Kitchen design tailored with the way that you use the space to do your things like cooking or cake baking—whether its designonly small or simple details—this will make a kitchen the best part of your house.
In this post, you’ll find kitchen design and remodeling ideas to inspire you with your project.
1. Green Shaker Style Cupboards Geometrics Tiles
This kitchen designed in a Shaker style—not too modern or not too vintage. The cheerful color come from the units and the walls, the kitchen island is based on a vintage piece, the marble countertop makes everything looks elegant. The Moroccan tiles to cheer the situation.
2. Simple Tile Design with Colorful Accessories
One row of this classic tiles is the perimeter of this kitchen’s wall, and the touch of the natural wool give rustic impression and also colourful accessories and linens.
3. Pretty Vintage
Keith McNally, the owners of the restaurant Balthazar in London, uses vintage touch for his interiors as ambiences by usingvermont pine for the cabinets, reconditioned tiles which come from refurbished factories.
4. Traditional Kitchen Design with Ornamental Coppers Pans
Mimi Thorisson’s kitchen in her home, France, she is a collector of antique copper pans and she’d hung the pans above a dark wood chest which stores bottles of wine. Checkered tiledfloor adds to the farmhouse feel.
5. Open-Plan Kitchen Design with Blue Units
Traditional and modern pieces work well together in this kitchen. Carrara-marble-countertop to bring warmth to the space.
6. Awesome Colour Block
This kitchen combines the cheerful primary colors, to brighten up your day!
7. Going Green
This 20th century furniture and the splendid selection of period architectureare complement one another to make the narrative coherent like this 1850s-style floorboards, fresh white painted walls but the cupboards are in green.
8. Checkerboard Flooring Kitchen Design
This kitchen’s flooring uses checkerboard and matching with gleaming chrome and simple storage for a look that’smonochromatic colors alwayslook modern and chic. The dining room separated from kitchen by a glass partition.
9. With Pretty Neon Design
How about the mix between old and new in your kitchen design? A vintage paintof a chef hangs above a cantilevered stainless-steel table, equipped with contrasting neon chairs and flooring.
10. Fabulous Mid-Century Flooring
The kitchen’s look, with white cabinets and counter units, marble countertops and encaustic floor tiles in shades of aubergine, blue and white.
11. New England-Style Kitchen Design
A modern addition was built to house the New England-style kitchen, kitchen units are topped with light-reflecting, white Carrara marble.
12. Flasngstone Flooring Style
If you have to dealing with antiques pieces—like this vintage chimney—, lights and garden ornaments, you canbring the English country-house look to the classic aesthetic.
13. Minimalist Grey Doors
If you wanted a minimalist, utilitarian look your kitchen, the tricks are softened the look with subtle colour and texture. In this studio apartment, kitchen and living room, the kitchen separated with the living room by a white Corian-topped kitchen island.
14. Green Kitchen with Coolest Zigzag Flooring
This kitchen designed to a maximum use of space in L-shaped space. The grey and white zigzag linoleum flooring provides contrastcolorswith ‘Green Smoke’ units.
15. Wooden Worktops
In this 16th-century farmhouse, flooring by brick kitchen floor, wooden worktops and idiosyncratic art. The house belongs to antiques dealer Tarquin Bilgen.
16. Moroccan Meets White
This kitchen surrounded by blue Moroccan floor tiles from Popham Design, add warmth to every corner of the room.
17. Custom Unit Design
This village house in Norfolk is described as ‘the house in which Jane Austen might have placed one of her characters.’. These kitchen units were all custom designed.
18. Country Life Model
In this kitchen, a simple wooden table is surrounded by chairs which made of metal but finished looks like wood.
19. Kiely Kitchen
In this kitchen has modern addition to a 1720s house with this colourful storage containers togive a playful look. Copies of portraits of someone who built the house, hang in the kitchen to give the elegant touch.
20. Country House Meets Chic Modernity
This relaxed country-house Georgian house in West Sussex mixed with chic modernity. An example from this combination? The lights add a modern touch to the kitchen.
21. Stylish Splashback
This kitchen has extraordinary colour using soft, neutral walls, and add a little bit of colour in the furnishings – for example, the yellow-painted splashback in the kitchen.
22. Country with a City Edge
Thiscountry-style kitchen hascounter unitsprovides a strong geometric but softened by an antique French dining table and chairs.
23. Bunny Turner’s Modern Kitchen Design
The kitchen has large space of white wall, marble kitchen island compare with the lights emphasise the high ceilings.
24. Unique Mirror Door
This unique kitchen door emphasized the small, vertical space. The surface of the door is made of the pieces of antiqued mirror glass, made by a specialist glazier.
25. A Dash of Paprika
Use red paprikacolor for the walls to spice up your kitchen colour, along with accents of brown, checkered fabrics for a well-placed curtain to hide kitchen tools and rustic ornaments.
26. Black Gloss
In the Parisian home, this an airy is a modern kitchen looks chic with its grey wallscolor and black gloss counter units
27. Reclaimed Splashback with Open Shelves
Many of the materials used in this kitchen include the splashback is made of marble, along with an glass open shelves and vintage kitchen island made from wood.
28. Made to Order
The two kitchen islands enclose stainless-steel units and were built on site. Looks clean and simpler.
29. Very Comfortable & Quirky
In this comfortable and quirky kitchen, light peach wallpaper and wooden kitchen units give a cute look for your kitchen.
30. Very Modern Portobello
This stylish and sleek kitchen with lacquered units and a kitchen island in the centre,looks perfectly into a modern dining area.