The kitchen of this 1,227sqf five-room HDB flat in Havelock is a classy mix of colonial-meets-industrial chic. We also love both pale and darkish understated worktops in a brand new stylish pared back industrial styling – using pure finishes, wooden, stone and brass to create this moody look. Designer Eric Cohler lifted the spirits of this small kitchen in a renovated industrial building by giving it a modern, James Bond look with a curved island.
Developments, fashion, technology, and galvanizing ideas, learn on to know more about all you want to know before redesigning or remodelling your kitchen. What makes this small kitchen soar is the white-dominant paint shade scheme White opens up all the things and displays the maximum amount of sunshine.
Their weathered look is repeated within the cabinets, the kitchen island and its stools, the door and window frames and even the lamp bases. The ground floor of the once single-story house is now primarily one combined kitchen, dining space, living space, and residential workplace, with bedrooms in an upstairs addition.
The modest kitchen was transformed to expand the house and provides it a modern update with retro enchantment. To maximise entertaining house, downsize an island and add a trestle table with stools. All you’ll want to add some dimension to an all-white kitchen is wood counter stools, and maybe a solitary plant leaf.
The kitchen also features eco-friendly solid-stone counter tops and reclaimed wooden floors and cupboards. Kitchens working along one wall is usually a good approach to create an open-plan area, especially if there isn’t room for a separate kitchen. The oval curve of the island allowed me to create most surface space whilst nonetheless allowing for easy passing in what is kind of a slender area.