High contrastblack and white kitchens are sharp and edgy – though this one has a nature theme with its flock of gulls mobile. Their fluid shape melds beautifully with the randomly streaked marble feature wall.
STUDIO.O. organic design
The copper desk lamps add a sophisticated metallic touch without being too showy unlike crystals and shiny chandelier.
Alexey Seldin & Alexei Golub
Grey and wood tone look smooth through and through. The wood tone across this kitchen island has the added appeal of a fashionable herringbone design to accentuate the texture and finish of the material.
Not everyone is comfortable perching on high bar stools and it certainly doesn’t
evoke a formal feel. If there is only room up alongside the kitchen island for dining then consider dropping the dining bench to a more civilized height.
The poor lighting conditions of a kitchen can be resolved by considering metallic fronted luxury kitchen cabinets to help bounce the light around like in this galley kitchen, to help a compact space feel larger.
Every single section is carved out as a sloping volume that follows a different gradient to the next – including a bespoke skylight design to complement the aesthetic of the cabinets.
A cubist kitchen. It’s more like a deconstructed concept or an abstract idea of a kitchen.