is a simple, user-friendly design with an peninsula and lots of built-in storage. Its practical but stylish and bold character is complemented by the glossy or satin lacquer finishes. The open units offer flexible storage and the design can come with or without open shelves.
Traditional components: Cabinet design and mouldings and an eat-in kitchen table give a nod to traditional kitchen arrangements. A dark wood floor is also a beautiful contrast to the rest of the white and is steeped in tradition.
Eye-catching light fixtures. The light fixtures are a very important detail for contemporary interiors. Even if they are usually characterized by minimalism and lack of details, they still stand out in other ways. For example, the size or the shape can be an important aspect, as well as the texture and color. They serve as both functional elements and decorations.
Patterned backsplashes. Since most contemporary kitchens usually feature crisp white walls, the backsplash becomes a common way of introducing pattern and color into the décor. You will often see versions that feature glass tiles, mosaics, stone or ceramic. It’s an element that represents a way of expressing the personal preferences and personality of the homeowner.
Contemporary components: white cupboards, a stainless steel stove (and the token red knobs that go with it!) and modern fixtures, coupled with a vast sense of sheer space, brings the kitchen beautifully up-to-date.
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