It is a decorative formula on the rise, especially in open kitchens. Even if yours is small, you will find a way to incorporate an area to eat. They are the best of the most, open or integrated kitchens colonize contemporary homes. They have become the true heart of the house.
PLAY WITH GEOMETRY
The upper ones have a grid format and include two finishes. The lower ones are more traditional, with drawers and drawers. This difference brings a lot of movement and is very original. The retro style of the tiles is imposed on the walls of this kitchen, covered with mosaic-like tiles that are fully up-to-date. Super trendy.
These two classic colors that always get along dominate. Black “sneaks in” in details, such as handles, furniture (chairs), and accessories.
A super successful color counterpoint. The kitchen is furnished with white cabinets and Shaker chairs in the same color, so the wooden table stands out a lot. The dining area has been delimited with a very “battle” carpet, which frames it within the space shared with the kitchen.
Accessories in light blue.
Crockery and lamp have been chosen in a very cheerful blue, to give dynamism to the whole. As for cushions and tablecloths, their natural tones coordinate wonderfully with the rest of the color range. The table occupies the central space in this space distributed in “L”. Here you not only eat, but you also do daily life.
What a great idea to combine two finishes! The base cabinets, in satin green, and the upper cabinets in a wood grain tone … The difference in flooring in both areas is very practical since the kitchen one can be scrubbed frequently, while the dining room is more delicate, but warmer.
Feeling of more space.
The common area seems very wide, thanks to the arrangement of the dining room next to the kitchen, the light, and details that unify the space, such as the decorative cornice that runs along with the ceiling. This beautiful kitchen opens completely to the living room but maintains its own identity.
Black is a trend in the kitchen. Not only is it elegant, being a neutral tone it combines wonderfully with almost all other colors: white, wood, steel … The floor brings the warmth of a real wood floor, but it is actually a ceramic tile floor, a lot cleaner and more resistant.
Elements that create atmosphere.
The industrial style gives the environment a very attractive contemporary air. The materials, such as metal (table legs, stools …), the Finestra type lamps, the steel hood … Design furniture, such as the DSW chairs, or the table with a thick top, give a very contemporary.
CREAM, RED, AND LILAC: A VERY WELL-COMING THREESOME
In a simple kitchen, many points are won if you use a tool as good as color. This is what has been done in this one, decorated with paintings by Gancedo. The lilac tone of the wall warms up a sober space, adds spark and optimism. It has not been painted up to the ceiling, which is high but has been combined with a cream to “lower” it visually. The table and chairs coordinate with the same tone, except for the red one, which puts a fun brush on it. A magnificent resource to break the monotony and give grace. Cool!
A corner of the kitchen can be converted into a small dining room. A round table-type nightstand is enough. To sit, some drawers covered with a mat will act as a bench and serve to store things. Complete with a pair of shaker chairs painted in a bold yellow …
WOOD AND IRON
The dining room of this kitchen follows the guidelines of the rest of the furniture and has been equipped with a wooden table and iron chairs, terrace type. The cowhide cushions and the original lamp are sophisticated nods to an ultra-natural environment.
PAINT TO SEPARATE ZONES
The differentiating element of the two areas of the kitchen is color. The cooking front has been painted in Bruguer graphite gray, matching the upper and lower cabinets. The island to prepare food and eat has the same tone as the wall. The result of this mix is a dynamic and elegant space.
Sometimes, a glued board on a wall or cupboard is enough to set up a mini-dining room in any corner. As attractive as it is practical with the right details: the yellow lacquered front, by Cass MaBelle Maison, and the beautiful Guell-1 stoneware floor, by Vives.
If you want a dining room with the stylistic keys of this philosophy that advocates the house as a cozy refuge, this La Redoute proposal is an excellent choice. Surround yourself with wood, furniture with organic shapes and basic colors, add lighting that invites conversation and a soft rug to walk on barefoot. And do not miss the green plants!
BLACK & WHITE
A timeless bet that always works: the combination of black and white with touches of wood. This is how this kitchen has been decorated, with a dining room in only two colors. To highlight the cooking area, an original vertical hydraulic tile front focuses attention, prevents splashing, and “lifts” the whole. Great choice from Schmidt Kitchens.
INDUSTRIAL AND COUNTRY FURNITURE .. GOOD MIX!
A large steel table with a marble top becomes the heart of this very functional space. It is a work surface, a breakfast center, a warehouse (thanks to the lower shelf on which you can place cans of food, crockery, etc.). Its wheels are a plus to be able to move it comfortably. In the same finish, the extractor hood and the kitchen. The country aesthetic, of white cabinets and molded doors, is updated with steel. The floor is a laminate that imitates wood and is easy to maintain.
The color of the wall, in a vibrant yellow, is the real star in this kitchen in which a painting by Gancedo has been used. The space is energetic and optimistic. The table, made of raw wood, the rustic-style chairs, and the wooden floor complete a warm atmosphere.
MEALS … EXPRESS!
Modern and doubly practical, this bar separates the open kitchen from the living room and serves breakfast and dinner daily. It has been paneled with aged light gray boards, which is luxurious with the industrial-inspired black stools and striped rug. It’s a Leroy Merlin idea, great for lofts.
THE HEART OF THE KITCHEN
The dining room is the nerve center of this elegant kitchen by Schmidt Kitchens. An island surrounded by cabinets and with the extractor at ceiling height. To delimit this area, a warmer floor has been chosen that offers a powerful contrast with the rest, in a dark tone and a glossy finish. Pure sophistication!