Scandinavian style is undeniably one of the hottest interior design trends of the last few years, and it’s in kitchen design that it’s at its best. The cosy Scandinavian style is also found in this spacious and tasteful kitchen, which complements the home’s interior with its bright overall design. The colour palette for the kitchen is based on the classic Scandinavian style, with light tones and wooden elements. The kitchen furniture was designed with the existing interior in mind, so the surfaces matched both the floor and the ceiling.
For the kitchen facades, white Niemann acrylic was chosen, following the Scandinavian trend. It is worth mentioning that matt finishes are currently very popular and have also been chosen for these facades. This will not only eliminate glare, but also give your kitchen furniture a minimalist, elegant look. And white is and always will be in fashion, creating a sense of space and bringing light into even small spaces.
The top and the wall panel are made of high-quality oak laminate from the German manufacturer EGGER. Coherent design lines are one of the basic rules of modern interiors, so in this kitchen, a wall panel was added to the countertop, creating a fluid overall look and giving the kitchen furniture a modern, thoughtful design feel. Wooden design elements are one of the hottest design solutions of the moment, and are increasingly being used in a wide range of kitchen designs and variations.
In the kitchen, Furnipart Almond handles with Inox coating are chosen as an accent element. The matt finish does not cause glare, so it also matches other kitchen furniture, especially the metallic finishes on kitchen appliances. The handles are notable for their flowing shape and rounded edges.
Blum fittings, which are distinguished by their high quality, continue to enhance and complement the functionality of the kitchen. Blum fittings need to be tested to be truly appreciated. Functionality and storage are at the heart of every kitchen, so Vauth-Sagel kitchen basket systems will help you store and organise the essentials you need in your kitchen.
The kitchen is where much of our time is spent, either cooking or dining with the family, so it’s important that its design is harmonious and fits in with the home’s overall interior design. The light Scandinavian design will never disappoint and will always create a feeling of cosiness thanks to the wooden elements included.