A Burberry raincoat in classic style was inspired by the pattern of Balmoral Plaid in the showroom of AKDO tile. The designer, Christopher Peacock found the idea when he walked into the showroom and fell in love with the new plaid pattern which fit perfectly with the tailored look of a stunning townhouse of 1909 Beaus Art. To exude more energy to space, he set the pattern on a diagonal way. Initially, the designer wanted to imply the pattern everywhere but then he decided to use it only above the Dacor range to create more impact. The slight accent of the pattern has become a focal point in this cooking space.
The tile in black and white of a stunning kitchen in Chicago has made a graphic statement to space in the simple size of one-inch squares. The ingenious designer of this retro cooking space is Mick De Giulio. The functional recessed opening over the kitchen stove is signed by a pencil detail. This stunning open shelf acts as a convenient storage for the condiments. A tray is placed on the edge of the white hood to adorn the look of the neutral white backdrop. Colorful patterns on the surface of the tray look contrast and attractive with the dark shade of black. The corner upper cabinet has an open shelf in the middle with some appealing teapots collection which is arranged vertically.
This endearing kitchen exudes pop of turquoise among the dominant pristine white color and also splashes of yellow valance over the window casement. The glass tiles from Modwalls in a bright turquoise brings a classic touch to this beach kitchen that offers timeless quality to keep the tiles from being predictable and staid with splashes of color pops. The talented designer of this project is Mona Berman. A good symmetrical display is created by the three windows in a parallel line with a huge yellow valance over the ventilations. The island which is nestled behind the sink cabinet is coupled with stylish ant stools in dark woodsy shade that emits an elegant and contrast look with the pristine white color of the island.
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