You know the modern formula already: clean, open, minimal, functional. But you may not know how to make it more attractive, be family friendly or even giving little bit sleek design. A pop of color – whether it’s on vase of flowers, on the furniture, in a bowl of fresh fruit, or on a kitchen items like – Kettle, Toaster, Refrigerator, glasses, Kitchen Utensils, etc. – ensures that these kitchen items feel warm and welcoming. Make sure that you should have kitchen exhaust for improving Air Quality and Removal of grease. You can give cool look to your kitchen by few decorative accessories on shelves and countertops. Click through to see contemporary kitchen design ideas from Interior Style.
Silk White Wardrobe And Countertops
Kitchen in a sleek design has lovely shiny countertops of white solid glass.
Sexy Black Kitchens
Black kitchen can be seriously sexy and modern. But if you’re up for stepping outside of your comfort zone, black is another good option.
Warm Wood Elements
Wood with a very conspicuous grain is the modernist’s way to go. It’s still warm, but it’s got those nice, nearly symmetrical lines
Enough Counter Space
Having the space to prepare a meal and flow comfortably around your kitchen as you take part in the domestic magic that a kitchen brings you can thank the source of the comfort and the glue that holds it all together, the countertop.
Pump Up The Party
The oversize glass tiles on the backsplash are backed in silver leaf to brighten the already light and fun cooking space. Silver pendants give it party vibes
Though the stools are mid-century modern and the design is overall very minimal, the climbing vines backsplash gives this kitchen some life and color.
Raw Meets Modern
Think Raw and Modern can’t be mixed? This raw wood island is proof they totally can.
Industrial – Look Kitchen
The exposed stone wall, concrete floor and stainless steel splashback in this extended Victorian terraced house create a raw, minimalist look when paired with the simple, black units.
Marble Kitchen Worktops
Sat in the space below an impactful mezzanine floor, it was designed to fit seamlessly into the living space, without becoming the dominant area.
Filled – Light Design
Knocking down the internal walls that separated three cramped rooms, as well as adding an extension, provided the large, open-plan space.
A Red Kitchen
Contemporary kitchens are often kept white to reflect natural light around the room and create a bright space. However, this kitchen has been injected with a splash of colour that doesn’t darken the space.
Contrast With Kitchen
This converted medieval barn successfully combines 700-year-old beams with a sleek contemporary design. The timber beams and floors contrast with the sleek, modern units – exaggerated by metal struts that prevent the roof from bowing, whilst providing a point of architectural interest.
With grey Caesarstone worktops and black and white gloss units, this modern kitchen has a striking, contemporary feel.
Clean And Uncluttered
An open and uncluttered layout is the essence of a modern kitchen. Take some ideas from this crisp, clean space. Open shelves extend below upper cabinets to keep everyday dishes tidy and on hand.
Stainless Steel Look
Materials play a big role in establishing the style of a modern kitchen. Sleek and clean-lined doesn’t have to mean stark and boring, though. A variety of materials, all in a cool, contemporary color palette, make this modern kitchen attractive and interesting.
Make an impact with Glass
Glass — and lots of it — is popular in clean-lined, contemporary homes, such as high-rise condominiums. Even if your kitchen is not lined with windows or your home’s architecture is more traditional, incorporate glass in other ways to enhance the bright, open, modern look.
Personality – Packed Kitchen
Whimsical accents and one-of-a-kind features transform this modern kitchen from a blank slate to a personality-filled hub for cooking and gathering.
Black And White – Kitchen
A crisp, black-and-white color scheme is the perfect complement to a sophisticated, contemporary kitchen.
Bright and Light – Kitchen
While dark colors often dominate modern design schemes, you can go light and bright in a contemporary kitchen, too. Bright wood cabinets and creamy golden granite countertops set atop color-infused slate floors demonstrate the light contemporary look in this clean-lined kitchen.
While materials and colors play a big role in giving a kitchen a modern look, a concept as simple as linear design can have a striking effect, too.
Simple is Better
With modern design, seemingly simple details can make all the difference in achieving a clean, minimalist look.
Dramatic Kitchen Surfaces
The backsplash of large porcelain tiles colored and textured with a stone effect spans the entire stove wall from counter to ceiling, adding dramatic effect.
Cabinet doors with Frosted Glass
While glass-front cabinets are a popular component of modern kitchens, keeping your cabinet contents neat and tidy might not be for you. Frosted- or sandblasted-glass panels are sleek, contemporary options that disguise the inside of cabinets.
Modern design welcomes bold, and even whimsical, design statements, including bright colors. In the kitchen, look to the backsplash, light fixtures, and countertop accessories for ways to make a splash with color and pattern.
Wall of Kitchen Cabinets
A clean, streamlined look is popular in contemporary kitchens. To achieve this effect, design surfaces to be continuous and nearly seamless.
Gray – That’s not too bad
This kitchen is a lesson in how gray can be cool and calming, rather than dull. The minimalist cooking space blends statement lighting with a geometric backsplash to keep it feeling fresh and modern.
Color – Color – Color
Keep everything white, then add in pops of color from your serving ware