Farmhouse Style is a hot trend right now. We put together a collection of inspirational images to help get you started on your farmhouse kitchen project. Whether you are starting with a new build or renovating your existing kitchen. Let us know which one of these ideas is your favorite in the comment section!
Today’s Mid Modern formula is to clean, open, minimal, functional. These has never been more popular. Add mid-century modern elements to your kitchen design ideas to enlarge and brighten your small space and put fun back into cooking!
Modern Japanese Kitchen
The combination of wooden furniture with steel appliances give you the peaceful of the Japanese world. Cooking on modern appliances make you feel good. Attached garden make you feel like that you are having food with nature.
Comfortable Minimalist Asian Kitchen
The rustic kitchen style is also known for its stunning natural wooden kitchen cabinetry which exudes a rugged, down home appeal and comfort. The rustic kitchen cabinet style is also not that different from the country kitchen style as both exude warmth, comfort and natural coziness. Both styles also project a timeless elegance, however, when it comes to the aesthetics, the rustic kitchen cabinet style is more unrefined.
Rustic Stone Kitchen
Stone may be the changing feature of rustic kitchen. It is not that common in interior designs Use it in focal areas. Don’t cover entire wall with stone in order to have a beautiful design, just cover some portion of the wall. If you don’t trust your instincts ask a professional for help and get some inspiration from these decors.
When Rustic And Modern Collide
White metro tiles are an essential in the industrial kitchen, and they’re cheap as chips, too. What you’re aiming for is a 1930s-public-urinal vibe, and to get this you need to be liberal with the tiling.
Tradition meets Industrial
We love how this kitchen mixes traditional Victorian-esque accents with the original industrial features of the space, as well as the functional pieces like the oven hood and the stove.
Eclectic Industrial Kitchen
Uncommonly Pretty Kitchen
The kitchen is the heart of your home. Whether your style is sophisticated or rustic—or your color preference is for earthy neutrals, cheery brights, or gleaming white—you’ll find not only loads of inspiration but also practical ideas here from some of our favorite kitchens.
Dramatic hanging lights illuminate the kitchen island with its pretty chairs. A heavy-gauge raffia on the walls adds textural interest. Accents in royal blue add color and pattern.
A warm copper hood and captain’s chairs add timeless style to this kitchen, contrasting nicely with the ivory and bisque cabinets and island.
In the kitchen of this Chicago penthouse, the breakfast area is subtle and muted, letting the city view command attention. The handsome bar is crafted from ebony walnut.
Kitchen With A Confident Air
This kitchen has a self-assured look. A stainless steel pharmacist’s cabinet fashioned into an island is topped with honed blue limestone. Cabinets and trim painted a deep charcoal contrast with the marble countertops and backsplash.
Everything about this kitchen says welcome, from the shelves for cookbooks.
It’s all in the details for this kitchen, highlighted with a beautiful lamps, handsome handles on the stove and an island topped with marble.
In this glamorous kitchen, the double refrigerator with bottom freezers has mirror-and-wood panel fronts for furniture styling. Windows on each side of the range and transoms above the hood invite sunlight.
Folk Art Style
Because folk art finds peek from the corners of this crisp white kitchen in a summer home on Nantucket. Glass shelving on the bottom of the island and the light fixtures reminiscent of ship lights add vintage charm.
White eclectic kitchen
Do not just stuck with fruit or flower pictures for your kitchen decoration.
Sometimes you need to be a little bit brave to put something uncommon there such as these artistic painting and pictures.
Also the glass front wooden cabinet and a custom refrigerator which combine with white dominating color.
Small kitchen with balcony
Modern kitchen design is sometimes broadly categorized as any style that’s less traditional and more contemporary—but in fact, all modern design has specific roots in terms of its time period, style and inspirations.
Whereas traditional kitchen styles often focus more of their design on natural materials for cabinets, countertops, floors and furniture, modern kitchen designs depart from this aesthetic fairly frequently, often featuring man-made materials like laminate, ceramics and molded plastics. That’s not to say that modern kitchens can’t, shouldn’t or don’t feature man-made materials—they almost always do, and often to great effect. Granite countertops, sleek hardwood floors and expertly designed wooden furniture featuring the signature curves and angles of modern design can often be found in modern kitchens.
Finally, furniture choices can contribute greatly to any modern kitchen design. Tables, stools, chairs and benches are available in an array of angular and flowing designs. Materials like wood, plastic and metal are employed in a modern or industrial style, often featuring bold and bright colors that can add great visual interest to any elegant and efficient modern kitchen design.
Let’s Have a look at the best kitchen style of 2018
Vibrant Colour Schemes
The use of colour in the kitchen is extremely important and should reflect homeowners
Vibrant colour schemes will continue to be popular for 2018 with a focus on both Scandinavian application – pops of bright colour – or complete maximalism –with colour clashes
Multi – User Kitchens