Whether you spend your days cooking, or you enjoy
Skip the hassle of having a
Open Floor Plan
Tear down any constricting walls and bring out the beauty of the room with an airiness that allows you to feel more involved with your guests even if you’re cooking. There is no longer the pressure of having to have an extremely formal space trends over time have evolved, and we are now looking at bringing entertainment even to the kitchen. Therefore, in order to do just that the kitchen needs to be open and grand.
A Twist on Cooking
While most of us are used to electric or heat stoves, kitchens are now becoming a bit more modern with a timeless feel, which is where induction cooking comes into play. Induction cooking is not only safer, but it’s faster, and it’s very much aesthetically pleasing. So much so, that even smaller kitchens can benefit from having this feature as it will remain cooler during long hours of cooking.
Everything one Level
Typically, kitchen islands are a bit higher in height then most of the decor in a kitchen; however, we are now looking at single-level islands as the stylish way of bringing a timeless feel to the area. Having one level throughout the entire room brings an intimate, chic approach is effortless expanding kind of way.
Thanks to technology continuing to evolve LED lights have lost their striking, almost scary approach and have now become useful and fun to incorporate when you want a different kind of vibe. Use LED lights to eliminate negative spaces, brighten up a kitchen island, or bring direct lighting to your cabinetry. LED lights have become quite energy-efficient and long lasting; therefore, no need to worry about them.
Tired of seeing your appliances as the main statement in your kitchen? Try blending your appliances in with your counters. This idea takes decorating to new heights by allowing you customize where and how your appliances are displayed, you can have them as a stand-alone element or as part of your counter décor.
White it Out
White kitchens are not only a classic, but they will never go out of style. You’re more likely to fall out of love with bold hues and bold décor than an all-white space. Keeping that mind, adding bold accessories is the way to go, to keep the area fresh even though it is an all-white space.
Less is more, and that is proven through minimal décor. There is a beautiful effect that happens then the décor is minimal yet makes an impact on its own. The best way to do this is by having a few cabinets in the upper area of your kitchen. This look is airy and put together while still being trendy.
Wood floors have always been a good idea in the kitchen it gives them a warm feeling that is difficult to create in any other manner. However, while hardwood floors are all the rage, wood-like floors are too. Instead of investing in expensive flooring invest in plank material that appears like wood yet is not as expensive as wood.
As spaces become more open, and appliances begin to disappear, sinks will become grander and more involved. While sinks used to be an afterthought they are now the main focus. The key is having a large sink that makes a statement without taking away from your décor, doing so will brighten the room and enhance the area.
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