Contemporary Kitchen Design

Contemporary work is actually something that is present in the present means always acceptable from time to time. In the interior, the emphasis in the room generally focused on a few key color sections, while the other colors blend into the background. Indentations softer contemporary interior design of modern minimalist room and create a warm and inviting feeling. The concept of the design is very different from the classic design or Victoria. Model looks clean contemporary furniture with soft curves. Clad with wood or metal and mixed with glass as one that is perfect. Usually wood furniture design is lighter and almost no accent or detail. Based neutral contemporary color scheme, with a soft beige, brown, gray, white and black serves as the background color. The primary key for the contemporary interior design is the perfect accent color. The spirit and feeling warm is raised when trying to choose an accent color. Use the color varies from the color of the walls, carpet, furniture upholstery and curtains. Choose several ways to create accents stand out and attract attention. Here, let’s take a look at the contemporary kitchen design here!

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The contemporary design of this kitchen accommodates extra activities in which the kitchen is not only a place to cook, but also a “storefront” lifestyle interacts. The concept of interaction is manifested in contemporary kitchen design with kitchen shape games are no longer just playing with the elements of the box. Elements of vertical, horizontal, and diagonal part of the kitchen design. Line elements seen in aluminum frames encircling kitchen cabinet sandblast glass. Elements of this line suggest functional kitchen amplifier that also facilitate routine activities such as cooking and cleaning utensils and cookware. Green and white colors dominate the room. Green is comfortable to the eye, because it strengthens the atmosphere of interactivity in the living room is the kitchen and dining room. Wood flooring accents also appear to make elegant display kitchen. The design is inspiring, right? Besides, you could also have other bright color for the design.

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Since contemporary kitchen design become more famous today, there are some designer that are very interested in this design. One of the designers is Italian designer Simone Micheli. This modern kitchen is a contemporary kitchen distinguishing bright creativity kitchen. The kitchen is 100% made ​​in Italy project renovate the aesthetic features of the contemporary kitchen.

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Modern contemporary kitchen has new drawers and drawers in its lacquer or stainless steel cable. This is a modern kitchen kitchen stylist who will give an unforgettable cooking experience. Interior colors used are black and white, the color combination is perfect. This kitchen uses bright colors to furniture to get a clean look and black atmosphere is meant to cool the interior design. The kitchen is separated by a sliding glass door from the living room. All service areas, in addition to a kitchen designed with modern contemporary accent too.

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What comes to your mind after knowing those information about contemporary kitchen design? This kind of kitchen offers you with many simplicity and elegant look.

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75 thoughts on “Contemporary Kitchen Design

  1. Alexander_Ellis_Carmine

    When I feeling my apartment is looking a around the edges it’s usually because my books gotten out of hand.I’m a life-long bookworm *and* I worked at Borders for 3 years – which all adds up to a couple thousand titles floating around my 600sq ft apartment. I’m usually reading, re-reading, or referencing anywhere from 2 to 10 books at one time, and if they’re not reshelved I up with piles everywhere. When I commence to feel harried it usually always cures it if I rearrange them. I’ve had my books organized alphabetical by author, alphabetical by title, by genre, by genre and author, and (currently) by color.

  2. Phoenix.Marilyn

    $5- Flowers, a plant or a cat toy.$10- soap or cookie cutters. or the Jonathan Adler pillow that was on sale for $7!$20- the refrigerator and restock fruit & veggies & cheese.$50- Add a bowl or two to my collection of turquoise Fire dishes.$100- Hire a cleaning service to wash windows and vacuum.

  3. Zuri Marissa

    Works really well for closets with a lot of wall space, otherwise you want to you an appetite for visual chaos. carefully, and it light so you can things easily.

  4. Alice Adalyn Skyler

    Well, since Domino is not closing, I hope that their executives, having responded to the posting, will give our comments, and negative, mammoth consideration.I was going to say that perhaps the reason for its demise is the lack of depth in the articles. I happened to an of it last night and really felt that the editorial and photographic was superficial. Frankly, as others noted, the magazine is dumbed down and focused on females to such an extent that its repells male readers.EJBrammer asked how Architectural Digest managed to a following, I the reason is because the editorial is well written and the first class interiors showcased there so many levels of detail that they people alive to well after the next has arrived. AD is effectively a reference book that few shelter magazines, can or even strive to become. Indeed, most of my copies of AD are dogeared and bookmarked.

  5. Macy-Jazlyn

    Please provide enough seating for everyone.I been to so many functions where it is impossible to sit down because there were only a few chairs, but who wants to stand while juggling food and drinks? Does anyone really it to 4 hours without a seat?

