5 Luxury Kitchen Ideas For Your Interior Designs

Have a little extra space in your HDB? Or an old kitchen that is in a major need of some aesthetic update? Or do you simply feel like it’s time for a change in your outdated kitchen designs? Whatever the case, have no fear – because today, we’ll be featuring 5 luxury kitchen ideas that you’ll definitely fall in love with for your HDB interior designs.

 

1. A whole new world

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Make your HDB kitchen a whole new world by designing a brand new entrance for it. Feature-length glass doors with aluminum framing are totally trending these days, and are the best choice for a kitchen refurbishment project. You can also go for a contrasting backsplash, cabinet laminates and countertops to make the aesthetic more eye-catching.

 

2. Openness and continuity

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Marbled and glossy is the best material choice to go for if you’re thinking of an open kitchen. The glossy texture in marbled texture inspires a naturally luxurious look, which can be enhanced by complementary floor tiles and in-built chrome appliances. With a wine-rack and some inspired lighting choices, you’ll definitely have a beautiful open kitchen that will blow everyone’s mind away.

 

3. The chamfer

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Sometimes, having a chamfer to connect the right angles of your kitchen countertop can make all the difference in the world. This chamfer is usually a 45’ angled slant that adds more room on the counter space and makes the overall ambiance infinitely more stylish than it is with a simple right-angled match.

 

4. Feature cabinetry

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If you own a lot of crockery that you’d like to showcase or have a glass or mug collection that you want to feature, then an inbuilt cabinet with lighting is the best choice for your luxury kitchen. It allows you to showcase all your beloved kitchen paraphernalia while being a unique design element at the same time.

 

5. The half-open effect

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For those who want only a small part of their new kitchen design to be shown-off, going for the half-glass wall effect is a good choice. It consists of a glass partition to be installed over the countertop so that only a part of the kitchen is visible from the outside. It’s a great way to make the kitchen a part of your home without giving too much away.

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