De­li­ciously Dark

Living Etc - - DESIGN ⁄ PROJECT -

A dra­matic line-up of dark hues and tim­bers with a smat­ter­ing of metallics are es­sen­tial for an at­mo­spheric kitchen. Add pale woods to ease the in­ten­sity while keep­ing the look fresh. Ditch a few wall units in favour of shelves, which will open up the space. And why not work a splash of white into your scheme? Noth­ing makes a strong vis­ual im­pact like the con­trast be­tween light and dark.

Project de­tails Blend scan­di­na­vian style with a char­coal hue to give your space in­stant vis­ual appeal. in this kitchen by Nep­tune, in­dus­trial-style Ten­nyson pen­dants, £98 each, an­chor the large is­land, which is topped in pale oak and served by shored­itch high-back bar stools in Hugo spelt, £345 each. open­ing up stor­age with a pair of Buck­land float­ing shelves, £470 each, cre­ates a feel­ing of added space. Team th­ese with lime­house cab­i­nets built to the ceil­ing to cre­ate am­ple stor­age for un­sightly essentials. This kitchen costs £29,861.

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