Kitchen Remodeling Ideas Sunnyvale
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Kitchen Remodeled in Many Shades of Grey
I’m not sure if this built in table is a plus or a minus. On the one hand it’s sort of an extended breakfast bar, but more table like. On the other hand it only sits three. It’s great if you either never entertain and never need to seat more than three, or if you have have a separate dining table elsewhere. Maybe it seems a bit odd to me as it’s more than a breakfast bar but less than a dining room table.
Overall the effect of the color contrasts in this kitchen works much better than I would have thought. The idea of “shades of grey” remind me of winters in the Pacific Northwest when that phrase accurately describes the color of the sky while it seems to drizzle lightly for weeks at a time.
However in this kitchen it really works.
The flooring is the only thing that is not a shade of grey. It’s earth tone natural stone tiles colored a reddish tan. Maybe the red is brought out by the grey of everything else.
Everything else in the kitchen is some shade of grey.
The cabinets are a dark grey. The countertops are a very light grey made of engineered stone. This includes the built in table, which is really nothing more than a slightly lower countertop intended for eating.
The backsplash behind the rangetop and the counter between the fridges is a metallic tile.
The appliances are all stainless steel and the fixtures and door and drawer handles are all chrome.
If someone had told me that grey and grey would work, I would have been skeptical.
After seeing this kitchen, I no longer am. It works.
Does this give you ideas for your dream kitchen?
Photo credit: http://www.remodelworks.net