Mediterranean-style kitchens are very cozy and give us that homely warmth that many of us may need inside our home. A style that links all the countries that surround the Mediterranean Sea, therefore, we see a rich and varied combination of truly unique finishes. Here we show you beautiful designs and ideas that may interest you:
The warm tones They are the ones that are best adapted to achieve a cozy and familiar space, therefore, do not hesitate to incorporate ranges of brown, yellow, terracotta or oxidized-burnt orange. While as decorative accents, red or cobalt blue will help bring it to life.
The more muted tones They are also usually introduced into the decoration, depending on the color scheme you choose, for example a combination of greens and blues, they are a way of evoking the sea, European vineyards or you can also introduce green expressed in plants with small pots.
It is common to find walls with a lot of textureWe can find Venetian-style stone, ceramic or plaster walls in off-white or light muted colors.
Among the most used materials for Mediterranean cuisine are wood and metal. The wood is generally very thick and carved for the cabinets and the central kitchen island. While metallic materials include wrought iron for decorative objects and copper for kitchen utensils such as pots for example.
Mediterranean cuisines include curves very marked in the different components such as taps, extractor hood, lamps or other objects.
Another way to incorporate this style is through beautiful painted tiles by hand displayed in the kitchen backsplash area.
The wooden beams they are also very common, adding a lovely rustic effect.
Here we show you more designs of beautiful Mediterranean-style kitchens for your inspiration: