Oak White Blue
Oak: The kitchen cabinetry and perhaps the dining furniture feature warm oak tones, providing a sense of natural warmth and richness to the space. The oak can be used for the kitchen cabinets, island, or even incorporated into open shelving.
White: To maintain a sense of lightness and airiness, the walls, ceiling, and possibly the countertops can be in a crisp, clean white. This creates a bright backdrop that reflects light throughout the open plan extension.
Blue: This sophisticated shade of blue is as an accent color. This can be incorporated through kitchen accessories, such as barstools, pendant lights, or even a statement backsplash. The blue adds a touch of elegance and a hint of the Mediterranean.
Layout: Embrace the open plan concept by seamlessly connecting the kitchen with the dining and living areas. This allows for fluid movement between spaces, encouraging a sense of togetherness.
- Snaidero Furniture 'Way' - Matt Lacquer
- Central Island with dining for four
- Siemens Appliance set
- Silestone - Eternal | Calacatta Gold | 20mm polished
- Sink from 1810
- Quooker Boiling water tap | Patinated Brass
- Herring Bone floor - LVT