5 Luxurious Kitchen Design Ideas

Kitchen represents one of the curious areas in your home that lends itself to a number of different *uses.

You can cook in it, have your breakfast in it, discuss the family budget in it, or, if you’re a busy mom who’s  finished with daily chores, tired but content with her efforts – she can put on a slightly oversized sweater and sit at the kitchen table while holding a cup of hot tea with both hands looking very pensive, indeed!

That being said, getting your kitchen to be a place that’s both useful for the household and that actually looks good can be a great way to unleash your creative potential.

In this article, we’ll propose to you five design ideas you can use to furnish your kitchen. Of course, some of these can be pricey, but you can always exclude the parts you don’t like and personalize your kitchen theme so that it suits your taste and budget best.

Right then, without further ado, here are our picks.

 

5 Kitchen Design Ideas

 

1) Stainless Steel

Generally speaking, stainless steel goes well with all the tools and surfaces related to preparing or preserving food.

Since it doesn’t rust, this specialized ‘breed’ of metal has become beloved by cooks and industrial manufacturers alike, besides its ability to not succumb to oxidation, it possesses pretty decent durability properties. Plus, knives made out of stainless steel tend to be pretty sharp, indeed.

Now, as far as furniture is concerned, you can find a number of kitchen appliances with a stainless steel coating. Whether it’s fridges, stoves, cookers, and other food-related gadgetry, there are plenty of stainless steel options out there on the market so you can explore to your heart’s content if you fancy using this material as the central theme for your kitchen.

 

2) Industrial Furnishings

Possibly one of the best ways to combine an interesting look with great utility would be to fashion your kitchen in the image of a scaled-down industrial food manufacturer.

Such styling would include large overhanging stainless steel aspirators, professional-level stoves, a coffee machine configuration, refrigeration devices, and an otherwise minimal amount of decorations. The goal here is to make your kitchen look professional and provide you with the best cooking results as possible, as opposed to making it look pretty just for the sake of it.

With this sort of configuration, you’re looking at spending more money on high-quality kitchenware, but on the other hand, you’ll save money by not buy buying expensive chairs, tables, and other unnecessary objects. Pretty cool, what’s not to like?

 

3) Wooden Furniture

If you’re more into a warm, domestic look as opposed to hardcore industrial style furnishings, you might want to get some wood onboard.

When it comes to all things related to home décor, wood is a material that doesn’t fail to impress no matter how much of it we use it. Whether it’s elaborate parquets, wooden cabinets and other pieces of furniture, or even wooden cutlery, a kitchen can benefit greatly appearance-wise if you opt for wood as your decorative weapon of choice.

Of course, you need to mind the moisture and cover the sensitive areas with some sort of protective coating, lest it starts rotting down the road.

 

4) Marble-Based Cooking Environment

For those looking for an elegant material which will add depth and a touch of high class to your kitchen, marble can be a great option, indeed.

Of course, if you do decide to go with this material, you’ll only be decking walls and other hard surfaces with it. Maybe your bar top, as well.

As far as chunky kitchen appliances are concerned, the goal is to find the ones that would match the marble in the best way. Stainless steel, for example, can go well with marble. Otherwise, you can choose from other solutions, such as appliances with a dark matte finish.

 

5) Dining Area + Kitchen

Turning the place where you prepare your food into a place where you can dine as well can be an excellent way to kill two birds with one stone.

Not only can you save space this way (by freeing up the dining room), but you can award your kitchen a special sort of vibe, so to speak. Think of a Japanese restaurant where they prepare the food in front of you and then you get served immediately.

The great thing about this approach is that it doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg to pull it off. Other than the standard kitchen appliances and the storage areas that every kitchen can’t go without, all you need is a big table, some chairs – and you’re all set!

All things considered, decorating your kitchen can be loads of fun, especially if you have a theme you’d like to bring to life. As you can see, there are many choices out there, so you’re bound to find great options that work well for your needs. And remember, if you’re not enjoying yourself while designing your kitchen, you’re not doing it right!

 

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