Kitchens are the soul of a house. A place to cook, dine and chat alike. Gone are the days of closed off layouts where kitchens formed a separate room. Rather, a more open layout which brings the kitchen to the front is gaining popularity. For such a layout, your kitchen needs to stand out and look like a true piece of art in the home. Installing modular kitchens is the way to do just that.
Modular kitchens are basically entire kitchen units made to fit a particular kitchen area. From the cabinets and shelves to slabs, one setup is supposed to serve all that you need in a kitchen. Modular kitchens are a modern answer to the kitchen design problem.
Modular kitchens are a popular pick due to their design and functionality. Most modular kitchens are available in standard sizes or customisable as per wish. They are also super simple to install and maintain. Above all they look great.
The designs are kept simple yet gorgeous and effective. Here are some modular kitchen designs that could work great for your home:
A POP OF ORANGE
Orange is a bright and peppy color that exudes joy and freshness to say the least. Having a bright color such as orange can serve as the perfect start for your day. You could go for a matte or glossy finish, depending on what appeals to you the most. Keep it simple with an all orange look, or pair it with another color to cut through the brightness. You can also get creative by adding contrast through the backsplash.
SAGE GREEN SAGA
Sage green shades are a trending color scheme. Defined by simple and subtle elegance this modular kitchen is great if you wish to keep it minimal yet add some color to your kitchen area. Go for a monochromatic look throughout or pair it with a white/gray shade to create a simple balance between the colors. You could also pair it with a deeper variant of the shade itself to give it a unique yet uniform look.
You can never go wrong with a monochromatic scheme, especially if it is an all white one. White is the color of simplicity and class which can transform your kitchen into an elegant visual treat. You can go for an all white theme or pair the white with gold and silver accents to give it a metallic touch. Be wary of stains by creating an easy to clean backsplash in the same or in a contrasting deep tone.
PASTEL PINK POWER
Pastel colors are a consumer favorite at the moment. They allow you to add a touch of color to your home yet keep it simple and light. While you could fina pastel variant in any shade you wish to, a pastel pink has a certain fairytale charm to it. Keep it uniform throughout or pair it with a deep gray for a fun contrast, this design can be worked around to create your ideal fit. You could accentuate the colors with simple LED lights as shown to further enliven the look.
THE CLASSIC ALL BLACK
Good rule of thumb is that you can never go wrong with an all balck theme. It is classy, simple and adds an effect of depth to a space with ease. An all black modular kitchen may be just what your kitchen needs to make it truly stand out, especially against rather simple interiors. Pair it with a softer flooring shade and ample lighting and you have yourselves a winner. You could also go for gold accents to luxe up the modular unit.
A TROPICAL AFFAIR
As people seek ways to be close to nature in their monotonous lives, tropical and vibrant themes are gaining popularity. You can try out this vibrant aesthetic for your kitchen as well. You can do so simply by picking a color that resonates with nature. Be it an ocean blue or a leafy green, such colors can evoke a calming feeling. Pair it with fun forest or floral prints to transform the ambience . You could also try to include a wood texture backsplash to truly match the theme.
COLOR BLOCK FUN
Whether you like having a colorful surrounding or wish to utilize your kitchen set up to give your home a little splash of color, color blocking is the way to go. Stepping aside from the atypical dual tone design, color blocking gives you the chance to get creative by pairing as many colors as you want to create a fun design. Try the typical red green and yellows combination or make your own color palette for a unique look. Try to keep the fixtures simple to make it look simple yet fun.
A CHESSY THEME
The black and white checkerboard pairing is something you can never go wrong with. It's the perfect pairing if you want to keep it simple but not make it boring. You could alternate between black and white cabinet covers in the modular unit or restrict a color to each unit above and below the stove. You could also try a printed modular unit with a similar pattern for a fun twist on the simple combination. Add gold or silver handles and knobs to amplify the look, and you’ll have a gorgeous kitchen at your hands.
WOODY AU NATURALE
For the love of nature and subtle charm, a woody all natural modular unit is a simple yet classic pick. Depending on the kind of theme you would prefer, you can customize the wooden tone that you would prefer across the unit. Pairing it with a similar or contrasting terrazzo/stone slab might help cut through the richness of the design. Pair the natural wooden textures with warm lighting to enhance the effect. You could also try stained or painted wood modular units to make your kitchen look different.