Saturday, March 28, 2015

Contemporary Kitchens For Any Taste

When it comes to contemporary kitchens, it pays to look at every picture you can find. The amazing ways that creative individuals are creating a kitchen of their very own will inspire you to find your own style and make the heart of the home a truly unique space.

Contemporary kitchens, seen in ultra-modern homes, often have horizontal lines, with clean flat spaces and an open plan. Hung cabinets in contemporary homes are often narrower than the counters, may be restricted to under the counters, or done away with altogether, with kitchen storage being behind sliding panels of the wall. However, some stunning rooms use the cabinetry as a focal point, with sweeping wood trim over tinted glass or unusual shapes and sizes of closed shelves.

In modern kitchens, counters are invariably gleaming, with the free-standing ones seeming to float above the floor, their narrow pedestals making room for kitchen stools or chairs. One favorite contemporary feature, the kitchen island, provides more work surfaces and breaks up the wide open space of a modern room, where aisles are generous and large windows are often without curtains or other covering. Counter tops can be granite, brushed stainless steel, or any one of thousands of laminate designs.

The fun of a contemporary look in your kitchen is that it does not need to be space age to look new. Using traditional woods in an eclectic mix is one trick, the new breed of fixtures alone are enough to bring the room into this millennium, and white paint used with modern design is just as effective as steel and Plexiglas. Of course, if you want contemporary fixtures in an otherwise traditional kitchen with hardwood in natural finish, complete with molding and panels, you can have that, too.

Color can be used to make an otherwise utilitarian food preparation space stand out in the house, if you want a kitchen that is fairly simple. In this contemporary age, materials are no longer limited. You can use glass, tile, stone, plastics, wood, brick, and metals in any combination you please. Let your imagination run wild and then see if a kitchen expert can help you realize the vision.

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