Thursday, 5 February 2015

Eclectic kitchen design

Eclectic kitchens are often fun and whimsical, and they can include any number of colors, textures and materials.
The key to creating an eclectic design is to be sure you do not overdo anything. Base your design on an interesting pattern or color choice, and then add in other, more subdued elements. That way, the design is more spunky than freakish, and the overall feel will be cheerful rather than overwhelming.
Eclectic Kitchen by Other Metro Interior Designers & Decorators d.mesure - Elodie 
A simple stainless steel island, open fronted units topped with a red gloss and matching red shelves make up this cool open plan kitchen

Contemporary Kitchen by New Canaan Interior Designers & Decorators Amanda Zorumski Design & Decor

Create a retro-inspired kitchen by layering geometric tiles with bold colour. Simple brass pendant lights and black chairs allow the eye to rest; letting the vibrant elements shine.

Eclectic Kitchen by Perth Interior Designers & Decorators Etica Studio
There is something magical about an all-bl0ack kitchen that works beautifully . Here matte finish of the cabinetry and the tile backsplash keep this from being too in-your-face. The glass-front cabinet doors also help keep the look light. I also love that the island has a high back to hide potential cooking messes.

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