It is indeed impressive that designers are able to come up with interior designs using computer aided programs. They would turn out really nice and sleek which will encourage homeowners to get that certain design in actual. It is a nice way of presentation that will give clients a perfect view of how their space will look like after the project is done. That way, everything will be clear and detailed from the design to the materials as well as the layout. With that, we are going to feature some kitchen visualizations that you will surely like.
I like how the wooden features of the kitchen compliment with the gray floor tiles. There are also others elements here that made it look even lovelier like the pendant lights and the use of steel. This kitchen is a re-creation of a 1950’s home wherein architectural finishes, fixtures, and accessories were selected to marry the client's rustic, yet modern industrial style. Aside from wood, you can also see that this kitchen used bricks too for the walls. And it does look really nice making it appear very rustic!
Drum chandeliers are probably one of my favorite styles for chandeliers or pendant lamps because it looks so simple but it looks really well with any type of space - may it be traditional, contemporary, transitional and even modern spaces. I like how this kitchen actually seem contemporary but at the same time feel traditional and it's just so beautiful. The chandeliers in this kitchen are a bit of a drum actually, only with a bit of cone feel to it. This white kitchen from Ellen Grasso & Sons, LLC is something we see in American homes and still, people loves recreating this in their homes even when it is in fact a common look; but then again, people love things other people love too, and I think it's normal.