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Functional and Do-able.
various textures- the raw stone about the stove, the raw wooden beams above the island, the stone-washed appearance to the wood of the island and cupboards, and the stainless steel appliances make this room grand, dirt-resistant (at least visibly) and totally functional.
some serious zen to this room- all low gloss so natural looking. Clean lines and darker/muted colors keep dirt visibly minimal, and the lighter but non-gloss woodwork and light colored floor makes the room seem larger.
The window at one end and the long rug visually lengthen this rom while the glass cabinets make it look wider. A good way to make a small space seem bigger
unpolished woodwork, darker floors, stainless steel countertops and appliances, and raw stone accents make this room visually interesting, engaging, and functional.
a good way to display beverages and glasses without being too obtrusive or accessible by small children, and still look nice.
turn a small corner into a cozy eating nook by adding appropriate lighting and keeping furnishings simple
the blue island top and backsplash tiles visually make this kitchen appealing, lightening up the somber effect of low gloss wood over medium gloss wood mixed with low gloss grey shelves
rough wooden and brick elements mingle nicely in a white and airy kitchen, keeping things rustic and functional while still appearing stylish
non-gloss woodwork, low gloss tile backsplash, and all lighter muted colors makes the kitchen seem natural and flowing.
I like the plain wood cabinets, the near-matching wood floor, and the mottled colors of the backsplash. I don't think the single-color countertops would be easy to keep lookign good though.
dark wood and mottled countertops are perfectly functional, while a lighter floor, walls, celings, and good lighting keep the room from feeling closed in.
like the contrast of dark wood and light countertops, polished brick backsplash vs rough brick wall, and great lighting effects