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Subtelne pastele – jak wprowadzić je do kuchni?

Subtelne pastele – jak wprowadzić je do kuchni?

Pastelowe kolory są lekkie, delikatne i kobiece. Obdarzają wnętrze subtelnością oraz przytulnością. Sprzyjają odpoczynkowi i koją zmysły, dzięki czemu pomagają stworzyć relaksujące wnętrze. W jaki sposób możemy wprowadzić pastele do kuchni? Poznajcie nasze 3 sposoby.

Pastelowe meble kuchenne

Wybierając meble kuchenne, w pierwszej kolejności rozważamy bezpieczne i popularne biele, szarości, brązy czy drewno. Szukając inspiracji na ponadczasowy i spokojny wystrój, możemy wyjść poza ten schemat i sięgnąć po pastele. Wśród nich znajdziemy uniwersalne odcienie, często spotykane w kuchennych wnętrach, takie jak bielone szarości, beże i ecru. Natomiast zwolennicy odważnych aranżacji mogą sięgnąć po pastelowe kolory mebli, które z pewnością wyróżnią wnętrze: różowy, zielony, żółty, fioletowy czy niebieski.

Zabudowa w nietypowych odcieniach pastelowych jest oryginalna, ale zarazem mocno definiuje aranżację. Dla zachowania harmonii we wnętrzu, możemy dopełnić ją neutralnymi kolorami, takim jak biel czy szarość. Jeżeli natomiast chcemy przełamać delikatny wygląd pastelowych mebli, wprowadźmy do kuchni dodatki w intensywnych kolorach. Dzięki nim unikniemy monotonii i jednowymiarowości wystroju.

Pastelowe ściany w kuchni

Kolor ścian wydaje się najbardziej oczywistym sposobem na wprowadzeni pasteli do wnętrza. W odróżnieniu od mebli kuchennych, ściany w pastelowych odcieniach są bezpieczne i popularne. Stanowią doskonałą bazę dla pozostałych elementów wystroju. Bielone kolory pasują do większości aranżacji. Są delikatne i słabe nasycone, dzięki czemu nie przytłaczają aranżacji. Pastelowe kolory ścian ładnie komponują się z meblami i dodatkami w  modnych odcieniach beżu, bieli i szarości.

Jasne pastele na ścianie są jednak mało praktyczne. Zabrudzenia, o które w kuchni nietrudno, mocno zaznaczają się na takim tle. W związku z tym w strefach roboczych, szczególnie nad blatem i kuchenką, warto zastosować inny rodzaj wykończenia niż farby. Praktycznym kompromisem są płytki w pastelowych odcieniach, z których znacznie łatwiej usuniemy zabrudzenia. Możemy również zamontować na ścianie szklany panel, który ochroni pastelowe powierzchnie przed zabrudzeniami.

                                                                                                                Fot. Zlewozmywak Schock.

Pastelowe dodatki i zlewozmywaki

Pastelowe dodatki to hit aranżacyjny. Talerze, kubki, pojemniki na przyprawy czy tekstylia w bielonych odcieniach goszczą w wielu kuchniach. Szczególnie tych inspirowanych nowoczesną klasyką oraz skandynawskim wzornictwem.  Innym sposobem na wprowadzenie pasteli do kuchni jest małe AGD (np. tostery, czajniki i roboty kuchenne) a nawet armatura! Zlewozmywak w pastelowym odcieniu wystarczy, aby kuchnia zyskała nieprzeciętny wygląd. Taki produkt znajdziemy w  najnowszej kolekcji  firmy Schock – twórcy i wiodącego producenta zlewozmywaków granitowych klasy premium. Projektanci Schock stworzyli nową linię kolorystyczną Millenial Line, w której znajdują się m.in. zlewozmywaki w odcieniu pastelowego różu oraz szarości. Uzupełnieniem kolekcji są biżuteryjne baterie i akcesoria w kolorze miedzi, chromu oraz lśniącej czerni.

Jak widzicie, pastele możemy wprowadzić do kuchni w zdecydowany sposób lub w postaci kilku, dekoracyjnych elementów. Dzięki przygaszonej tonacji nadadzą wnętrzu piękny, elegancki a zarazem subtelny wygląd.

Fot. Schock.

 

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