Kitchens may often be the main hub of the home, but they are usually not as thoughtfully designed and decorated as, say, the living room; that is not the case for Cubism in the Kitchen. A creative scullery full of chaotic lines and vibrant colors, it looks more like a children's playroom than a place to cook and eat.
Designed by Bulgarian design twins Desislava and Branimira Ivanova of Gemelli Design Studio, Cubism in the Kitchen is uniquely abstract, and so will definitely not appeal to everyone. The energetic interior is fit for fun families and creative types who want to get away from boring and drab rooms. The designers explain, "Our goal was to create a glamorous kitchen combining multiple perspectives as a masterpiece of art affected by the cubism and surrealism styles."
Chaotically Cracked Sculleries
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Lumber Cube Rooms
Zen Minimalism Workspaces
Decoratively Discreet Ventilation
Multi-Purpose Faucet Stations
Extravagantly Expensive Fridges