No matter if your interior is more industrial, and you want a kitchen that will fit, the possibility is there. A cement like wall works ideally with a raw timber carpentry for the kitchen elements.
Or if you fancy a modern and contemporary kitchen, all white MDF high gloss design for the elements is the way to go. You can even mix it up with some contrast (light and dark color for upper and lower elements), or go full black for a dramatic outlook.
And for those fans of the Scandinavian design, a full timber made kitchen is not out of the question. All you need is to fit the rest of the elements to complement the kitchen, and the result is modern looking like, stunning and appealing kitchen.
Last, but not least, all kitchen styles can be mixed and matched, as the kitchen is a room where mixing and matching is easy to pull it off. One style works for the upper elements, and another one for the lower elements.
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