The kitchen cabinet adopts visually fresh and soft low-saturation tones, and the color uses gentle and elegant white tones. You will feel calm when you are in the kitchen. The right arc on the door panel makes the overall line smoother and softer, and it does not accumulate dust and is easy to clean.
Kitchen Hierarchy Design
The sense of hierarchy in the kitchen cabinet design can make the space visual more rich and three-dimensional. Compared with flat and straightforward spaces, kitchen cabinets with a sense of hierarchy will be more interesting, which can not only improve the problem of apartment layouts such as low space, but also enhance the design atmosphere.
It is the easiest way to create a sense of visual hierarchy through the use of colors. Whether it is the contrast of different color systems or the collision of depths of the same color system, the simplest level of collision can be produced, making the kitchen cabinet look rich and interesting.
Different materials, different visual effects, using different material combinations on the kitchen cabinet, will naturally produce visual differentiation, thus creating a sense of hierarchy. Common materials include stone, wood veneer, wooden grid, metal, etc. Stone is mainly used in various background walls and countertops. The wood veneer is used in conjunction with the wood grid to make the kitchen cabinet more three-dimensional. The metal is mostly used for embellishment, and it is mostly used on metal strips on the background wall, or door covers, lamps and furniture.