Some people struggle with the amount of color to add to a room. How much is too much? And how much is enough to keep a room from looking sterile or boring? Today I’ve found a colorful bespoke kitchen that enjoys a pleasing balance of various hues.
Wood floors, white walls, and light gray kitchen cabinets provide a solid foundation for adding color.
Your eye is immediately drawn to the stove area. Shelves are lined with colorful dishware and a pair of animal heads create a cheery vibe.
Red and white star-patterned tiles add a pleasing brush of background color above the stove.
If you’re not familiar with the term, bespoke means tailor-made. You won’t find cookie cutter design since the space is customized to the homeowner’s wishes.
The term bespoke is used more frequently in the U.K. than it is in the U.S. I love all of the custom work created by deVOL Kitchens in the U.K. Their motto is “Simple Furniture. Beautifully Made.”
A pale blue kitchen island blends well with the gray cabinets. It adds another element of color in a soft hue so as not to compete with the other colors. Pretty pendant lights add a functional and appealing touch.
A large window above the farmhouse sink keeps the space bright and cheery.
Gold fixtures lend an element of glamour. A few empty vases add a bit more color in the bespoke kitchen.
Pitchers, canisters, and everyday dishes add color and whimsy on the shelves of the built-in cubby.
If we ever replace our kitchen cabinets (which I hope to do in the next couple of years), I think I’d like something similar to this kitchen.
Are you a fan of the bespoke kitchen?
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