Design Features Your Kitchen Needs Today




Are you redesigning your kitchen? There are always many different styles of kitchen for you to choose from and it is up to you to decide which ones you like the most. Here are some of the top design features we think your kitchen needs today.

Custom Tiling

A custom mosaic tile is just the thing you need to bring a touch of personality and creativity to a room. You can choose the colours and finish you want as well as the pattern the tiles are arranged in. With smart choices, it is sure to become a feature of your kitchen which will be much admired over the years. If you like the idea of a custom tile which is unique to you and your home, you can find some great options at uniquebuildingconcepts.com. They have a wide range for you to choose from, so you can ensure you get tiling that is going to make your kitchen stand out.

A Blackboard Wall

Are you forever making notes and plans on a million pieces of paper? Do you need somewhere where your children can entertain themselves while you are cooking that does not take up a lot of space in the room? Buy some blackboard paint and apply it to a wall! With a few coats, you will have a place you can make notes and a place your children can draw and unleash their creativity. Use water-soluble chalk pens if you are worried about the mess; this can be quickly cleaned up.

A Waterfall Island

If you have an island in your kitchen, a stunning addition to it would be a waterfall countertop. This is where the material used for the island’s surface cascades down each side to form a single piece of countertop. It is extremely beautiful and might be just the thing your kitchen needs to tie everything together. Available in all sorts of materials, it is one decoration you will not regret spending money on.

Splashes of Colour

Everyone likes to decorate a little differently. White and silver kitchens look very chic but they also run the risk of looking a little industrial. Whether you prefer to choose the rule of 3 (one bold and two neutral) or a little bit of everything, colour in the kitchen really helps to make it the heart of the home.

The easiest way to add colour to your kitchen is through the appliances. Pick a solid colour theme for each of them or go wild and have each one in different colours to truly mix it up. Displaying any dried goods in mason jars is another way to add some amazing splashes of colour around the room. Finally, don’t neglect artwork. Whether it is a print you like or a drawing your children did which truly touches your heart, the kitchen is always going to be the place to put it.

Your kitchen should make a statement about who you are. Are you clean, organised, and sophisticated? Do you love to cook? Is the kitchen the centre of your home? Questions like these are great for helping you decide what type of kitchen you want. Your dream cooking space is closer than you think!

 

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