Especially designed for a family in Moscow with a passion for extravagant modern design, the futuristic Parametrix Kitchen by Geometrix is quite an unusual interior to behold. All the furniture elements present a highly modern appearance, clear lines, unusual twists and striking color contrasts, their overall effect being out of this world…literally. Even the walls contrast each other, the room featuring part brick, part wooden strips, which can also be seen adorning the hood and the main kitchen working surface.
But take a few steps back from its flashy neon lighting and sci-fi choice of materials and you will find a very cozy reading nook by the window- probably the only children-friendly element of the interior. And perhaps pink neon lighting could bring warmth to the kitchen during the evenings. We are curious to see your opinions relevantly stacking up in our comments section. How do you find this kitchen? Are you a fan of futuristic design?
It is not too hard to see the magnetism of this modular kitchen that can be altered to suit the individual floor plan of your home. Features such as the wooden cabinets painted in lovely pastel blues and yellows, brass and steel surfaces that add a touch of metallic glint without seeming far too modern, plastered walls, stone countertops and shelves with fabric frill bring back images of an era that is lost in time. Even the smallest of details is carefully chosen to complement and enhance this classic ambiance while the warm hues in the room create an inviting backdrop for a perfect social zone that brings the entire family together.
Now here is a kitchen that tells you that the yellow and gray kitchen is not just for spring, summer or fall. It is a style that works all year long when done right, and we absolutely adore how the all-gray backdrop (including the wallpapered ceiling) lets those yellow pendants shine through. Another advantage of taking this approach is that you can essentially switch out those pendants (and the flowers) and add a completely different hue by bringing bright red, blue or even copper lighting fixtures. Adding a hint of gray and yellow to your existing kitchen can also be done without actually giving it a complete makeover. Instead of wrapping up the entire kitchen in these two hues alone, opt for a more reserved approach like the one here. The subway tiles in gray and yellow add color to this contemporary kitchen while leaving the Midcentury style of the space undisturbed.