Luxury Kitchen Designs to Inspire You
A new kitchen can be the cause of great excitement in your family. You might find yourself spending more than your fair share of time perfecting recipes, and the whole family can enjoy precious time together sampling your latest creations.
However, a new kitchen can be costly and as such you will want it to last years without having to be redone. Consider some of our tips below to get yourself the latest fashions that luxury kitchens have to offer and more importantly one that will not go out of style.
Dark or white wood, straight cabinets
There is no need to consider complicated, multi-patterned kitchen cabinets that were once essential. Patterns in the kitchen can get dull quickly; these days it is better to opt for a clean-cut and simple cabinet design in a single pattern or finish, such as white or mahogany. The overall look of matching cabinets and cupboards in a neat dark wood finish is both stylish and pleasant to be around.
Stainless steel cooker, small appliances
A stainless steel cooker and matching appliances, such as a toaster and microwave, are both stylish and practical. The shiny, metallic look, provided it’s used sparingly, i.e. not on the cabinets as well as the cooker, is always likely to remain in fashion.
What’s more, stainless steel is easy to clean and easy to keep looking like new, however much time you spend in your new kitchen.
Integrated large appliances
A very simple way to keep your kitchen stylish is by not having too many different styles or patterns. If you have opted for the light wood or darker mahogany look, you can get your fridge, freezer, dishwasher and other large appliances to match, by integrating the door into your kitchen’s style. Your new kitchen will look effortlessly stylish without any eyesores such as a blue fridge!
Combine kitchen/dining room
Modern kitchens now tend to be more than just a kitchen. Separate kitchens and dining rooms are a thing of the past and if yours are separate, it might be worth considering transforming the two rooms into one. Get a table to match your units, a breakfast bar for quick snacks and you might find you have a lot of space for cooking and eating.
Spotlights, not pendants
Kitchens can often lack space and by having pendant lights inside it can make them look even smaller. Using spotlights or flush lights instead can help you create a huge amount of light without using up vital head space.
A bold color surrounding them adds style and you might be amazed to see just how much more roomy your kitchen looks at the end of it.