3 edition of Contemporary Kitchens found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||June 28, 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 85 p. :|
|Number of Pages||47|
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Lines, Contemporary Kitchens, and More Lines This two-toned kitchen is all about edges and angled corners — from the floor to the ceiling, you see either horizontal or vertical lines and angled corners, which are all distinct features of a modern kitchen space. Narrow plank timber floors are work really well in adding texture to rooms with simple decor such as this.
If you can customize your kitchen island, maximize its space by building custom shelves to showcase your white chinaware and thrown in some depth by making adding an extension that doubles as your dining table.
The real feature of the room, though, is the exquisite set of chromed glass orb lights above which add warmth without being overbearing. In this kitchen, simple slab-style cabinetry with sleek hardware sets the stage, while the consistency unifies the mix of wood, lime green, and black finishes. Here are some to get you started. Cabinets and a peninsula table crafted from warm woods balance the crisp stone countertops and island. Modern Kitchen Cabinet Trends A lot of modern kitchen design ideas start Contemporary Kitchens the cabinets.
Whimsical accents and one-of-a-kind features transform this modern kitchen from a blank slate to a personality-filled hub for cooking and gathering. Luxurious Black and White This modern black and white kitchen showcases an interplay between color and texture. Glass -- and lots of it -- is popular in clean-lined, contemporary homes, such as high-rise condominiums.
That is why we Contemporary Kitchens endorse a white or mostly. Happily, we're here to poke holes in that perception with 20 designer modern kitchens that prove more minimalist design can be warm and inviting, especially depending on surface, material, and finish selections for kitchen countertops, backsplashes, and flooring.
The stone countertops and backsplash offer a nice contrasting texture to the smoothness Contemporary Kitchens the lacquer millwork cabinets.
Clean lines and no-fuss accents are key components to this minimalist approach, while color and texture add visual interest.
The vertical line design of the wooden backsplash and feature kitchen island balances the horizontal lines created by the exposed wooden beams.
Another ingenious feature in this kitchen is the use of transparent glass against the teal wall for an instant glossy backsplash. Contemporary kitchens are trending as homeowners look for sleek, clutter-free and easy-to-clean spaces featuring contemporary kitchen cabinets, distinctive lighting, seamless surfaces and hidden appliances.
Ample storage space above the seating peninsula provides an out-of-the-way solution for glassware without sacrificing cabinet space. Black industrial-style hanging lamps bring together the look while black matte leather bar stools carry the modern feel to the seating options. Contemporary Kitchens white and fuchsia are clearly the ruling colors of this space.
Sleek and clean-lined doesn't have to mean stark and boring, though.
In this kitchen, the flush doors of crisp white cabinets virtually disappear into the wall, incorporating plenty of storage and even the refrigerator into an uninterrupted span.