Barstools come in all shapes, colors, and styles. Take a step away from something typical and invest in seating that makes a statement. But also make sure you will love to sit in them as you have your morning coffee, read the paper, or gather with family and friends around the kitchen island or peninsula. Consider your counter height when choosing stools.
This ceiling high composition mixes in bright white tiles, which accentuate the deep and light gray tiles cued by the wall color, painted floor, steel fittings, and charcoal cabinetry. Bring in flashes of red and warm wood to take the chill off cooler grays. In this kitchen, polished black marble countertops along the perimeter supply a counterpoint to light cabinet finishes and a marble tile backsplash, which is anchored by rows of metal tiles laid in a basket weave pattern.
To create a coordinated look, use a fabric that has a color already found in your kitchen. The fabric on these Roman shades contains a blue similar to the backsplash and cabinet interiors. Consider using an easy to wash fabric for your treatments so you can wash them from time to time and prevent the retention of cooking odors.
A bit unexpected, the fashion forward floors bring low lying distinction to designs ranging from cottage to contemporary. Here, driftwood hue wood planks partner with a forged island and wood and iron stools to handsomely balance the kitchens streamlined cabinets, wood clad walls, and sleek surfaces. This kitchen using a striking backsplash composed of mosaic tiles to sum up your shades of gray color story.