In a recent renovation we shared, we highlighted how the design seamlessly flowed from the kitchen to the powder room. To accomplish this, the homeowners chose to carry similar textures and shapes in the design for both rooms. They also used similar colors and materials. Take a closer look below!
The square detail in the overhead cabinet mimics the square back splash tiles. The shape of the glass also works together with the clean lines in the kitchen. These cabinets add in more storage while still being stylish and staying true to the decor of the room. The glass doors and the stainless steel casings move the eye up and around the room, but it doesn’t distract from the overall design.
The light fixture over the eat-in kitchen table draws the decor’s color choice into the accessories of the room. There is a splash of red in the light figure that coordinates both with the color of the cabinetry in the room and the paint color used in the kitchen.
Now we move into the adjoining powder room. These colors used in both rooms aren’t the same, but they are close enough to work together intentionally. The bowl of the sink coordinates with the color choices of the paint in the room as well as the cabinets and the lighting fixture in the kitchen. Finally, the back splash tiles and the countertop used in the kitchen are also used as accents in the powder room.
When bridging a design between two rooms, it’s important to use colors and textures that are similar so the elements coordinate yet each room has its own flavor.