So cooking isn’t just a duty – kitchen furniture design without limits.

kitchen furniture design

Kitchen design is key to the success of a home’s interior, and its impact on the overall mood of the home is immeasurable. Kitchen furniture can either complement a home perfectly and add all sorts of contrasting elements, or, if not thought through, can be counterproductive and create a monotonous mood. That’s why it’s not advisable to stick to a particular standard when designing kitchen furniture, because every home has its own characteristics and every homeowner has his or her own preferences that he or she would like to implement in the kitchen.

Just because your idea doesn’t fit into a particular, more conventional kitchen style, doesn’t mean you should hold back from pursuing your original idea. This approach to kitchen design is perfectly demonstrated in this elegant and finely crafted kitchen project, inspired by a minimalist and industrial feel, which has found its home in Stockholm. The kitchen is an example of how interior styles don’t have a specific expression, and mixing styles can also produce great results, often better than planned.

Thanks to the successful combination of industrial and minimalist moods, this particular kitchen project has been created exactly according to the homeowner’s wishes, combining the best standards from both styles and integrating the kitchen perfectly into the overall interior of the home.

The dark facades create a contrast with the white wall tiles and the quartz surfaces bring variety to the kitchen interior, preventing the space from becoming too monotonous. The dark facades stand out against the mostly light-coloured interior. Of course, as with any project, it’s all in the details, and the same applies to this kitchen. Elements such as handles or even the hob are chosen to match the exact mood, and these seemingly disparate elements complement each other.

The industrial and minimalist feel that influences the design of this project is a great option to choose for your home, as it combines the high functional standards of industrial design with the simple approach of minimalism to make cooking easier – freeing up space. The kitchen keeps the essentials, so cooking is not just a duty.

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