- 1 Rules for choosing finishing materials and techniques for decorating kitchen walls
- 1.1 Types of modern kitchens
- 1.2 How to choose the finishing material for kitchen walls
- 1.3 Avoid unsuccessful combinations
- 1.4 Transition problem
- 1.5 Design of non-working kitchen walls
- 1.6 Examples of decorating walls in the kitchen
Rules for choosing finishing materials and techniques for decorating kitchen walls
The kitchen, perhaps, is one of the few places in the apartment where experiments on combining various finishing materials are not only possible, but they can also give a very original result. Given that the kitchen initially assumes the existence of several zones with different purposes, the walls adjacent to these zones can be trimmed not by one material, but by a wide variety. Therefore, the designer can combine tile tiles in different sizes, textures and colors with wallpaper or paint, textile coating or wooden and plastic panels. An interesting and unusual result can be obtained using decorative types of plaster and natural or artificial stone.
Types of modern kitchens
First of all, you need to decide whether the kitchen will be isolated from other premises of the house or apartment, or it will be combined with the living room. In the first case, the design possibilities are unlimited, in the second - when choosing the design of the walls of the room, it must be remembered that the kitchen area should be harmoniously combined with the guest area, and the transition from one finishing material to another should be as noticeable as possible. There are three main types of kitchens, and any kitchen in any apartment exactly refers to one of them.
- Working kitchen - a room intended solely for cooking. Historically, these cuisines in our country do not enjoy great popularity, but in many country houses and luxury apartments of a large area already provided for such premises.