Tips For A Timeless Kitchen

The kitchen is the biggest asset in your home. By investing in its decor you could wow friends, family as well as future buyers. The key to a beautiful kitchen is convenience as well as a timeless design.


Quartz Countertops

Quartz-surfacing countertops require less maintenance than their granite comparables and are timeless in terms of what’s trending. Plus, the shimmering surface is less dominant than other materials, so you’re unlikely to get bored of it.


Open Spaces

Tear down those walls, and banish kitchen isolation: Open layouts are here to stay. A desire for informal dining and comfortable cooking drives this design trend, supporting a casual yet connected lifestyle. Open kitchens encourage interaction and entertainment with their breezy blend of living spaces.


Integrated Appliances

Sick of appliances sticking out like a sore thumb? Try integrating them into your kitchen with clever paneling and built-ins. This trend opens new worlds for designs; appliances can now stand alone as a stylish statement piece or quietly recede into surrounding cabinetry.


Deep drawers: Use dishwasher drawers in place of a regular dishwasher or in addition to a full-size dishwasher. These handy appliances offer efficient cleaning for a few dishes.


White Walls

White kitchens will never go out of style. You’re more likely to grow tired of bold hues on major surfaces, so stick with accessories you can swap out to get that kiss of color. Consider your kitchen’s stone floor, backsplash, and trim to find the perfect shade of white for the space.


Coffee Bar

All you need is an alcove which can house a variety of appliances and items such as: espresso machine as well as coffee cups and condiments. An area like this provides dedicated functionality out of the way of the main cooking area. The beauty of it is that there are doors where it can be shut and not ruin your kitchen’s streamlined design.


Clean Lines

Consider heavy moldings and frilly finishes things of the past. No-frills kitchen designs with strong horizontal lines last longer. One way to achieve this look: horizontal cabinet pulls. This maintains the flow of parallel lines running through your kitchen space.


Big Sinks

When it comes to sink trends, the emphasis is on function. A deep and wide sink contains splashes while simultaneously accommodating large pots and pans or other items that require hand-washing. This could be half a double sink or both.


Stainless Steel

Stainless steel continues to reign supreme in the world of appliances. It cleans easily, and has continued to remain timeless in kitchens. Not only does it compliment  any colour scheme but it could also be used as statement pieces.



On-counter Garage

An on-counter appliance garage is like a garage for cars: It houses a machine you often use but don’t always want in plain sight. Here, an appliance garage with a roll-up aluminum door closes to hide the mixer, leaving counter space in front for other uses. If you don’t want to go all out with the coffee bar, this is a smaller option (in terms of scale) to hide away your coffee-making utensils. It could also work for breakfast appliances.


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