Genivee Perret November 21, 2019 Kitchen
Whether paired with – or without – stylish poured concrete, wood makes a warming addition to a contemporary kitchen. If you’re looking to add depth to your space, consider opting for dark or red-toned woods or keep things a little lighter, brighter and more Scandi-inspired with beech and other light-colored woods.
If an ultra-modern, all white scheme is too much for your taste (or you can’t trust yourself to keep it looking spotless) consider opting for cabinetry in an on-trend, blue-grey pastel shade, instead.
An open plan kitchen may require more thought, especially if space is limited. An L-shape kitchen takes full advantage of the space available for storage and even a quaint dining area that suits your decor and layout.
As mentioned, designing a contemporary kitchen is about more than the fixtures and fittings you choose (thought these are important, too). What’s at the core of a contemporary kitchen is a space that can function as the hub of the home with plenty of space for engaging and entertaining.
Black is the new grey or in the kitchen world – the new stainless steel. Appropriate for those loving modern and clean look, black appliances can change the entire feel of your current kitchen. Becoming more affordable, this is a trend that we love for 2019.
The best kitchen design fades in the presence of stinky cooking odors. If you’ve ever walked into someone’s home and smelled last night’s fish lingering in the air, you’ll understand the importance of good ventilation.
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