COLOURS AND MATERIALS: NATURE AS A SOURCE OF INSPIRATION
Wood, glass, marble, porcelain stoneware, metal, stone… the kitchen is dressed in nature and innovation, recreating a welcoming and refined atmosphere inside it through the use of eco-friendly materials. Even the colours are inspired by the natural world and by shades of green, blue and earth, tones that convey a feeling of well-being and relaxation. So why not choose an aquamarine kitchen with a delicate atmosphere and soft colours? In this Alta kitchen, the pastel shades of the furniture enhance the environment and give the room a relaxed and elegant allure, creating contrasts and plays of colour that give personality, breadth and balance to the space. The open compartment and the snack bar are made of natural oak, a light finish that recalls the shades of parquet, recreating a sense of continuity and harmony, in full Nordic style.
Another trend in vogue this year is the two-tone kitchen in which bright colours are mixed with darker ones. Black and white: the two opposite poles of the colour scale, the combination that evokes sophistication and modernity. For a kitchen with a chic and refined atmosphere. The impenetrable and intense black of the lacquered bases is softened and illuminated by the lightness of white, in a dialogue between light and dark tones that enhances the nuances of the wood of the parquet and makes the environment more spacious and welcoming.