Whether it’s a new-age aesthetic you’re looking for, or you simply want to improve the functional aspects of your house; here are 5 modern kitchen ideas that you can take inspiration from:
1. The dining-bar basic
If there’s one thing that every open kitchen needs, it’s a basic breakfast bar. Not only does it help set the boundary of your kitchen space, but it also helps define the starting of your dining area. What’s even better is that you can just adjust your dining table right next to it. The bar is very versatile and you can even customize its design to make space for your dining ware and even some basic sauces/spices at the front.
2. Always room for in-built’s
Times have certainly changed for the better – especially in the design and construction world – and no kitchen these days has separate appliances. In fact, every nook and cranny of the cabinetry is designed in a way that accommodates the in-built fridge, hob, exhaust, etc. This is one of those trends that’s seen a lot of evolution before becoming a regular, and even top chefs totally approve of it.
3. The white-wood homely aesthetic
The white-and-wood material combination might be a timeless classic, but it’s seldom used in kitchens. However, it certainly has the elegance and refinement to even make the smallest kitchens look absolutely breathtaking. You can do the backsplash and countertops in wood and the cabinets in white. The end results are totally going to blow you away.
4. Easy-reach backsplash hangers
This functionality-based kitchen design trend is definitely one of the best ones. If you’ve ever had to go out of your way to rummage furiously for a utensil in a drawer, then you’ll definitely approve of it as well. These hangers are easily attached to the backsplash and allow you to keep daily use items within close reach.
5. Plain Jane cabinet/drawer doors
Another new kitchen aesthetic trend that has been taking the world by storm is how the cabinets and drawers these days rarely have any handles. While you can actually opt for some stylistic ones, having none seems to be totally a la mode. This makes the whole space look much more visually cleaner and modern than ever before – especially if you’re using plain laminates and finishes.