Why This Room Caught My Eye

18 March 2014 0


Interior design is not a science, it is rather art. As much as I admire art pieces in museums, I admire beautiful interior designs and stylings. Every Tuesday I am sharing such eye-catching examples of interiors in this blog series. Most of the times I am showcasing private rooms and homes, but today I have to share a fabulous styled interior of a known home accessories brand. HK Living is a popular Dutch home accessories brand and they have styled some amazing interior pictures for their new spring/summer collection. And this specific example of a kitchen design caught my eye. Why? Well, here we go:

  • Industrial Pendants: The cluster of black industrial pendants is an instant eye-catcher. For maximum interest, pendants of various shapes have been combined. They perfectly match the entire kitchen styling.
  • Colourful Chairs: Here, the mix & match approach has been applied with the same chair model but with a variety of nature inspired colours. The pattern is being repeated on the other side and adds a great colour statement in this industrial kitchen.
  • Wooden Dining Table: A big, chunky wooden dining table is an instant winner in this styling. It juxtaposes the cold steel kitchen fronts and adds warmth and a dash of nature into the industrial styling.
Is this kitchen catching your eye too?

Photography via HK Living

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  • Reply chichifurniturestore 18 March 2014 at 11:16

    Unfortunately my kitchen isn’t big enough to be as fab as this one, but my childrens art on the cupboards make it eye catching :O) I love the fact they have used a mix of pendants and different coloured chairs, it matches but isn’t too uniform. I agree that the solid wood table is a perfect addition, it softens the scheme adding warmth yet not looking out of place – in fact to me it pulls the design together.

    • Reply Igor Josifovic 18 March 2014 at 20:09

      You should see my kitchen(ette) – it’s about two square meters! Yes, I didn’t make a typo two like one and one:-) I literally have no kitchen, it is just for the most essential tasks. That’s why I am swooning over any kind of spacious kitchen (which in my world starts at like 10 square meters LOL).

  • Reply Chedva 18 March 2014 at 15:54

    Those chairs!

  • Reply Lisa Hjalt 18 March 2014 at 17:02

    show me a rustic wooden table and my knees are bound to go weak!

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