The angle is awkward but it illustrates very well exactly how a sleek black and stainless kitchen (cabinetry and countertops) works aesthetically with rustic, traditional flooring and accessories, nudging this kitchen toward a warm look and feel. Invita kitchen showroom.
I’ve shown this display in the Invita showroom before from a different angle. It’s a god example of how white is used combined with warm wood and texture to give a furniture-like look. The expanse of white countertop and integrated sink allow this design to have a visual flow.
The kitchen cart is a very useful functional piece in the kitchen. Able to move to create a new work station, it adds both storage and function and looks good too. This was in the Invita showroom in Copenhagen
Doesn’t this look like a dining room in a home rather than in a restaurant? The mix of styles and materials, the accessories and artwork and other elements just look so inviting and UNcontrived compared to so many other restaurants. It’s in a very small Inn on Bornholm, Denmark.
Such richly interesting objects in a window of an antique store on Ravnsborggade in Copenhagen and the reflection adds the perfect touch. I took this picture because I wanted to remember the painting on the left side of the window - a classic modern style.
The right chair can make a strong design statement in the kitchen dining space. Texture and design communicate the style message. This chair is by Nicholas Lee. Flexible comfort, maybe one with a cushion and the other type without.
Beautiful and precision details such as exposed dovetails, inset construction and handle cutouts provide warmth and style. I love the light colored cabinetry and the cool/warm factor of wood and gray/black tones, a striking combination. Kokkensnedkeri. Image by Susan Serra
Yes, it was a surprise to see a huge image of the founder of the kitchen company, Uno Form, in their kitchen showroom, as I turned the corner to see this display, but he looks like a kind man, doesn’t he? The contrast of pattern and lights and darks, to my eye, are well balanced. It’s truly a warm, modern, kitchen, easy to live in.
A part of a kitchen that looks and feels like a living room in its simple, warm, modern, style. The hood feels like a lamp and I especially like the cooktop that spans across two cabinets below it. The floor is modern yet rustic. Beautiful neutrals.
The Gjerrow chair designed by Scandinavian designer Benjamin Joen Kolstrup is a contrast in form and material. It looks like it has a floating seat - organic in its look and feel and the center light grain is perfect!
Here is a closer look at yesterday’s wider shot of a part of the restaurant, Kadeau’s, main dining room. The painting, sofa, pillows tossed casually, the super cushy looking skin on the sofa, textured walls and the simple form of the coat rack could be in anyone’s home. Stylish pieces paired with common things simply works, and it’s about comfort.
The feeling in this restaurant, Kadeau, in Bornholm, Denmark, is warm and cozy, yet light and fresh-that’s often a theme in Scandinavian design. The crisp white furniture and woodwork contrasted with textured soft gray walls and further complemented by warm tones in flooring and furniture, is all about comfort. One piece of artwork, situated next to a coat hanging rack, just feels organic in some way; maybe it’s the form.