We absolutely adore kitchens that bring forth a unique blend of styles while becoming a natural extension of your modern living space. The amazing array of modern kitchen designs presents us with a world of possibilities when it comes to picking the right kitchen. But as always, we find ourselves drooling over the elegance and the timeless appeal of the very best from Italy! The latest member to this amazing lineup is Village from Arrital. Crafted for those who still love the inviting warmth of a traditional kitchen design, this fabulous series is all about bringing a touch of old world charm with contemporary ergonomics.
There is still plenty of room for the traditional kitchen in the modern home. In fact, most designers say that it is the most preferred look in homes across the US. The traditional kitchen comes with plenty of perks and wide variety of options that allows you to individualize the space with ease. Apart from the wide array of colors and finishes, it is the cabinetry and the intricate architectural elements that really steal the show here. Lovely arches, beautiful windows, expansive inlays and ornate lighting are an integral part of the traditional kitchen.
The copper backsplash in the kitchen is not just about textural contrast alone. Contemporary copper backsplashes can offer a lot more, as they usher in patterns that range from the simple and uncomplicated squares to ornate tiles that take you back to lavish Mediterranean kitchens. Since copper is so very malleable, it can be beaten into thin sheets that offer a wide range of shapes and motifs. From quilted copper sheets to those smart perforated copper plates that offer a quirky look inside an eclectic kitchen, the options are endless!
The design works best in a room with lots of windows, because if possible the kitchen would likely include a bay window. The focus is on creating warmth and a homey feeling, says Broerman, because you're going to spend a great deal of time in this style of kitchen.
Part of the vintage series of kitchens designed by Marchi, Panamera seems a lot more modern in its design than Loft or 1956. An interesting combination of contrasting materials such as wood, stone, stainless steel and brick give this kitchen its inimitable look while offering ample visual and textural contrast. Every detail is carefully crafted with distinctive custom finishes and interplay between the various elements. One can find an obvious touch of vintage elegance subtly embedded in the design of the kitchen island and the unique hoods. Clever floating shelves, ample cabinet space and distinctive features come together to create a truly magical kitchen!
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