While cozy wooden finishes are increasingly becoming the norm in modern kitchens, Heritage takes this to a whole new level with its sturdy base units and open wall-mounted shelves that are completely draped in wood. With handle-less framed doors in elm wood and custom hoods that once again draw inspiration from classic Italian kitchens, one can see a smart blend of contrasting elements. The presence of a hint of metal in the form of stainless steel or varnished bronze provides the perfect focal point for this creative kitchen that seems to fit in with living spaces in styles ranging from transitional to contemporary.
If you are trying to bring home the industrial kitchen, then think about picking up shiny new stainless steel cabinets that are ideal for this theme. The form of your own apartment or residence is an important part of the industrial style. If you do not live in such a setting, then try not to force this style on as it looks ungainly in a polished, urban environment. Since metal is a natural part of the kitchen, an industrial style is easy to execute and hard to go wrong with.
There are plenty of ways that you can craft a striking copper backsplash that gives your kitchen loads of individuality and a striking metallic glint. Copper penny tiles are definitely our favorite among them all, as they not only bring the goodness of copper along with them, but also provide geo style and a sense of uniqueness. Small hexagonal copper tiles also offer similar perks, while larger square and rectangular pieces offer a more conventional look. In the modern kitchen, you can pick from a range of copper finishes that vary from hammered tiles to salvaged copper sheets and those with a cool, oxidized finish.
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