Mediterranean Kitchen Design
A Mediterranean Kitchen is everything except for being tedious because of its versatility and diversity due to the mixture of many rich color palettes.
Features of a classic Mediterranean Kitchen will consist of a gentle tan, beige or cream touch to the wallpaper to impersonate the sandy atmosphere.
To highlight this color scheme, leave alone the cabinets, countertops and flooring in a serene and calm understatement by colors of white or grey.
Embellish the beauty of the kitchen further by decorating items and accessories with deep blue or yellow accents for bringing in liveliness of the Mediterranean.
Pair up the distressed teal wood island with white countertops, cherry wood cabinets and a white tiled backsplash for a innovating and unexpected look; an attribute commonly known for Mediterranean-inspired kitchen.
Let the charm be created through built-in cabinets in an arched dimension for perfection. Achieve a timeless toile by integrating French style in to your kitchen by combining soft hues of tan and rose. Hallmark to this widely known look is the oak cabinetry garnished by floral curtains; adorn this beauty further by the use of dried flowers.
Nurture your atmosphere by romantic accents; by keeping the room eclectic and inviting. A toil-upholstered armchair can be a perfect combination to go with your dull kitchen corner and emphasize upon its beauty by hanging a drum shade upon its top. Ladder-backed chairs and wrought iron pot rack bring back the Mediterranean lifestyle.