Kitchen / June 21, 2018 / Elie Ignace.
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.
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.
Once in place, they will dictate the feel and looks of your cooking haven, and there will be little to do to compensate their functionality if you mess up with them. More often than rare, cabinetry prices are not connected to the looks, and won’t be such a decisive criterion for you to decide whether your kitchen needs it.
We’re still seeing natural wood elements in the kitchen and the floor is where this design statement is being made. Noted above, wood countertops are on the upswing, thick wood shelving and more textured door styles in clear or semi-opaque stains are beautiful design elements in 2018 kitchens. Backsplashes are generally quiet affairs, creating to a visual flow in the design. Seamless engineered stone with soft patterns are trending. Tile for the backsplash is either very small shapes or larger format sizes.
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