Victorian Railway CarriageScandinavian Kitchen, London
Photo: Chris Snook © 2015 Houzz
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Accessorise with bright accentsWith a simple monochrome scheme, such as the one in this retro converted railway carriage, the colour and interest comes from the accessories. The result is a very cool bohemian vibe. Try something similar yourself by sticking to a palette of three or four accent colours of a similar intensity and you’ve got this look nailed.If you like this look, browse more midcentury kitchen photos in our photo section.
‘The kitchen is a modular design our builder modified to fit the space,’ says Keith. ‘We had to re-level the kitchen floor to fit it in.’Mark and Keith stocked the kitchen with a basic set of utensils and kit. ‘You need to have two of everything,’ says Mark. ‘You can’t constantly be thinking, do I have a whisk down in Dungeness? It would drive you mad.’Kitchen units and worktop, Ikea.
What Houzz users are commenting on:
Accessorize with bright accents. With a monochromatic scheme, such as in this converted railcar, the color and interest come from the accessories. The result is a very cool bohemian vibe. Stick to a palette of three or four accent colors of similar intensity.