“Style is an expression of individualism mixed with charisma”.
A quote from John Fairchild that can definitely be applied to modern interior design and today’s kitchen planning.
“Different people have different tastes” is a saying that has proved true for centuries. Thanks to the manufacturers’ high level of flexibility, those differences can now be taken into account more than ever, including in individual furniture.
Customized interior fittings and functional detail solutions are features of a new furnishing culture that has evolved from the spatial merging of the kitchen, dining area and living room. As part of this trend, the ceiling, floor and walls harmonise with the furniture.
Self-coloured decors in white or grey tones along with fine materials like concrete, glass, ceramic, metal and stone harmonise perfectly with dark and light wood designs in a horizontal, vertical, smooth or parquetry-effect finish, while walls painted in colour either contrast with this ensemble or differ only slightly in tone from the self-coloured scheme of the furniture.
Texture created by colour and material
Coloured furniture for fresh design: coloured furniture design used for accent adds a touch of modern freshness to any room and gives it a structure of its own.
Open and closed units
Back wall elements that can be perfectly coordinated in terms of material and dimensions with their surroundings make a further contribution to harmonious interior design. The colour or material texture of the furniture is even picked up in the floor.
Tall units set into the wall discreetly hide appliances and storage space behind sliding door elements, while the flexible use of open and closed furniture units or shelving can add a certain lightness to the room.
The design possibilities seem simply endless. That diversity enables individual kitchens to be designed that are as charismatic as their owners.