Hello my friends, No matter your budget, you kitchen can look awesome… I have tips to help you create a beautiful space. I teach you what to do and how to do it. Scandinavian cuisine is known for its unique style, which combines tradition and modernity. It represents characteristic elements that can be recognised by far.
We like the accent on the white preferred colour of the walls but also on the painted wooden furniture. Textiles also play an important role. These are colourful, hand-woven, hand-woven napkins that give Scandinavian cuisine a lot of personality. The dominance of wooden covers and materials is also very important, sometimes even on the walls and ceiling. These are often rather light woods with a rustic, raw style that creates a natural ambience.
In the contemporary kitchen there is also the connection between wood and metal, which live together in harmony, one improving the design of the other. The Scandinavian kitchen design has clean lines and a warm and cosy atmosphere. The colour key in the decoration is another function that constantly surrounds the frame in white.
Lighting is another characteristic of the Scandinavian design that is remembered. As we will see in the photos, the Scandinavian kitchen is often illuminated by ceiling luminaires such as those used by Marbodal. We have selected for you 20 designs of Scandinavian kitchens of all styles – from rustic to modern. And it’s a real pleasure to see them.
We love the idea of making our kitchen a place where we want to spend more time.
Scandinavian cuisine in all its glory
Is your kitchen in need of a little attention?
We have put together some of our favorite kitchens to be inspired.
Even the tiniest of kitchen can handle patterned wallpaper and dark wall colors.
Kitchen! I love the new open floor plan, how bright and the place is now sunny, the artwork and how stylish it looks with the open shelves. Our kitchen walls are the one space in our home that gives us creative license to do something totally unexpected.
White lacquered wood and natural materials
Here are our favorite ideas for the creative design of your kitchen:
Use these design tips and decorating ideas to update your kitchen. From the bold, casual and rustic, you’ll find the perfect inspiration in these stylish ideas.
How to Build a DIY Kitchen Island
Two simple stock cabinets serve as the core of this island saving you some build time. Using the detailed directions, start with the baseframe, and assemble it using glue and screws. Add the bottom, then the back, again, using glue and screws.Now you can build the two plywood end panels, using stiles and rails to add some interest.
On each panel, glue and nail the first stile in place, so the ends are flush with the panel, then add the rails and the second stile. Be sure to leave a 3-inch gap at the base where you’ll add some trim later.
When you attach the panels to the back and base, make sure the back is nice and straight, if it’s bowed at all it could affect the fit of the cabinets later. Add the trim pieces to the front of the island, then add two half-pilasters to create these rectangular columns for an area to tuck stools under.
Insert the cabinets and add cleats to the sides to support the shelves that span between the two units. Angle the shelves to maneuver them past the cabinet edges when you’re putting them in place. Add the center panels to the sides, and trim out all the way around the island using the base you choose. Sand and finish the piece, then top it off with a counter-top for an island that’s customized to your taste and space.