If your kitchen is outdated, a remodeling project is the perfect opportunity to update the style to match your own. Your kitchen is the heart of your home, where family and friends gather to enjoy time together, so it's important that it's a space you and others enjoy being in. There are many different ways to design your kitchen, but what matters most is that you pick a style that suits your tastes.
Contemporary kitchens beautifully combine old and new styles, creating a warm and family friendly space. They are typically minimalist in style, with sleek lines and bold colors. Cabinets in contemporary kitchens are typically dark wood or black, balanced out by lighter countertops. This style involves very intentional design to keep countertops clean and uncluttered through well-hidden storage compartments.
Farmhouse kitchens combine rustic charm with stylish design. They often have lots of light wood, white cabinets and pops of pastel colors. Farmhouse style kitchens are very inviting spaces, that allow for the incorporation of eclectic and vintage elements. It's common to find intentionally aged furniture in these kitchens that give the space a lived-in feel.
Modern style kitchens are similar to contemporary in their minimalist appearance. However, they are usually less warm in style. Modern kitchen typically incorporate concrete countertops and stainless steel appliances to create a very sleek appearance. Lots of storage is necessary to create a no-clutter look.
Mediterranean style kitchens are inspired by coastal European design and are often very elegant and ornate. Dark wood cabinetry and rich fabrics create a warm atmosphere that can be accented by accessories such as copper pots and ceramic dishes.
Even if your house isn't on the beach, you can still bring the same airy feel into your home with a coastal style kitchen. This style uses lots of green, white, blue and tan colors throughout. Whicker chairs and light wood enhance the beach feel. Coastal kitchens can be accented with modern stainless steel appliances.
These are only a handful of the kitchen styles out there, and at the end of the day, you don't have to stick to a prescribed style for your kitchen remodel. It's important to follow your personal style to design a kitchen that truly suits your needs and preferences.
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