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Kitchen of the Week: A Color-Blocked Kitchen in Belgium

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Aug 01, 2015 01:04 AM
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by Julie Carlson last modified Jul 31, 2015

Admired recently: a color-blocked kitchen in Mechelen, Belgium, by Antwerp-based interiors architect  Dries Otten . Using a materials palette of birch plywood, Formica laminate, and pegboard, Otten created a clean-lined but colorful loft oasis in a converted schoolhouse. Above: A mismatched group of wooden seating is punctuated by a lone blue side chair. Above: Otten specializes in color-blocked cabinetry.  Above: A green laminate slab defines the sink area. Above: The range hood is clad in a color-block pattern of blues with a single accent strip of orange. Above: An adjoining work area with a wall-mounted shelf. For more kitchens with a bit of color, take a look at Trend Alert: 13 Kitchens with Colored Refrigerators  and  The English Kitchen with Jewel-Toned Accents   More Stories from Remodelista 10 Favorites: Colorful Accessories for the Kitchen Sink Vote for the Best Kitchen in the Remodelista Considered Design Awards: Amateur Category Small Kitchen Ideas: How to Maximize Storage in a Minimal Kitchen






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