When choosing a kitchen design for an open-plan space, it’s a toss up between wanting the kitchen to blend in discreetly, or opting to turn it into the room’s main focal point – which is exactly what has been achieved in this space. With its graphic combination of coloured wall cabinetry, this kitchen is an attention-grabber.
The upbeat, vivid shades in a glossy finish add a generous injection of personality, especially as they were actually chosen to reflect the owner’s favourite foods – tomatoes, lemons, curry, saffron and red wine. I love this highly personal approach to choosing colour and it’s got me thinking about what colour my own kitchen would be if I used applied the same concept. I’m a big fan of pick ‘n’ mix to give you a taster of what you could expect!
Using cabinets in different shapes and heights adds extra interest above the run of white gloss units below, and mirrored plinths make those white cabinets seem to float above the stripped wooden floorboards.
Which option would you choose for an open-plan space? Would you prefer a more discreet design or is this statement kitchen right up your street?
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