Modular kitchens in Trivandrum and many cities in the country are these days being designed in a more minimalist way. People are more and more attracted to the idea of ‘less is more’; therefore the current times have already dictated most kitchen owners’ choice of modular kitchen design.
While it seems that maintaining a kitchen which is already minimalist in nature should be easy, it might be argued that keeping it free of clutter is probably a more difficult task. Let’s look at a few ways that can help you have a clutter-free minimalist kitchen…
Minimalist kitchen is more about bringing a feeling of harmony and seamlessness to the space, than letting it stay austere and cold in comparison. It is only through a careful planning and editing, that one can truly make an entire space minimalistically designed. Take out what’s unnecessary, and don’t let anything in the kitchen add an element of discord in there; take your own time in settling on a material palette, and finally ensure that the end result appears quite well-coordinated, which will further help in making the kitchen look bigger than it is.
Use integrated reach-in pulls
How many times have we all bumped our knees in the pulls or knobs of the cabinet doors, or have our clothes got accidentally hooked and torn on them? Too many times, we’d say. But, not for this primary reason, and instead, because it would give your kitchen a very open and frankly a few precious inches more of space – you should get drawers and doors with integrated grooves, and not any attached hardware. Adding to the list of pros would be the fact that you’d no longer have to coordinate various pulls with different kinds of cabinets. You will have achieved the seamlessness of the kitchen without having to worry about any mismatch or a similar effect.
Play with neutral shades
One of the most powerful colors, also happens to be the king of neutral colors. We’re talking about the color white of course, and if you go for it, you’re definitely going to help your kitchen look bigger in size. To add more depth to the room, to emphasize the changes in the depth, you can try using various shades, again giving the kitchen a dramatic, a more visually appealing appearance. You can go for subtle grays, pair it with white for the main finish, and later use black or even a little bit of dark grey on the backsplash – this will further give an impression that the back wall is located farther away than it actually is. People with modular kitchens in Trivandrum, Ahmedabad, amongst other places have been trying out the neutral palette quite a lot these days!
Include a breakfast bar
Maybe the space in your kitchen is too narrow for you to have a peninsula or an island counter with a proper seating included in there; even so, you can have that additional counter-top, with a few stools placed in – just enough for you and your family to grab a quick bite every morning. The breakfast bar you’ll have thus will come in handy even when you decide to have a casual meal, or double as an extra work-space. What’s more? The constraint of space you felt before, will no longer worry you, as you can choose seats that can easily be tucked in completely under the counter when no one’s using them.