Minimalist kitchen ideas that are not boring
While the minimalist interior has a reputation for being simple and elegant, it can sometimes feel impersonal or need something “different”, especially when it comes to kitchen furnishings. If you’re a fan of a minimalist kitchen but in desperate need of a makeover, here are a few minimalist kitchen ideas that are anything but boring.
Pops of blue
Blue is one of the most versatile colors to work with because it blends well with many different decor colors including neutral colors. Add a pop of color to make the room more intimate. It also adds texture to where you want it most. We recommend this with an accent chair or accent stool.
Marble is the perfect solution for those who want to maintain a white kitchen, but want a touch of texture in the finest form. The idea is to get the crisp aspect that white is the main color of the kitchen, while marbling still has a touch of subtle color.
Invest in a large kitchen island for this simple touch that makes a great statement. You can choose to keep your island the same color as the rest of your decor, or you can consider a vivid hue to lighten the space effortlessly instead.
Minimalist decor is essentially a way to make the room shine brighter than any decor would do for great lighting to take place. Is there a better way to have great lighting than a complicated light that brings the room to life?
Paint your kitchen walls, a dark shade is excellent if you want to add an edgy touch to the environment. Instead of adding dark shades as decor, you should bring the dark shades directly into the room with darker, richer walls. Consider using navy, red or black for the ultimate contrast.
Farmhouse decor is here to stay. Add villa accents for that trendy feel that will not take away from the decoration you already have. Just add peasant accents to complete the look and provide a cozy ambience for which farms are known.
Metallic is an excellent addition to any kitchen, especially if you work with a minimalist space. Use Metallics in the kitchen for a complex touch, use shades of pink undertones like rose gold for a soft, feminine touch and silver or bronze undertones for an edgier feel that only flows naturally.
Use a blond wood as a complementary shade that lightens the room. The lighter the wood, the softer the decor appears. The key is to work with the softer wood to have a rustic feel that is still fresh, without having those deep coziness for which a rustic home is known.
Smooth and glam
Sleek is one of the many benefits of a minimalist kitchen decor, so the simplicity of being minimal can work in your favor. Keep the space smooth and give it a glamorous touch by setting dark accents. The dark, almost black accents bring a hint of glamor, which is still edged.
Add a small table
Sometimes small kitchens may feel a bit empty. With that said, add a small table with a few chairs or a breakfast room that is simple, but makes sense. If you do, add that family atmosphere that brings your facility together.
Add a little extra to your minimalist kitchen to create a great effect that still makes sense to the room. Which of these will you add to your home? Please let us know in the comments below.