Retro Aesthetics And Play Of Colors In The Kitchen

Creativity has no limits. Like a blank canvas on which pieces of different colors are superimposed until a new work of art is created. This is the kitchen that reminds us of the kitchens of the mid-20th century.

A kitchen inspired by the domestic spaces of the 50s in the United States invites us to explore the possibilities of the use of color in an area such as the kitchen. A selection of four surprising tones has served as inspiration for a kitchen that breaks with established canons and recovers an iconic vintage aesthetic that, as a result, brings us a colorful, daring, and current kitchen.

The kitchen, shares space with several designers from different disciplines. A space for art and design, the perfect atmosphere to encompass this ode to color in a retro key that contributes to the harmonization of the space with a combination of colors among which we find Brick -a kind of tile tone-, Blush -a pink pastel-, Liquid Glass -gray- and Marble Green.

A casual and dynamic kitchen that explores a selection of decorative laminates, unusual in kitchen design such as brushed aluminum or textured metals. Materials that give a new air to space as static as the kitchen, updating the aesthetics of the heart of the house.

Here is some inspo from retro designs we found to be the exact example of retro aesthetics in the kitchen:









Tags: decorations, home decor, interior design, kitchen, kitchen decor, retro aesthetics, retroo kitchen design

Author: Renata Kralevska

Renata Kralevska

A passionate female writer, I specialize in articles about architecture and home interiors. I love sharing insights and inspiration to help readers create beautiful and functional living spaces.


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