The kitchen is one of the rooms we use the most in our homes. It is where we create our delicious masterpieces, so why not make it the most beautiful part of the house? Here are some designs and ideas that will bring some inspiration.
Perhaps the most unique feature of this kitchen is the countertop-turned-chalkboard. After all, why not? Could be a great memo pad, and a fun area for the kids. The old school oven is also a noteworthy focus point in this.
All white, it never gets old or tiring. Aside from the obvious lack of colour palette, what draws most attention to this kitchen is the tile pattern, providing a beautiful detail and giving the necessary texture.
The glossy tiles work as the perfect splashback to this kitchen, and with the wooden floors, the look is the perfect combination of modern and classic.
Monochrome always looks good, especially if you have a marble sink to go with the dark countertops.
A mix between white, black, and brown; classic, elegant tonalities that look amazing in a kitchen. The decorative wooden ceiling beams give the place a harmonic shape.
This quite modern kitchen features an interestingly shaped island, which actually is very practical, maximising the use of space and people who can sit at the table.
Lots of little details enhance this country kitchen, such as the hanging lamps or the tiling on the splashback and the exhaust fan. But the bookcase and iron teapot steal the show.
You would never guess by looking at this picture, but this kitchen is actually tiny- only 4m2. The mirrors as splashbacks do all the magic. It is also strategically designed with pots hanging from the ceiling. Small and all, there is even a space for books.
Rustic-styled table, simple flooring, and black tiles accent wall are the elements that make this kitchen both simple, spacious and highly functional.
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While bright colours (especially on the ceiling) might tire you over time, if you have the luxury to have a very spacious kitchen – with high ceilings – this is a great way to decorate it and make it more homey.
Rugs on the kitchen floor, why not? It works for this country kitchen, especially because of the wooden floor. The green splashback has the same tonalities as the only painting hanging in the room, a perfect touch.
The geometrical but irregular tiling of this kitchen break the pattern of symmetry you can otherwise find in the rest of the room, which is in itself a hot decorating tip.
A kitchen can be comfy, too. Especially if you have this view!
This quite geometrical kitchen gets all the texture from the tiled splashback, bordered cupboards, and unique wooden countertop. Sometimes less is more.
Different colour palettes make this kitchen one of a kind, especially because of the tonalities chosen: blue, red and yellow; all three of the primary colours.
A patterned, tiled splashback is a wonderful choice to give texture to a kitchen, especially if it shares the same tonalities as the cupboards.
A statement floor should not be overlooked, sometimes is all you need to make your kitchen look unique and raw.
Not all the seats you place at the kitchen table have to be stools or modern and uncomfy chairs, just go with the style of your kitchen.
Why not install oval-like doors for the pantry? It works well as the focus point of this classic kitchen.