Best kitchens for people who love to cook | homify

Best kitchens for people who love to cook

Dayan Buensuceso—homify Dayan Buensuceso—homify
Lucia D'Amato Architect Kitchen
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Cooking gurus at home unite! We know that in your efforts at cooking, it's not simply the utensils or ingredients that matter but it is also the environment of the kitchen. Its look, feel, and design. After all, how can you exercise creativity in crammed or cramped spaces, right? So, here's an homage to your masterful and productive cooking skills or even if you're just a budding home chef at the moment, have a good note of these 18 kitchen designs.

1. A storage-savvy kitchen means having a lot of cabinets and cupboards that are neatly arranged and color-coordinated.

2. Wood and white combination can go well with a few bursts of color and metallic elements like this clean number.

3. Elegance can be exemplified by a clean mix of chic grey, black, white, and brown with industrial elements like in hanging light fixtures.

4. Closets can serve as inspiration for a classy and storage-ready kitchen, to be emphasized by warm lights.

5. A small kitchen need not be too cluttered and contained just like this impeccably quaint kitchen just beside an equally modest dining area.

6. Mix white surfaces with grainy or textured ones like the tiles on this one popping against the smooth white elements.

7. The small bar by the kitchen can serve easy or convenient meals and when occupied, people can simply eat by the dining table.

8. Charming and sophisticated are achievable with stone-brick walls against wood and white surfaces.

9. Evoke countryside class with the natural wooden textures and stone surface on this kitchen that reach all the way to the ceiling for effect!

10. A true avant-garde can strut effortlessly stunning in glossy white surfaces and silvery details like this kitchen!

11. White and marble are also classic pairs that gracefully remind you of their grandeur.

12. Take it from diners with brick walls that created form to walls alongside the sleek wooden counter so you no longer have to crave going to fast food joints and critique on their interior decorating.

open plan kitchen dining Till Manecke:Architect Kitchen
Till Manecke:Architect

open plan kitchen dining

Till Manecke:Architect

13. Here's another one that mixed the coated brick wall plus black-and-white number earlier?

14. Half shelves with lower cabinets seem to be picture-perfect spots at home.

15. A yuppie might enjoy this one or even a hipster with its retro-patterned flooring against the black or dark brown plus white combo.

16. Position your small breakfast bar just across the kitchen for a convenient preparing, dining, and cooking cycle.

17. On the more affluent houses, you get kitchens or bathrooms that even get additional lighting.

18. The final design is this black and white combo that includes an adorable chalkboard instead of a backsplash.

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