  6. Viviana_Addyson_Celia

    There was an article, maybe in the NYT Book Review, several years ago about how this book is really a guide to parenting. The writer of the article analyzed each page and showed how the parents exhibit creative, caring, patient parenting–even the presence of checkers in the house was seen as an indicator of quality child-rearing. I certainly it on that level, but my son fair loves it to jar him out of a mood!

  7. Noelle

    unrealistic in this office market ( probably too expensive) and not that special. Does this acquire data ✜ cable access and can it be hardwired..and UL approved, if not forget it.

  8. DevonKeith

    The Gift is a to-the-trade event here in NYC at the Jacob Javits Center (and adjacent piers) where manufacturers and designers hawk their wares in to stores, catalogs and web sites to and carry their merchandise.

  9. Lucia1964

    As a child, we lived in a japanese architurally inspired in Seattle, designed by my uncle. The challenge was to catch window coverings for the long skinny windows that went from floor to ceiling. The solution: install a bamboo venetian blind at the bottom of the window, a cord up to a pulley at the top of the window, and the cord down within reaching distance. (Note: not a conception around cramped children, of entanglement and strangulation). This resulted in a shade that could be pulled up to the height you wanted, allow a and sunlight to flood the room. It was a beautifully simple solution.

  10. LeahErinKai

    $50: fresh mattress pad for oldest child$500: rug for living room and dining room curtains$5000: replace existing shed with one enough for lawnmower and all our bikes, so we would no longer absorb to store the bikes in the office (we already had several bikes stolen …)

  11. Stella-Gia

    arrgh, typed a response and it disappeared….this is some advice, thank you. And I agree with everything you said; all of your commentary I had been abstractly thinking for awhile, but you bear confirmed some stuff for me. I agree that most granite looks dead, though I could never assign my finger on it. and yes its hard, and Im honest tired of granite in general, its everywhere apt now. The stone you looks soft, and smacks of taste. And since I just inherited a house–a time capsule from 1940—the kitchen will be the first thing I update. I was location on quartz, but now I I will be a copycat and spring for some marble with a matte finish. (In addition, I confess it will some relatives pea green. bwaha!!) Also, killing time at work the other day, I was looking at knobs/pulls on restoration hardware, and I was thinking how the brushed nickel (and the oil rubbed bronze too) looked so considerable better than the stainless steel. So yess, now I know I will with one of those softer metals…..those deep floors always do dusty, but * theyre worth it. and hey, floor dusters made strides in the past decade. laff(yeah I those wood floors–tacky).good advice here, advice….. =)

  12. Georgia_Susan

    Yes! I got so thinking this was a house tour, and then realized it was only 5 photos. Someone a photographer over there, quick! admire the colors and built ins and architectural character.

  13. Sam.Jabari

    Spectacularly strange…but awesome! I hope you a romantic belief of city lights and music wafts up from the street in summer, because that would it perfect 🙂

  14. Callie-Jazmine-Cecelia

    I a gas fireplace, but “gazing” to be my winter past time, with a glass of wine. Why would anyone NOT their fireplace unless they live in year-round tropical weather?

  15. Heavenly.Casey

    @saacnmama Some Spanish Colonial homes or other styles bear texturing. There was also a product called “jazz plaster” that could be swirled or tinted with color. But you are apt that most art deco era places had plaster. And the popcorn was 70s.

  16. Tristin.Carlo

    Never mixing and navy blue has always seemed absolutely to me. While in some cases it may not quite right, but generally, I believe it can be done quite nicely. I a living room ceiling and my drapes are navy blue canvas. They great!Mixing patterns is definitely a rule that should be ignored, however I am in agreement with most of the commenters that the example room is not a absorbing space, unless of course, you are Karim Rashid.As for all rooms? Absolutely! It always seems when people live in anxiety of rooms, but I rooms can be if they the lighting. Working in a room with black/dark furniture is all about maximizing the of negative location and lighting the elements you want people to see. It is a to distract from imperfections or elements (like that random bulk head in the middle of the wall). Admittedly, it helps to bear a room with some degree of architecture and ceiling height. If my ceilings were only 8 feet, my entire apartment would depress the * out of me.

  17. Emiliano-Dallas

    A friend of mine was picked up from school one day at lunchtime by his distraught mother .. — seems they were from NY to FL (right now!) and his dad had already gone on ahead with a truck of packed stuff. After a few weeks at a cheap motel, his mom managed to rent a ramshackle cottage , where they lived for seven years. My friend knew not to ask his parents why they had tp skip town on the spur of the moment that. (His dad was always getting into scrapes) But he loved his shabby ,new neighborhood & friends — as luck would absorb it, instead of being the poorest boy at school, as he had been, he was on equal footing with everyone. He was happy.

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