Published at Thursday, May 18th 2017. by Esme Fleury Fleury in Cabinets.
It's the simplest and most flexible color as well as yet we're often intimidated by it also afraid to enjoy its advantages. The glossy colorless kitchen cabinets conceal up the complete wall here, manufacturing the most of a tight space and offering lots of storage, all concealed in a minimalist unit. The kitchen's white and clean look also establishes a nice continuity with the outdoor poolside territory.
Notwithstanding the neutral tone palette, the space doesn't need color thanks to the brimful-height windows that let the outdoors in. There are many design strategies which could be used when trying to make a short kitchen scan bigger. White cabinets can certainly send the good message. Large windows, glass doors and abundant lighting can also assist. The kitchen of this coastal house drafted by Susanna Cots can be a good source of inspiration.
This charming maisonette in Gothenburg, Sweden has a U-shaped kitchen which, despite being short, fells pretty roomy. It's all gratitude to the white cabinets. But that's not the just glamorous thing about the design. We're enchanted by how nicely the colorless walls, floor and cabinetry are complemented by the wooden countertop and all the other touches of hue.
This house discovered in Warsaw, Poland has an interior drafted by KW Studio. The kitchen and living territory share an open plan with complement each other in a beautiful way. The kitchen is white and stays in the background white the living area is a warm, comfortable with welcoming space thanks to the matters also colors used in its decor.
It's located in New York and its interior design is minimalist with a focus on the views. The kitchen is a representative space in that feeling. It has white walls and crumbly white furniture complemented by a gray floor, a wooden ceiling and full-altitude windows that reveal views of the greenery.
White is not a forgiving color. It shows every little stain and it does not hide scratches well either. Still, it's work sacrificing some things to gain others. This kitchen was designed by Office of Architecture and its white cabinets go everybody the way up to the ceiling and yet don't overwhelm the room with their parts.
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