In full celebration of the carnival, we make a stop between costumes and parades to take a tour of what is published in the decorative blogosphere In the last days, like every Sunday. On this occasion we focus our weekly summary in the kitchen and in many of the ideas we have found to reform it including some really crazy.
We start with an article of Delikatissen about transitions between rooms, which begins precisely with the transition between the kitchen and the living room. Today there is a clear commitment to connected spaces, but many continue to prefer that the kitchen and living room are close but not fully linked.
We had passed an article that he published Virlova at the end of last month with decotips to apply feng shui in the kitchen. Beyond that we believe in that oriental philosophy or not, the truth is that it is curious to read everything that explains with respect to materials, orientation and finishes in the kitchen and there are things that are really logical within common sense.
In Decorablog this week they focused on something much more concrete, the advantages of installing an integrable washing machine in the kitchen. The location of the washing machine at home is always complicated, some put it in a bathroom, others in the kitchen … The ideal would be to have a special laundry area for her, but the reality is that not in all the houses we have and there are Than looking for other alternatives.
We turn now to look for inspiration as far as color is concerned and it is in that sense that we find more daring proposals. In Harmony and Design They have chosen a mint green kitchen, which is certainly adorable, but that is always scary that it is a color that tires with time.
In Decofeelings We found an article on mustard accents that also includes some images of kitchens and dining rooms in which the mustard color has a certain prominence. It is not about using it mostly but in some key details.
And much more crazy is still the kitchen we have seen in Vintage and chic: an amazing kitchen in blue and orange that probably none of us would like to have in houses, but which is one of those that always likes to see and that can provide inspiration even if only in small details.
And we close with a luxury rental home in Italy, Mazzini 31, which we have seen this week in Chic and Deco and that gives us inspiration for each and every one of the rooms of the house, but also for the kitchen that has an interesting contrast of materials and has steel as one of its great protagonists.
And here our decorative week today, we return next Sunday, which will be the first of March.