Traditional components: Rich earth tones, loads of natural materials, and a lot of visual things going on in this kitchen make it feel like it’s been around for years. Traditional gold-framed artwork and a variety of color on almost all surfaces definitely send out a hearty sit-down-and-have-a-homecooked-meal vibe.
Given that the kitchen is also considered a social space, an ideal design would be one that can adapt to accommodate different groups of people and that can also satisfy the needs of a serious chef. Obviously, this would require a lot of space but that’s not the case with “The Cut”, a design by . The customizable, reconfigurable kitchen consists of a central island, ceiling-mounted cabinets and a wall unit, all very chic and simple as well as extremely functional.
Traditional components: Faux vines adorning the top of the upper cabinetry, as well as a traditionally silhouetted double-pendant chandelier over the island bring in a bit of the old-time feel. Contemporary components: Integration of a workspace into the kitchen itself, complete with desk and upholstered slipper chair, as well as the overall complexity of the materials used throughout this kitchen are reminiscent of modern living.
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