Home & House Interior Designs — May 23, 2011 at 1:00 am

Decorate Your Kitchen In White

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Kitchen in white

Kitchen in white

Colors change interior design, for better or for worse. Red gives off an aggressive, powerful aura, yellow brings sunshiny happiness, joy and brightness, and blue is associated with the pleasant calm of the ocean. White is the simplest of colors. In physics terms, it isn’t even considered a color. Simple is beautiful. White is used everywhere. It is clean, pure, easy, peaceful, calm, classy, and smooth. It can be in combination with other colors like yellow, blue, black, and green, and still look excellent. White walls and floors are very common, not just because they are simple and easy, but also because they look very good. White is also a bright color. It glows, and exudes light in a way no color does. Especially when daylight shines on it, it seems to blaze white hot. White is widely used because it makes a room look more spacious than it actually is. The most important reason it is used is actually because it combines with other colors so well. We’ve already seen how a black and white chess board looks, so imagine how white and blue would look. The whiteness in this room may seem slightly plain, but it is this uncomplicated plainness that gives it its beauty.

The kitchen design here is extremely modern. Other than its all encompassing whiteness, the kitchen looks really good, mainly because of how smoothly it is designed. The chairs are shaped strangely, and the kitchen counter is not against the wall like usual counters, but is only connected to it on one end. The wash basin is small and compact, making sure there’s space for other things on the platform. The lighting is intricate from the ceiling, and the windows are designed beautifully with stylish grills. The shelves and black microwave look excellent together. The room is generally well designed, spacious, and colored well. The floor is especially stunning because of its shine.

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