Our Fred kitchen attracts primarily with its stylish look and unusual way of implementing design ideas. Spacious, bright and ergonomic – you want to stay here all the time, enjoy communication and the process of cooking.
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This is a symbiosis of loft and neoclassical styles. Huge windows, uncovered communications, a two-level ceiling, an abundance of metal (steel and black elements) – all this is a loft. Painted wooden facades with a frame, shelves with cozy little things, glass showcases characterize the neoclassical interior.
The loft gravitates towards dark tones more often, but we did not want a gloomy kitchen, so we opted for a white, light and not tiring color that evokes the most pleasant emotions.
Frame facades made of ash wood are organically combined with metal elements and steel appliances in a loft style. Simple and laconic furniture fits perfectly into the existing environment.
The characteristic design of display cabinets, original wine cellars behind glass, open shelves on a metal frame – these details made Fred’s kitchen memorable and very comfortable.
The furniture is the main direct set with a sink, a three-section pencil case with a built-in refrigerator and household appliances, a spacious island with a gas stove and a massive hood and a small cupboard under the window.
The table top is white, made of artificial stone. Small dark streaks and a brilliant gloss well set off the matte surfaces of natural wood.
White furniture looks great in a spacious room. One of the main elements of the decor was a metal frame, from which hinged shelves were formed over the facades of the island, a bookcase near the window and next to a pencil case with household appliances.
In addition to the decorative function, the frame also performs a purely utilitarian task – there is a lot of space, a large area. If you fill the entire space with furniture facades, it will be expensive and cumbersome. And so – there are open shelves on which you can place a lot of items, changing the accents; there are no bare walls, and the kitchen has acquired a stylish and memorable look.
The island looks no less original – its facade is made of alternating panels of glass showcases (covering wine cellars) and solid frame facades. Along the edges are canopies made of a metal profile with wooden shelves, where all the small things are placed.
Almost the entire length of the island is island hood. In addition to the fact that it does an excellent job of cleaning the air, a large number of dishes can be placed on top.