Red Kitchen Ideas and Designs
no overhead units on wall an option .. but would need to compensate with double press space in island - reggie9999
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Combine with classic redPillar-box red and grey are a failsafe combination, especially if you want a bigger impact than accessories can bring. Opt for one relatively large standout red item – it could be a 1950s-style fridge, a painted dresser or perhaps a range cooker – for maximum impact. - richard_mckeogh
Handpainted red in-frame shaker kitchen with granite worksurfaces and a large island with inset oak chopping board.
I like these red light fittings - dpaulsberg
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This kitchen has it all! Beautiful cabinetry, a custom backsplash and a huge island that offers seating, storage, counter space and two sinks. The contrast between the light-colored cabinetry at the back and the eye-catching, vibrant center island offers a whimsical pop!
Bill Rettberg Photography
Galley kitchen, Gloss ‘Enigma Red’ 2 pak feature doors.
Front- Black Gloss Createc, pantry shelves & cabinets in Charcoal Melamine. Premium 30mm Black Galaxy Granite bench tops. Pantry in dark gloss laminate. Sliding pantry door system Kethy ‘Exterus’ and Mirastar glass pantry door with large 2 way handle. Luxury continues to custom made outdoor kitchen area.
The contemporary kitchen features modern appliances cased in a sleek, red gloss. The kitchen provides a great amount of space with several cabinets for storage. The island features a practical, built-in oven for easy use. The heavy red is offset by clean, white counter tops and a white dining table and broad wooden doors.
Photography by Daniel Swallow.
With this homeowner being a geologist, they were looking for a very earthy, stone-based feel. The stone for the countertop was selected first, and then a bright color was found to match the rusted stone esthetic. The window was also opened to give life to the owner’s beautiful view and grey upper-cabinets were used to tie the appliances into the rest of the design. Under-cabinet lighting was added as well to keep the space bright and functional throughout the evening.
Treve Johnson Photography