Such a warm and welcoming atmosphere in this attic kitchen, highlighted by the rich brown wooden beams ceiling. Due to lack of natural light inside the spot, a play of various different lights is making the spot even more pleasant, cozy and appealing. Although small, this attic kitchen looks pretty pleasant and nice. The monochrome color palette is warmed up with the light wooden floor, and perked up with lively back splash above the stove. We simply love the rustic Scandinavian style and this kitchen makes us fall in love with it even more. Such a tiny, but stylish attic spot, with massive exposed wooden beams paired with soft white kitchen cabinets, and a gorgeous chandelier that adds a wow effect and creates an absolute gorgeous eclectic ambiance.
The light and warm note that prevails in this kitchen is heartwarming, right?- We love the combination of light oak wood with sleek, white kitchen cabinets. The kitchen has an interesting layout, sleek and glossy surface and amazingly warm and light appearance which is typical for the Scandinavian way of decorating. The giant kitchen island with dark worktop sets up the center of this beautiful and artistic Scandinavian kitchen. The designer has done a great job by adding cool artworks on the plain white walls which has contribute to the cool and modern overall appearance of this beautiful kitchen.
If your kitchen interior is a bit towards the overcrowded side of the traditional style line, then it would be best to go with a simple design for the pendent lights. In the image below, you will see how the translucent body of the lamp fits right in with the traditional side of the interior quite seamlessly. Pendent lights come in all shapes and sizes, but only the style of your interior can determine which kind of lighting fixture you use. The tulip style pendent light used in this kitchen goes well with the semi-traditional and semi-modern vibe of the interior; and so its stylistic expression adds to the character of the kitchen interior. The style of this kitchen pendent light is queer enough to demand a contemporary accompanying interior. The glass shade over the translucent lamp gives off a coltish vibe to the kitchen without seeming to deferential to the overall design.
Having an attic apartment means that you should follow some rules and to decorate it smartly, in order to use all the space you have in the best way possible. When it comes to decorating an attic kitchen, it can get a little tricky because of all the kitchen appliances and utilities that need to fit into the spot given, but there is no need to worry. With our help and our useful tips and ideas, styling an attic kitchen is an easy, fun and amusing thing to do. Take a look at the showcase below, that shows 18 distinctive attic kitchen designs in various different styles and outlooks, and prepare to get inspired to decorate your own attic kitchen.
The white acrylic chairs are most likely symbols of the Mid Century style. The combination of red and white creates the Mid- Century ambiance in the kitchen and provides it with fun retro touch. The white brick stone back splash open ups the place and soothes the excessive dynamic that comes from the red floor. We simply love the play with cool and warm colors that the designer has applied in this charming Mid Century Kitchen. The pastel blue stands out magnificently and the red backless chairs strike through and create nice contrasting effect. The mosaic blue backslash additionally contributes to the lively and ecstatic ambiance that is obviously dominant in this beautiful kitchen.
Here you can notice how the designer was bold enough to play with pasterns and texture but not with color, which we find ingenious. The 3D cubes floor in combination with the navy blue subway tiles creates a noisy and mismatch effect in the place, but the colors in the place are flawlessly synchronized in order to create the modern and vibrant appearance of this kitchen. Creating an Industrial Kitchen or Scandinavian Kitchen usually presuppose usage of white subway tiles, that is kind of a trademark material of the mentioned styles. Therefore, the white subway tiles are perfect material for creating a cool industrial kitchen as is this one above on the picture.
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