Today we will show you 6 kitchens which are beautiful in wood! Sometimes we are not aware of the wide versatility of wood. We immediately think of wood in rustic or country kitchens but we do not realize that the appearance of wood also shines in urban and modern kitchens.
Today it's time to explore kitchens in which this generous material has added warmth and color as well as a unique sense of beauty. Wood is highly valued because it has the power to be the both functional and decorative. These 6 ideas will make you consider the qualities of wood in your own kitchen.
One of the components of a modern kitchen is undoubtedly the island bench. The island is functional and versatile because it can be used as a place to sit at, and also as a food preparation area. Veta & Design avail themselves of this concept to give the wood the prominence it deserves. This beautiful wooden island is ready for all that is to be bestowed upon it!
This is a wonderful example of how a modern kitchen can be enchantingly beautiful in neutral wood. The wood is finished in matte and even though it does not exude shine, it stands as perfectly modern and chic in this kitchen. We can see how the light gray and white color fill the room with a sense of softness and warmth.
This was all captured by Argentinian interior decorators and designers Silvina as Lightowler-Design.
In this kitchen the white wood appears pristine and fresh. The gentle glow of natural light illuminates the crispness of the kitchen, whilst the delicate furnishings create an immaculate atmosphere. The design is both elegant and modern as it praises the role of white on this delightful white stage!
Whilst we may sometimes associate wood with rustic or country kitchens, wood does not necessarily have to be a faithful exponent of a country style. We can see in this kitchen, its many uses, which range from rafters to wall coverings to furniture. It is fully functional in every detail of this kitchen.
The wood in this kitchen shows us that a design can be simple and remain beautiful. The result is a convenient kitchen design which utilizes the contrast. The butler's sink is placed in the center of the kitchen and breaks the the monotony of wood whilst adding character to the room as a whole. Whilst the ceiling most definitely exudes a homey and warm atmosphere that is a source of inspiration when cooking.
If you are thinking of using wood to add prominence to your kitchen, you should take a look at what the interior architects at Carbone Fernández have to offer. This kitchen is populated with different types of wood and is finished with a mixture of light and dark contrasts that exist comfortably inside this very convenient and comfortable design.