Silver Kitchens: Ideas & Inspiration
Glittering and sparkle, silver is all about the dusting of glamour. And you can certainly dress your kitchen in something with that much beauty and bold femininity. Create a place of mystery and fashion by dipping and accenting your kitchen in some silver hues. Let’s take a peek at several inspiration silver kitchens and see if one strikes your fancy!
1. Classic Steel.
You can never go wrong with accenting your kitchen with beautiful, glistening stainless steal appliances. It will give any style kitchen the right kind of silvery accents.
2.Gray W/ Silver.
Use a gray foundation and accent it with the sine and spiciness of a silver accent. It’s certainly modern and futuristic, but still functional and easy to work with.
3. Cranberry Pops.
Two tones you may not think of when it comes to kitchen decor, a smooth and sultry cranberry and silver could be just what you need to create a sexy and stylish kitchen. It’ll be an easy space to entertain and explore new dishes in!
4. Homey Style.
Pair all of those silver appliances and accents with a firm white. It’ll create a hominess and welcoming ethos, but something that’s still very in-the-now and impressionable.
5. Muted Tone.
If you want something more subdued and relaxing, go for a muted tone. Silvers, grays and transparent touches, like the chandelier for example, create a cloudy day feel that’s perfect for a little R&R.
6. Just a Mint.
We love the neutral foundation set in this silver kitchen. And what we love even more if the hint of mint in the corner. It’s such a charming, way to add a bit of your own personality.
7. Mixing Matches.
The combination of wood panels and stainless steel truly makes this an eclectic mix of sorts. When you pair two ends of the spectrum, in the right ways, you get something unique and personal.
8. Blue Hues.
This kitchen puts you in a bit of a trance don’t you think? The silver bounces off the beautiful walls and you’ll feel like your floating through the house.
9. More Masculine.
Pair your silvers with a darker charcoal or even black for a more masculine feel. It’s edgy, it’s a bit rock’n’roll and it’s super stylish in all the right ways.
10. Bit of French.
Pair a bit of French Victorian flair with your contemporary silver accents and coating. It will be a unique take on the usual golden hues of the vintage era.