth and makes an inviting soft contrast against its white marble worktop. Three aluminium pendant lights hang above, appending an industrial and contemporary twist.
As fans of hard wood, the homeowners employed a kitchen concept corporation to design a configuration, and had unpainted, handmade cabinets located. They then authorized a local decorator to color the elements in situ, which kept the prices low. Lovable, vibrant accessories – like the heart‐printed tea pot – add a touch of fun to the neutral scheme.
Modern units like the undermount sink and a sleek, square mixer‐tap built into the island makes a contemporary appearance. This creates a huge choice for those with a sociable kitchen space. A white and grey marble worktop is sophisticated and clean and would function well in a modern or traditional design.
Limestone floor tiles and white painted walls stay the kitchen looking minimum, enabling the lavender island to bring center stage. Intergrated appliances are functional and sleek. Combining cup handles and knob handles appends soft interest to the drawers and cabinets. Glass storage jars for pasta, flour and so on are attractive also functional and are cheap to get, too.
Handmade drawers and units made with good‐standard wood are professional and long‐lasting, so well worth the backing. Vintage trend metal pull handles stay in‐keeping with the shaker period. Cup handles like these would also work in a more industrial scheme – on an apothecary‐style crate, for illustration.
Floor‐to‐ceiling cabinets make good usage of room and continue the streamlined circulation of the space. A pull‐out larder is perfect for keeping groceries arranged and in easy reach. If you require an extra boost to reach the top ledges, a white‐painted step ladder folded aside in a corner would come in useful and would also take up on the alleviated industrial theme started by the bar stools and pendant lights.
Three white metal stools convert the island into a breakfast bar – a simple look that makes a laid‐back, relaxed feel. The pendant lights and worker‐style stools are a nod to the industrial trend, but are alleviated gratitude to their white finish. The blend of the country‐trend wood panelling on the island unit and the more urban lines of the stools sums up just what this is about this kitchen that creates it so effortlessly chic.
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