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The kitchen, most probably the most used room in our house, and we want it to be a space we all enjoy spending time in. Beside the functioning appliances, the kitchen design style we'll love for years to come is of utmost importance. So whether you're renovating or simply looking for inspiration, we provide design style ideals that help you optimize your own.
Combining the best aspects of old-world charm with modern sleekness that focused more on manufacturing, mechanical creativity, appreciating raw and unfinished interiors in a gorgeous way. Industrial Design Style is about displaying the building materials which we usually conceal and adding a raw and unfinished look. And one of the simplest ways to drive home this contrast is through juxtaposing different types of wood, slate and metal throughout the design.
Unfinished - Manufacturing - Raw
Sometimes, what we need to do is to let the space breathe. Modern Classic design is all about finding inspiration in the past through modern-inspired visual concepts and by melding simplicity with traditional features to create clean yet striking spaces that linger long in the memory. This chic, sleek and thoroughly Modern Classic design is one of favourite ways to combine the bold with the simple.
This is a mixture of styles, a combination of different directions, it is freedom, imagination and creating a new one. It is great for modern people who want to create and are not afraid to show their courage and go beyond the usual. Memorable Eclectic Style creates an island of comfort and a unique mood in the heart of the metropolis.
- Mixture - Different - Freedom -
The Living Nature style takes its inspiration from the vast array of colours and textures that occur throughout nature. The grains, branches, cracks and pores present in the various wood decors ensure a tangible effect that come close to the nature. Naturalistic style respects the aesthetics, and combines nature and other pastoral materials to display the texture of the material.
- Nature - Grains - Cracks -
Nordic Style is marked by a focus on clean, simple lines, minimalism, and functionality without sacrificing beauty. This style deeply value nature, something that is reflected in this style. Nordic colours rely heavily on neutrals, most notably, bright whites with pops of black and tan. The light woods in this style mirror the landscape found in the northern reaches of Europe, conveying a clean and bright overall impression. The combination with modern metallic accents and shades like blush and grey-blue gives this category its Nordic character.
Clean - Minimalism - Simple
Minimalist, modern items and keeping current with the styles of the moment. Is a fresh breath of our days and a new look for a comfortable future. Contemporary Style is timeless and defined by a classic approach to bring a design together through luxurious simplicity, it’s a design movement that will never go out of style. Neutrals, black, and white are the main colours in contemporary style. Simplicity, clean lines, plays on texture, and quiet drama are fundamental in achieving a perfectly balanced contemporary style.
Classic - Luxurious - Timeless
The Colour Systems style composed of our colour schemes. These are categorized by specific colours, highlighting each hue in a colour block. In addition, all colours feature a trendy matt texture.
- Specific - Colour Block - Hue -