Frankly, kitchens tend to be quite challenging to design. This is mostly in part because the standard design of these kitchens is quite conventional, and designers have to take special measures in order to make them a more cohesive part of the design. Good and relevant material choices tend to play a huge role in doing so, and today, we’ll be sharing 5 tips for selecting the best kitchen materials for your home design.
1. Study the dimensions
Appraising the size and dimensions of your existing kitchen is extremely important when you’re at the point of selecting materials. Of course the best possible choice is going to be tiles, but the color, texture and possible placement of such tiles can be hard to determine. For example, a tile that looks good on the floor may not look good on the walls and vice versa. Or a dark colored tile choice may render your small kitchen smaller than it already looks. So always appraise the quality of your space before the material selection.
2. Exciting color combinations
Backsplash is the best way to introduce an artistic streak in your kitchens. While the floors are always done in a single, monotonous version of the tiles, you can have a little fun with the backsplash. You can use various complementary colors, subway tiles and even mosaic to make the space look interesting and attractive.
3. Make sure to match
Always make sure that the backlash and the rest of the kitchen materials complement each other. You cannot go for a bright yellow backsplash and complement it with a rustic sandstone tile texture. However, you can use a nice collage of paranekin tiles for the backsplash and expertly complement it with a cloudy grey tile texture.
4. Go sleek but simple
Sleek and simple is the best way to ensure the visual and functional efficiency of your kitchen design. Therefore the laminate materials that you use for your cabinets must always be very understated and clean in design. Wood, high-gloss and matt surfaces are the best material choices to go for in order to ensure that.
5. In-built all the way
If you want to introduce that extra-special, sleek, modernistic vibe in your interior designs, then going for an in-built cabinet with appliances is the best way to go. The material choice for such an accessory has to be extremely sleek and single-toned. Black or white are the best choices to go for.