Stunning build by Illya Kitchens
Lady Collection – Zecchinon CucineThe increasingly popular red kitchens are boldly stating that they deserve undivided attention. At first, it would have seemed a privilege to bring such richness and individualism into a utilitarian cooking space, but a strong color is indeed at home there. There are a plethora of textures and nuances to go with, from sleek and shiny to matt surfaces. Consider the unbeatable combination of red and stainless steel, or those gorgeous tiny mosaic tiles that slowly conquer the maintenance-free walls and our hearts.
by Snaidero (VENUS x Pininfarina design)
by David Churchill – Architectural Photographer
by Anthony Wilder Design/BuildTaking some red into the mix with no pressing consequences: apply the advertising rule stating that a composition may contain a 5 to 10 per cent amount of red. Make it a compact and intense red element that will instantly turn into an eye catcher, like the kitchen island. Red bar stools as accents can be just as stylish with a white kitchen suite, not as intense but more subtle. Undoubtedly, a touch of red design makes for a plus to a delicious meal with friends.
by jessop architects
by Precision Cabinets & TrimTired of your classic wooden cabinets? Go bold with a brush. By sprucing up the cabinet doors with red paint you can achieve a bold design without falling into the minimalist streak if you don’t want it, even give them an individualizing and slightly retro touch.
by Gelotte Hommas ArchitectureWith red, it is preferable not to overdo it: a temperamental red kitchen furniture suite is best complimented by a wall of a neutral color such as white, cream, beige and naturally, many nuances of wood. Red and black is ultra modern, while red and grey is a rare and very effective combination. If you want to mix 2 colors, pair red with a pale green, both in moderate amounts, on a background of a neutral color.
by Elad Gonen & Zeev Beech
Avant Garde Harbor Home by About:Space
by Rysso PetersSleek and shiny red aluminum cabinets are lately becoming very popular. They are as contemporary as it gets, with a hint of both stylish and industrial. Minimalist and easy to maintain, they are timeless and can be a choice for a lifetime.