Like the Scandinavians do best: Simple, classy and sleek. The trend has been around for some time, but this basic, stream lined look is here to stay in 2014. To avoid a cold uninviting kitchen experience, add some natural wood accessories, which will do wonders to the aura
Weather is a limiting factor to some degree, but it won’t stop this trend from growing in those harsher climates, such and the United Kingdom and other areas in Europe with questionable weather.
Unlike the photo below which only highlights a minimalistic use of brass on handles fixings and trim, bold brass and copper kitchen hoods and appliances (where possible) will be big in 2014. They’re littered throughout the trade fairs and expect to see them in shows such as KBB (Kitchens,
The decade’s glamor was borrowed to showcase respect and love for quality and history. These rounded kitchen accessories can visually improve the domestic space, alongside large home appliances like refrigerators and freezers, fires, dishwashers and washing machines with the same retro design lines.
The issue was addressed and quickly resolved — the project was completed on time. The kitchen now includes beautiful white cabinetry, marble counters and backsplash, top-of-the-line appliances including dual dishwashers and wall ovens, rich wood flooring, and green accents.
Similar to a previous point using warmer metal fixings, I’m going to be more specific here in saying we’ll not only see warmer fixings become more popular, but copper in particular. Copper accessories, utensils and bold outlandish copper kitchen hoods will be in.
Iron support beams mark the entry into the kitchen, which is decked out with top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances. A breakfast bar leads the eye into the dining area, which, though narrow, impressively accommodates seating for ten.
We’re leaning towards rustic metal fixings, copper and brass, however don’t feel constrained to the traditional. Directional sconce lighting will also be a winner in 2014. It’s not complicated; match the style of lighting fixture to the style of kitchen.
Designer Samuel Codegoni envisioned Paero, an unconventional hood for elegant kitchens. Minimalism and Japanese elegance inspire furoshiki, the refined technique of wrapping objects in silk cloths and fabrics to conceal, protect and at the same time enhance the contents of the package.
Generously-sized windows allow natural lighting inside, which contributes to an overall warm ambiance. The color palette in white and gray is tastefully disrupted here and there by powerful hues; take the green armchair for example, which adds an interesting traditional vibe, perfectly complemented by the entrance cabinet in matters of
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