Indian Kitchen Tile Designs & Ideas
An open kitchen features high gloss polymer shutters with a walnut wood grain. Tiles with ethnic patterns were chosen to contrast and temper the contemporary finishes.
Hoop Pine - Modular Kitchen & Wardrobes in Chennai
Modular Kitchen finished in Teak wood frames with centre panel in transparent glass for inner cabinet visibility. Kitchen designed and installed by Hoop Pine.
The interplay of elements and colours is interesting. We have maintained a clean linear line design. The wall tiles are the pop factor in the overall room and everything else compliments it. The overall kitchen is easy to maintain.
The open Kitchen is adjacent to the living room. To imbibe the same look and feel as the living room we designed with neutral hues. Using lighter tones in an otherwise small kitchen, gives an illusion of a bigger space. With earthy tones, having plants inside along with the natural light gives a nice cosy feel. For ease of use and maximum utilisation of space a modular kitchen with varied sizes of cabinets and drawers was provided.
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A kitchen that’s both compact and trendy is a rare sight. Though there was a space crunch, our designer never compromised on its look. Rinki preferred a bright red colour for her kitchen, and Sheetal incorporated this into the design, albeit with a little twist. Only the base cabinets donne the bright red while the overhead cabinets sport white, making this kitchen look spacious. made sure she gave her exactly that, but only for the base units. Add to it the sleek steel handles and the exposed brick highlighter tiles, you’ve got yourself a design that’s a visual delight and also easy-to-maintain.
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Contemporary kitchen cabinets with traditional wood print wall tiles. Handle-less kitchen concept with hidden vanity lights
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Since the kitchen stands in an interesting trapezium layout, Ashwini trimmed and cleaned it up to accommodate more counter space. “I focused on giving it a geometrical yet linear and sophisticated appeal,” Ashwini explains. Notice the backsplash? The tiles are marble-esque to keep things classy and on budget too.