The open kitchen has been a contemporary design staple for a while now. The execs of such an open and ethereal area, are many. They permit individuals to freely move out and in of the adjoining rooms, and are often intently situated close to a eating room or breakfast nook, which inspires togetherness, closeness and an all-round extra social, and extra interactive setting. These open kitchen designs are all designed by Italian designer, Armando Ferriani . All of the kitchens featured listed here are trendy, open, and principally white, apart from the few pops of colour in each one.
This kitchen is just an island and cabinetry, principally composed of white metal, however with touches of fairly purples and blues within the decor and kitchen utensils.
This kitchen is the least open out of all of them, nevertheless it does lead into the breakfast nook
This design is probably my favourite out of the bunch, as a result of I really feel it melds the normal, vintage, rustic parts with the fashionable ones. The white cabinetry is harking back to a rustic farm, as is the darkish wooden flooring, but the planks within the ceiling assist to streamline the room and the straightforward furnishings gives the fashionable vibe.
Ferriani likes to play subtley with colour. Here, the kitchen is an easy gray and white that trails off right into a yellow and white dwelling space.
The cabinetry right here is fascinating, leaping from white to gray to blue.
This kitchen could be very hooked up, or is simply an extension of the dwelling space area.
This funky kitchen employs principally white in its cabinetry, however gives pops of sudden mustard yellow and eggshell blue right here and there.
This beige and white kitchen could be very open and related to the rooms adjoining it. It solely appears to be separated by the deep blue (a pleasant shade selection) giant cabinet space.
This brown and white kitchen is properly understated. Instead of further cabinets or cabinetry, the design is additional simplified by attaching a single rack that strains the wall above the sink, and open “storage” area beneath a part of the counter space.