By Bastien Bertrand. Modern Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, January 17th, 2018 - 10:50:39 AM.
The worktop is the most important surface in any modern kitchen, and it needs to be extremely functional. There are plenty of materials that could be used for the worktop which combine this functionality with physical beauty. For example, polished granite is hard to scour and ages well, while hardwood is easy to clean.
A great idea to create a modern kitchen design is to choose a firm contrast between the floor and the cabinets and walls. This doesn’t mean clashing red tiles with blue painted surfaces. Instead, look at cool grey stone and wooden cabinets, or go for a light cream or white colour scheme. Bright colours will generally upset the harmony of the overall design and should be avoided.
Modern design is about creating inspirational places which allow people to thrive, and the kitchen should not be an exception. A modern kitchen is dynamic, with clear, sharp lines and smart ideas for blending storage and good looks. It will try to ensure that every corner of the food preparation area is beautifully lit, by natural light if possible. While it will be separated from dining and living areas (so that cooking odours tend not to drift around the house), a modern kitchen will still be easily accessible from the rest of the house.
Blending a mix of classic industrial decor with a modern twist, The Hive skimps on color, but not style. The black and white honeycomb pattern floor accent continues up the wall seamlessly blending both parts of the room together.
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