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Minimalism:  Our Five Favorite Ways to Rock the 2019 Design Trend in Your Kitchen

January 24, 2019

 

Less is more.
 

 

This slow and quiet trend has been increasingly popular and gaining momentum these days, with Marie Kondo coming out with her own TV series and minimalism being a way of life. It has trickled down to design ideas and house design concepts, all the way to kitchen.

 

The kitchen has always been considered a busy space at home and incorporating the minimalism design trend can be a challenge. However, we support the idea of those that want their kitchens to be more open and clean as possible.

 

We have come up with our five favorite ways to apply this design trend in your kitchen.


CLEVER, CONCEALED STORAGE

 

 


There is a gravitation towards clean (and concealed) kitchen designs. Maximized, clever and hidden storage solutions is the answer.

 

OPEN SHELVING
 


One of the trends we are seeing is replacing kitchen upper cabinets with open shelving, inspired by hotel and retail spaces.

 

INTEGRATED APPLIANCES

 

 


Say goodbye to bulky appliances. Ranges and hoods are now slim and turn on automatically. Induction cookers are going to be a steady favorite because of its seamless integration with kitchen tops. Interior designers says that the new face of luxury is seamless kitchen designs, with integrated appliances.

 

AIRY SPACES

 


Open spaces everywhere. That’s a design concept we have been seeing a lot these days. To discourage clutter, everything is out in the open. This results in open spaces and air flowing. Natural light is also encouraged.

 

MODULAR DESIGNS


Modular designs (again, clean and simple lines) are preferred. Furniture that can be used in all areas of the house and are multi-functional are preferred.

 

Need Help with Your Kitchen Design?

 

We've been in the business of creating beautiful and unique kitchens for 30 years. Our experienced designers are here to help answer your questions. It's as simple as giving us a call at (650) 287-4202 or filling out our quick contact form.

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