Contrary to ancient times when the kitchen was just a minor detail in the house, today, a kitchen is the focal point of the home, a place that brings everyone together. In addition to a modern and sleek design, a kitchen should reflect the homeowners’ personality and their needs. This monsoon season calls for vibrant colour schemes and pops of bright colours.
Here are a few ways you can bring the warmth and comfort of this season into your house.
Let patterns create a statement
If you are a fan of subtlety, you can choose patterned cabinets or an intricate door design to add an interesting look to your space. You can go for chevron and herringbone patterns to your floors, which not only adds character to your kitchen but makes it look very high end as well. While you can add these subtle hints of drama to your space, you might want to experiment with doors. White doors make your décor look classy if you have a busy space but an emerald green door complementing the minute details would certainly create a statement in your house.
Get brassy this monsoon
Brass continues to trend during the monsoon season with the material adding warmth and low-key glam to your kitchen space. In the recent times, brass accessories such as cabinet handles, door knobs have evolved as striking focal points in your room. Mixed metallic laminates can also be the answer to your feature kitchen and work well with metal appliances. You can combine marble laminates with brass accessories as well. The crisp and modern combination continues to elevate drab kitchens to give it an uber chic look and feel. Darker smudge proof laminates like AFX for countertops, glossy black cabinets when mixed with metallic can give your kitchen a sense of newness and elegance.
The Two-toned tonality
While colours have become the essence of décor, white is set to make a resounding comeback. Faded white wood tones create a more graceful and sleek look making your space fresh and timeless. If you are keen on experimenting, take your pick from an endless range of brighter cupboards against neutral islands and units. You can add the two-tone trend to your kitchen by using light and dark shades of real wood to give your space a hint of subtle incongruity and contrast.
With these ideas, you are sure to make your kitchen the envy of every household, which not only looks refined but also invites your whole family for a session of mouth-watering feasts and happy vibes.