About Modern Kitchen Interior Design.
Modern kitchen interior design is a fast evolving field that is incorporating an ever increasing number of new styles and new ideas. Though a few distinct styles have emerged over the years, the fact is that there are almost as many design styles as there are interior designers. Here are a few examples from Snaidero Collection Icons showing what’s currently the most popular styles of modern interior design in the twenty first century.
- This high style modern kitchen is intended for daily use without sacrificing a pleasant look to make going into the kitchen a pleasant experience. The refrigerator, ovens, freezer and microwave ovens are all built into the same brushed steel casing on one end of the kitchen. A similarly brushed steel look covers the kitchen cabinets on the opposite end of the kitchen, both the cabinets beneath the sink and counter and the cupboards where food and other ingredients are stored for use. Creating an “L” shaped pattern is a sizable table on one end of the opposite end, perfect for either kitchen work or dining.
- While this modern kitchen uses a different color palette than the previous one, most of the same elements do persist. The kitchen’s design is fairly efficient yet with plenty of open space so the cook does not feel particularly hemmed in by their own work space. By way of decor, however, this kitchen is quite different. It seeks to invoke the styles of an earlier era in its construction with long white walls laced with elaborate molding covered in gold paint. As a nod to more modern decor, however, the light is decorated with empty glass vessels and a stainless steel flower vase.
- Like the previous modern kitchen, this kitchen revels in natural light, yet takes it even further with a full set of glass walls and doors that allow for maximum light to enter the kitchen. Though the kitchen is again heavy on condensing each piece of the kitchen into a single brushed steel unit, this kitchen’s work space is truly all together, forming an arch shaped space that contains everything a cook might need to prepare a meal, with a work space that can double as a dining space. The coloration of the decor is notable as it truly becomes a warm, inviting shade in natural sunlight.
- Meanwhile, this modern kitchen takes a different approach, instead trying to create a huge space for the cook to work in, as well as including an intimate dining space for personal meals with one’s closest friends and family. Again using a dark brushed steel casing to cover the cabinets and appliances (other than the stove), this kitchen has plenty of counter space, and is decorated with clay vessels and a plate for fresh fruit. Of particular note is the large open window in the corner of the kitchen, allowing natural light to pour into the kitchen all day.
- This modern kitchen takes quite a different approach than the previous ones, though like the last two, it does focus heavily on allowing natural light to pour into the kitchen as an essential element of the decor. With bright yellow cabinets and appliance casings and a stainless steel counter top and cupboards, as well as a small dining area for ordinary meals, this kitchen is a marked change from previous kitchens. Of particular note is that there is a book shelf on the tail end of the cooking space, perfect for decor or cookbooks if one is truly eager to experiment with new recipes.
- Integrating the kitchen with the dining room, this kitchen deviates substantially from previous once by featuring a faux-wood panel casting on its cupboards and cabinets. As mentioned previously, it fully integrates the kitchen with the dining room rather than simply making a small space for dining with only a few people. Like some of the previous kitchens, it also uses stainless steel counter tops, as well as relying on huge windows to allow in plenty of natural light to illuminate the kitchen during the day. Somewhat unusual is the presence of a leather covered sofa with a small rug beneath it.
- Incorporating a more urban design, this modern kitchen takes on the appearance less of a high fashion kitchen and more of an inner city diner kind of look. With white brick walls, stainless steel counter tops and plenty of work space, this kitchen does still have its fashionable side. In addition to being small and intimate, this kitchen also relies heavily on large windows for natural light, as well as a small dining area that again resembles a diner.
- Something of a departure from the previous kitchens, this modern kitchen separates the sink and work counter (which like a few of the others does again double as a dining space) from the rest of the kitchen, to create a kitchen island with a sink. Elsewhere, the kitchen uses a wooden panel look for its various cupboards and cabinets, with next to no stainless or brushed steel to be found. Even the kitchen sink faucet uses a non-metallic look.
- Like previous kitchens, this kitchen does a few things common in modern interior design. It uses large windows to make heavy use of natural light, as well as employs a large, stainless steel work space. Like the previous kitchen, the kitchen island workspace includes the kitchen’s sink, as well as a good bit of faux-wood paneling to create a warmer, more natural look for the kitchen that a large number of interior designers feel is pleasing to behold.
- Something of an elaborate and very unusual modern kitchen, the cupboards, cabinets and appliances are all covered in white brushed steel to match the floors. This kitchen too employs massive windows to create a way for natural sunlight to flow into the kitchen and make its white color scheme practically glow. In the center of this large kitchen is a kitchen island that includes a workspace and the kitchen sink, covered in black brushed steel, causing it to really pop out and grab the eye amid the vast swathes of whiteness.