Kitchen / June 24, 2018 / Laurette Gautier.
Grid motifs are everywhere! Often seen in black, the contrast of a black grid in window muntins, glass cabinet doors, pantry doors, framework surrounding an island or designed into other cabinet sections such as legs, defines form. It’s also a nod to a lite industrial look.
Kitchens work the best with laminate, vinyl, and hardwood, and the choice of patterns and colors is just impressive. You can use flooring to replicate literally every style, from minimalist industrial kitchens to light-tile country French ones.
Integrating appliances into modern kitchens is very popular with more people choosing to integrate their fridges, microwaves and dishwashers. This gives the kitchen a sleek, clean look where the eye is drawn to the design of the kitchen rather than the appliances. Cleverly designed cabinets can hide all sorts of appliances and helps the kitchen integrate seamlessly with the rest of the house.
The modern farmhouse style takes the place of the basic Shaker kitchen we’ve seen since (precise date: 2004) and is a super fresh look! Open shelving in contrasting colors, lighter finishes in quartersawn oak cabinetry or painted cabinetry in soft whites, reclaimed-like wood elements with clean lines and a pleasing less-is-more approach. An inset door construction with slab door and drawer fronts in quartersawn oak is ideal for a modern farmhouse look.
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