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Light wood for Zen cooking
When we talk about Scandinavian style, nature atmosphere or Zen style, light wood is king. We choose it rather soft and polished for the Scandinavian side, raw effect or even recovered 'for a more industrial look like loft or artist studio. With a touch of metal to modernize, natural materials like stone, lots of white and a touch of green, we get a simple yet stylish kitchen, traditional and friendly. A kitchen in which one relaxes, in particular with small tiles in monochrome on the backsplash and unavoidable cement tiles on the floor for the retro side.
Stained wood for chic rustic kitchen
Inevitably, the wood in the kitchen is THE essential material for a chic rustic decor. To adopt the revisited country style, however, we do not hesitate to opt for a stained and gray wood, which retains its retro effect but gains an industrial note. For the rest, a beautiful blend of tradition and modernity remains the secret: stainless steel hood and stone splashback, parquet and designer pendant lamp, granite countertop and metal stools. And a bright atmosphere, above all, to contrast with the dark furniture facades. A wooden decor at the crossroads of trends, as we like them!
Dark wood for designer kitchens
Of wood in a modern kitchen ? Easy, and without necessarily falling into the contemporary loft style with rough woods. We choose a dark wood species rich in nuances on the furniture fronts that will hide all the little bazaar in the kitchen. Combined with dark colors and matt paints, a minimalist decor and a few designer pieces with touches of metal, wood has its small effect. The extra thing? A clear counter in natural stone such as marble or quartz to add luxury and contrast to the atmosphere of the kitchen.
Hot wood for retro kitchen
Want to adopt the trendy workshop at home? Old wooden kitchen furniture to recycle? This is what compose a loft decor, authentic and warm, mixing retro inspirations and industrial modernity. As is often the case with modern wood, the best idea is to combine metal and wood. Once carefully sanded, we bring out the warm color of the wood with a wax or an oil, we marry it with a white and black decor and a gray floor to contrast, it's won. With some green plants under a glass window, the atmosphere is as current as welcoming. And if the kitchen furniture seems too massive, you can always remove the high cabinet doors to transform them into open shelves!