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Industrial style kitchen
The industrial style is both bold and strict. It was created in the mid-twentieth century America, during converting factory space to residential. Industrial-style kitchen features by large surfaces of cool tons of colors, lack of unnecessary decors, openness and lots of light. The walls usually the structural elements, as well as concrete or bricks. It resulted in the strict character which can be break down with appropriately selected kitchen furniture. Kitchen furniture should be set on the same height and in the one row, to create the effect of consistent dividing lines. We do not use curtains or drapes there. If you need to cover windows it is a way better to use the roller blinds. Industrial decors like wallpapers or massive lamps will be a great idea as well. However industrial kitchen feature with a large dose of minimalism, so you should arrange it with moderation, especially if it comes to additional decors. To sum up, our industrial kitchen should be well lightened. It is very well when there are combined concrete with bricks and if kitchen furniture are on the same height and are not broken, but they are in the one height and not break but emphasize the space. We also use the minimum amount of decors and if some appear they should refer to the industry. Curtains we change with roller blinds. Industrial kitchen furniture can be made of wood, or high gloss. Combination brick and concrete will be a great solution.
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