The kitchen, as they say, is the heart of the home–we know it’s a cliché, but only because it’s true.
In Dubai, many people are at a loss when it comes to defining the style they want for their kitchen. Because of this, kitchen companies in Dubai offer a wide variety of design ideas to customers who want their kitchens constructed, remodeled, or renovated. If you are one of those people, the below design ideas might help you imagine/re-imagine your dream kitchen.
Modern Kitchen Designs
Over the past few years, there have been many advances in kitchen appliances such as refrigerators, dishwashers, ovens, etc. For this reason, modern is a dominant theme for kitchen design in Dubai. Basically, modern kitchens evoke clean lines and elegant styles that focus on the proper use of open space for a highly functional kitchen. You may incorporate glossy steel, wood, laminates, plastic and granite to provide your kitchen diversity of texture and a striking modern look.
Contemporary Kitchen Designs
The contemporary kitchen style is attractive to so many homeowners and designers alike. Contemporary kitchens most often use a minimalistic approach and a smooth, flat look that everything may appear simple, but far from being plain. Simple designs make kitchens run more efficiently while still allowing it to keep its style and beauty. Also, those flat surfaces and smooth lines always make cooking and cleaning easier. Who wouldn’t want that?
Traditional Kitchen Designs
Traditional kitchens are timeless and flexible–having a formal, sophisticated look from the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries. But no, it’s not your great grandma’s kitchen with colorful floral wallpaper. Today, traditional kitchens also incorporate contemporary designs. It’s all about ornate molding and trim; stylish cabinets in cherry, walnut and mahogany; and vintage fixtures and appliances.
Transitional Kitchen Designs
Many say that the design of a transitional kitchen is similar to that of a traditional kitchen. Yes, it is! But transitional kitchens have much cleaner designs that incorporate straight lines. Usually, transitional kitchens use a monochromatic palette or a toned-down color scheme, mixing natural colored materials with sleek manufactured products.
Whether you’re a graduate of a culinary school or an aspiring chef whose culinary masterpieces are only reserved for immediate family members and close friends, a good kitchen can be a great asset. Make kitchen remodeling your next project. Whatever your personality or design preferences are, for sure there is a kitchen design that suits you, your family, and your home.