You may have already seen numerous photos of large, neutrally colored kitchens with functional furniture. What you may not know is that these are some of the key features of modern kitchens. If you like this style but are not sure how to use it there in your kitchen we have some tips and the pattern of a beautiful Hot Cross Quilt Block that can be used in your kitchen to put things on it, so be sure to follow this post. Let’s explain more about modern kitchens, check it out:
Before you want to decorate your kitchen following the modern style it is important to know, recognize and identify this amazing decoration proposal. The “modern” concept in interior decoration originates with the modernist school of arts and emerged in the first half of the twentieth century.
Modernists revolutionized architecture with an aesthetic based on the idea of “less is more”, even serving as the basis for styles that would follow shortly thereafter, such as the minimalist and contemporary that are also very beautiful.
Free Pattern Available: Hot Cross Quilt Block
Modern decoration is first and foremost very useful and functional. Nothing that integrates modern aesthetics is irrelevant or unnecessary. See below for other important features of the modern style of decoration:
Brightness is a very striking feature of modern kitchens. In addition to making the environment naturally brighter, light also contributes to creating a spaciousness effect, also very important in this style of decoration making everything much more beautiful. To make the kitchen brighter, bet on large windows, using light-reflecting mirrors and light colors.
Another very popular brand of modern style is neutral tones. They can come in both darker and lighter shades. The tip is: if you have a small kitchen, prefer light colors, but if your kitchen is large and high ceilinged, dark colors can be used without fear, either will make your kitchen look beautiful.
If you have decided to follow the light tone palette, bet on colors such as white, light gray, sky blue, coral and leaf green. If you want to venture into dark, closed tones, opt for the shades of black, dark blue, burgundy, dark gray and wood.
Are you enjoying it? Also check out these Free Patterns: