It doesn’t have to be white and traditional… The kitchen is a part of the house where, without noticing, we pass most of our time. It’s a multifunctional space where we should feel comfortable with its decoration and colors.
Today we give you some color and decoration ideas to your kitchen.
The glint of silver in the Torino Damask wallpaper by interior designer Sheila Bridge works well with stainless steel.
The designer Gideon Mendelson created a green gingham ceiling and designed an island and painted it a custom bright green. “It gives a classic white kitchen personality, and it brings extremely high ceilings down to a more comfortable place.” he says.
“Tomato-soup red” walls pack a lot of personality into Liza Pulitzer Calhoun’s Palm Beach kitchen. The brown floor and the raised roof with lighter shade of gray cabinets that goes all the way to the ceiling transforms this kitchen into the perfect beach kitchen.
This New York apartment kitchen is a typical one… really small. How to give life to it? Miles Redd designed those cabinets, lacquered in Bamboo Leaf by Fine Paints of Europe. Is simple as paint the color and lacquer it to give some life.
Wire-brushed oak cabinets, cement plaster walls and marble counters – “there’s a sense of comfort that comes from the rustic materials” says Patrick Sutton, who designed this kitchen. With half industrial and half farmhouse look, in this kitchen everything is detailed in a modern way.
This color gives a vibrant feel to your New York town house. Designers Carey Maloney and Hermes Mallea created a simple and amazing kitchen where everything recedes into the background.