Stunning but subtle kitchen design ideas

For many households, the kitchen is the heart of the home. It can be the place where people congregate, or entertain, or the place to enjoy a morning coffee and get ready for the day ahead. That’s why designing an effective kitchen is so important. From the colours, to the cabinets and the work-surfaces, your kitchen design choices will have an effect on the practicality and the usability of the space, as well as a visual impact. Here at Homematas, we are Preston’s leading kitchen design professionals. And we know how important it is for your kitchen to have character, personality, and practicalities as well. As a result, we have produced this guide to some of the best stunning but subtle kitchen design ideas.

Stunning but subtle kitchen design ideas

So, to make sure you get the most out of your kitchen, why not consider these kitchen design ideas:

  • Draws inside cupboards- Want to increase your storage? But dont want drawer handles disturbing the aesthetic of your kitchen? Well, why not choose cabinets that have hidden draws inside? Essentially, this looks like a plain kitchen cupboard, until you open it. Then you have access to a range of drawers, to really compartmentalize your kitchen equipment and even your cupboard food. This means that you can have a streamlined, handle-less contemporary kitchen, with all the storage you need.
  • Apron sink- for more traditional kitchens, or rustic country kitchens, an apron sink could be a great choice. This adds authenticity to your kitchen design, and is incredibly stylish. To be less subtle, why not add a bold splash back to the sink area too?
  • Timber effect floor tiles- timber effect floor tiles are tiles that are designed to look like real hardwood floor, but as they are tiles, they are naturally waterproof and resilient. So you can have the stunning visual effect, without the high level of maintenance to keep your floor looking great.

For more information or advice about your new kitchen, get in touch with the team today, here at Homematas.