Take a cue from these modern kitchens, which blend on-trend colors and finishes with classic design to create a space that is not only practical but also reflects your personal style. After all, a new kitchen will completely change the way you work, cook, eat, and entertain, as well as increase the value of your house.
1. CREATE A COLOR SPLASH
Green for dining, blue for work, and pink for cooking – Russell Whitehead and Jordan Cluroe of London-based 2LG Studio used vibrant colour to divide their kitchen into different zones. “Our kitchen is the heart of our home, and the colors we use there carry into the rest of the house,” Whitehead says. “Don’t be afraid to inject personality into your kitchen – color is a perfect way to do so – and then add in textures like tiling, wood, flooring, and polished metal finishes.”
2. BE CREATIVE
The kitchen is made of light oil-treated oak and stainless steel, with a Pietra di Fossena marble countertop and beautiful finger jointed wood drawers highlighting the craftsmanship.
3. MATERIALS THAT ARE ROBUST ARE CELEBRATED
According to architect Sarah Bryant, “the materials were chosen for their honesty and robustness, with a strong instruction from the owners that finishes needed to be durable and appropriate for real family life.” “The bold palette was built around embracing the current red brick.” A wide window leads to the outside porch, allowing the kitchen to be extended outside.
4. CHOOSE A MONOCHROME COLOR
A traditional and elegant colour palette of black, white, and grey shades works wonderfully to build a kitchen that will stand the test of time. “This kitchen achieves a masterful lightness in the room by using a palette of various black textures and materials,” says Gary Moor, designer at DesignSpace London. “As if it were a piece of art, the inset wet zone, clad in white Statuario marble and Glacier White Corian, attracts the eye.”
5. USE METALLIC CABINETS TO MAKE A STATEMENT
The kitchen cabinets were built to imitate standalone pieces of furniture blended into the interior scheme since it is located opposite an open lounge area.
Source : https://www.livingetc.com/modern-kitchen-ideas