For so many families, the kitchen is a focal point of the home. Not only do parents spend hours each week cooking, children sidle up to the kitchen bar for after-school snacks or even to do homework. The importance of the kitchen in everyday activities means that it can feel uncomfortable to simplify the space so that it meets with minimalist aesthetics. After all, where is the warmth of a stark which countertop or a monochromatic kitchen island? Still, the kitchens featured in this post manage to not only incorporate the necessary appliances and seating that is required of a kitchen, they also ensure that each space is imbued with its own sense of style. Take a look and find some inspiration for your next simplification project.
We will see together how to create the perfect Minimalist Kitchen by looking at some examples in the Scandinavian design.
Sleek and simple, a minimalist style kitchen is the dream of all those who are looking for a functional and contemporary style design. Perfect for those who love cluttered spaces and hate untidy interiors, for those who look for a kitchen which is modern and at the same time easy to keep clean and neat. Instead, if you are a crazy hoarder, or you want to have everything in sight while cooking
While white and black are the easiest ways to convey minimalism, you can get a super sleek and clean style also by styling your kitchen with colours.
The key rule is to chose a colour palette with one main hue, then playing with a second hue on accents. For example, by adding just one pop of colour with one element, or by working with colour blocks. Another way to play with hues in a minimalist decor is to chose one main material and design your kitchen with it. Wood in natural finish is the firsat choice when thinking about a Scandinavian minimalist kitchen, but some textured materials such as concrete, terrazzo or marble can be great too for kitchen tops