Have you ever felt like your kitchen is too old fashioned and boring? This is why designers have been steadily coming up with ideas for more hip and trendy kitchen designs. They defy the normal ‘function-over-looks’ concept of the old kitchen designs and focus both on aesthetics and functionality at the same time.
Many people still feel like open kitchens are not suitable for everyday cooking experiences so designers have come up with better ventilation techniques to make up for it. Similarly, there are a lot of other clever interventions that make modern kitchens extremely coveted. So let’s look at 5 kitchens that are the height of trendy chic in order to inspire you.
1. The Industrial Bar Kitchen
This open kitchen has a distinctly industrial style interior design. From the finishes to the lighting and even furniture, everything has a raw, modern vibe that is very attractive. Although it looks small on the outside, rest assured the circulation space behind the bar and counter is more than enough to carry a massive cookout right inside your homes.
2. The Minimalist Kitchen Design
A minimal kitchen design is all about stowing away the clutter to showcase a clean, beautiful exterior and interior. This kitchen retains a very minimal look while highlighting its sleek materials and de-cluttered interior design. Everything is the height of trendy chic – even the small dining space arranged in the small nook by the side.
3. The Hip Attaché Kitchen
Many people do not know that there are categories even in the styles of open kitchens. Like this one, which uses a bar area as a transition space between the living room and the kitchen. It is a very hip trend in kitchen design these days. Additionally, the furniture and the finishes create a beautiful and inspirational overall design.
4. The Slit Window Kitchen
This is a new kind of kitchen design that focuses on creating a private but still interactive kitchen area. A slit window over the kitchen counter opens up into the dining space. It is not very large, but still big enough for the person inside the kitchen to take a good look inside of the dining area. But the people outside have a very hard time looking inside the kitchen itself.
5. Transparent kitchen Design
Nowadays, creating transparency between the kitchen and the rest of the house is very common. It can be accomplished by designing open kitchens. But there is an art to designing full transparency between an open kitchen and the home. This kitchen show just how you can use the openness of the space in tandem with creative materials to create a true transparent experiential space.