This open-planned kitchen was created for a young family that wanted it to be light and welcoming. We created the design from scratch based on a few reference pictures, that the family provided. As there's not too much space for a dining table, we decided to put a bar table beside the kitchenette, so it can be used for food preparation and as a dining table, but in case this family has guests, the coffee table beside the sofa is a transformer.
We selected main gray and white colors as they are timeless and made the color palette warmer with the addition of warm oak wooden texture and dark gray chairs and shelves to add some accent to the room. Want to know more about the colors in interior design? Read Key Tips on Choosing the Right Color Palette for Interior Design in our Blog.
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