When choosing your new kitchen, one of the most important things to decide on is the style or theme. From the colours, to the layout and cabinet choices, the style of your kitchen is essential for choosing the rest of the kitchen details. Contemporary kitchens are incredibly popular, and are known for their sleek, shiny, and simple designs. But with a contemporary kitchen, it can be more difficult to add a hint of your own personality, and to bring character and warmth to your kitchen. But one way to do this to add texture. So what do you need to know about adding texture to your contemporary kitchen? And how can this transform and personalise any kitchen design? Well, here at Homematas, we are Preston’s leading kitchen design experts. As a result, we have produced this guide to texture in contemporary kitchens.
What to consider when adding texture to your contemporary kitchen?
There are several things to take into account when adding texture to your kitchen, and there are a number of different ways to incorporate elements of texture too. These include:
- Combine different materials- plastics, woods, acrylics, and even metals all have a slightly different visual and physical texture. Combining different materials in your contemporary kitchen can add areas of visual and physical contrast that really emphasize this texture and draw the eye.
- Use tiles- floor tiles and even tiles around kitchen splash backs can be a great way to add texture to a contemporary kitchen. Even high gloss tiles offer texture that will help personalize your kitchen, but you could even opt for natural timber effect or stone effect tiles to really increase the visual texture of the tiles and make a bold design statement.
For more information or advice, get in touch with the professionals today, here at Homematas.