Giving the breakfast bar area a separate wood finish creates a relaxing separation from the kitchen’s countertop and a comfortable place for guests to relax while dinner is being prepared. A butcher block countertop is a dream come true for any chef, making quick work of chopping and aging beautifully over time. Black and white is always chic as evidenced in this kitchen/breakfast bar space that’s perfect for one (or hopefully two.
Scandinavian style is very popular for décor today but sometimes it looks a bit cold and uncomfortable. This living room is none of that kind, it looks cool, warm and even a bit cheerful. Let's have a closer look at it to catch some details and get inspired.
All the walls are sunny yellow, the shelving unit is bold blue, and there are some cream-colored cupboards. The china collection on the shelves becomes a part of decor, and there's a rustic vintage dining table of wood. The kitchen countertop is clad with white marble, and the lamps are vintage brass ones. There's a vintage black hearth and a white tile backsplash around it with some shelves. The space is made cozier with a wooden dresser, curtains and a vintage upholstered chair with carved legs.
The kitchen is the heart of most modern homes. It's the engine room of every party, cook-off and lazy Sunday. It's not just where the food and wine is — the kitchen is the central hub that runs a family. It's usually the single most important room in a house and it says a lot about who you are.
To add texture to the kitchen and make it even more interesting, the designer opted for an ancient scrubbed kitchen table, a marble kitchen countertop and tiles. There are some wooden stools, a dresser, an upholstered armchair and curtains that make the kitchen much cozier.
That's why it's got to match your style, not just in the way it looks, but in how it feels when you use it. Well now you can now find your perfect fit. Using kitchen style expertise from bespoke furniture makers Martin Moore, discover the style that suits you from the options below:
Quirky vintage appliances and artwork lend themselves to a purely contemporary style thanks to a vivid palette built from bright shades of lemon yellow and tangerine – a pairing reminiscent of technicolor daffodils. Although the first image shows wooden chair options, these yellow kitchen bar stools use slight variations as a great way soften the effect of a pure yellow theme without reducing the desired level of intensity.
This expansive kitchen leaves plenty of room for a large and comfortable breakfast nook. The deeply colored glossy wood is enveloping while large windows open up into nature for a unique, charming experience. Of course, you don’t need an enormous kitchen to reap the benefits of a breakfast nook. Here, a little splash of sunny yellow and a couple of stools make for the perfect place to start the morning.A highly modern take on the breakfast nook, the pattern on the bench cushions is eye catching while plenty of natural light sets the scene for a beautiful morning.
While the idea of attic living sounds fabulous, ensure that you are ready for the transition from the main floor. While many people enjoy their master bedroom at the top of the house for the serenity, many don't enjoy the climb up the stairs. If you have small children, you may not want to be far removed on another floor. While if you have teenagers and a large family, the attic may be exactly what you need! Assess your family lifestyle and the layout of your attic in relation to other parts of the home to decide if a master bedroom attic will fit.
The walls are done in sunny yellow, and the shelving units were taken in bold blue and shabby chic style. though the colors aren’t very light, the space is filled with natural light coming from a glazed wall with a door. There are some white touches to make the kitchen calmer, you can see a white tile backsplash around the cooker, some lamps and cupboards. The shelving unit shows a collection of china, which becomes a part of décor.