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kitchen design could you stumped or you simply need some inspiration, we have a few of the ways, you can update your kitchen with functional style.
Kitchens we are currently coveting, and consider how their unique details can work within your home!
New trend. Take a risk and open storage
You don't always have to cover up with cabinets. Embrace open cabinets similar to how you would a bookcase, and let your pieces stand on their own. The key is making sure all your serverware and glassware is of a similar style; this will prevent your space from looking unorganized and sloppy.
Sleek design with Stainless-steel
Stainless-steel appliances are all the rage, but it doesn't have to stop there. For the ultimate use of this metal, try it in other details, like seating. In this particular kitchen, it offers a nice contrast against the white subway tiles.
Go bold and welcome patterns
Often kitchens and color can seem like an unlikely match, but that doesn't have to be the case. This kitchen incorporated beautiful shades of gray, blues, and black against crisp, white cabinets so the appliances and accents could really stand out.
Don’t be afraid to use colors.
There are no rules when it comes to designing a space. Overall, this kitchen is classic with the exception of the blue cabinets — proof you can have fun with color no matter your style. Tie it all together with accents, dinnerware, and art in a similar shade to prevent your bold design from feeling out of place.
Style your kitchen
If you're seeking a sleek interior, then consider an (almost) all-white kitchen. Not only does it channel a professional chef's kitchen, but also, white makes just as much of an impact as a bright color. It's no surprise the marble countertops are the main focus and the cabinets are kept minimal with hardware. Use succulents and greenery to keep the space from feeling too sterile.
Extra counter space
This kitchen is no small space, but it has an island that city-dwellers should take note of. Since portable kitchen islands have no "permanent" location, they make dinner prep a breeze and offer additional storage if your space falls short.
Your island as a central point, Light it up!
This kitchen used chandeliers to give an oversize island a styled touch. Although the three light fixtures — — are an unlikely option, they work in the space because they are of a similar color and finish to the room's woodwork.