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 tile backsplash in this kitchen mimics a brick wall. The vent is stainless as well as the countertop, making the workspace easy to clean. The unstained floors lends well with the understated Scandinavian look. This kitchen is the centerpiece of this Rome apartment. On the opposite side of the cabinets is the television fo the living area. Antique oak parquet floors add warmth and the window brings in light. The small table gives a place for eating and work.
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.
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:
If you're on a budget, the recycled headboard is often the coolest and least expensive headboard style. Some headboard ideas made from recycled objects include: A wall of books (above),Salvaged wood slats,Leftover wood flooring pieces,Bamboo poles,Old doors
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.
The first kitchen uses cool beige tones and recessed lighting to create a sense of calm. This kitchen really brightens things up with open cabinets of sunny yellow for a distinctly modern vibe. The reddish orange accents in this kitchen, and the creative sunken dining table, give the kitchen a really retro feel. Another neutral option lets the practical elements of the kitchen itself all but disappear, highlighting beautiful views and open windows.
Back in the days, wealthy people would add their luxuriously carved canopy beds to the will, leaving their beloved dreamland to be enjoyed and admired by future generations. Now, we get to enjoy past examples and contribute our own designs to the history of this fascinating bed.
The climbing vines in the slat-covered atrium bring nature into the kitchen, immediately drawing any fresh green ingredients into the overall design theme. The climbing vines in the slat-covered atrium bring nature into the kitchen, immediately drawing any fresh green ingredients into the overall design theme. Dandelion is a wonderful color for a space as clean, simple, and minimalistic as this one. It draws up the warm tones from the kitchen’s wooden features.
Strong red accents steal the spotlight in this modern setup, contrasted beautifully by the rich blue window chair. The colors are unexpected against the swathe of beige and white units in this space–and the best part is that these color pops can be changed out, without the expense of ripping out cabinetry and shelving, if you should become tired of your color choices.