Today’s Kitchens Are All About The Kitchen Experience
The kitchen has clearly become the most important room in the home, so the design focus is on lifestyle and
enjoyment. Yes, the space is about cooking but it is also about atmosphere, socializing, and beautiful, functional design.
Open Kitchen Layout
The lines are being blurred between the kitchen and living space as larger multi-purpose rooms are being created.
Combining the kitchen and lounge areas result in a fluid transition between the spaces.
The muted cool greige tones which is surprisingly
clean and interesting. This kind of kitchen seems
modern and sleek.
By using a countertop that can withstand the heat, this island worktop is able to integrate the stovetop directly
into the counter without using a base, creating an overall kitchen design that is streamlined and sleek.
Material Combination And Cantilever
The island utilizes quarts stone effect in combination
with wood to create a stunning aesthetic, giving the
kitchen a stylish elegance.
Here, the slim bench-top is complemented by a thin,
cantilevered element in natural wood grain, which
acts as a servery, bar or casual dining area.
A little concealed illumination can work wonders for your interior. Great for highlighting work areas and
creating an intimate glow, hidden lighting fixtures are a stylish way to add drama to any scheme.
Note how storage facilities can switch
between meeting kitchen needs and living
room needs to suit the owner’s requirements
at the time.
This kitchen incorporates some kind of open
shelving. This makes the kitchen feel like more
of a dressed room than ever before and not just
a functional space. Seeing as it’s the heart of most
homes these days, this makes absolute sense!
Sleek and Slim
Here, the sleek, contemporary line created by the slim countertop is enhanced by the integrated sink. The
kitchen has a strong linear appeal, and this is mirrored in the geometric shape of the tap. Integrated handles
keep the door panels smooth and clean.