This tasty trip through five kitchens, visualized by Artem Evstigneev, features areas of high contrast within countertop sectioning, unit selections, and indeed between the two. A safe kitchen layout can be completely transformed with a simple addition of tone.
Gallery for Kitchens With Contrast
Fun sunshine yellow gloss units are mixed with a more serious looking black countertop on the central island in this one, but a light wood countertop add-on keeps things looking friendly. A dark lined cubby compartment ties the island in with the side run of cupboards, as well as topping the black glass fronted cookers perfectly. White swivel bar stools pop against their rich high-contrast backdrop. | 18 |.
A freestanding look is achieved in this kitchen, where a wooden crockery sideboard holds twin cookers. The wooden elements of the room are freshened by white cabinets, worktops and fridge-freezer. | 6 |.
Small cubbies look great when picked out in a vibrant color, especially when nestled amongst a run of fresh white units. The base units in this design have been selected in a dark wood tone to give the overall design weight and depth. | 1 |.