Published at Saturday, 20 May 2017 by Mystique Lecoeur in Design, with total 30 imageries.
You may not be able to enlarge your kitchen, but you sure can make it seem larger with reflective surfaces. That’s right–gleaming cabinets, countertops and tabletops amplify the light, as shown in the London kitchen below.
While maintaining a minimal appeal, Cloe drives away any sense of blandness or monotony by combining different materials that surprise you with their textural variance. Knotted oak cabinets are coupled with eco-cement surfaces to paint a truly exceptional picture. Each knotted oak kitchen is specially treated with vegetable oils and waxes, and you can choose between either an unfinished look or polished lacquered surfaces. The eco-cement obviously brings a certain industrial vibe to this lovely kitchen.
Apart from its interior architecture, the kitchen makes a more interesting part of the interior design. Consisting of three units, made of stainless steel, it looks positively industrial yet polished and even sophisticated. Regardless of size, the room seems to be very storage-friendly and capacious. Completely disconnected, it lays out perfectly and even connects visually with the adjoined dining area whose table also features a stainless steel tabletop.