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7. Make it your ownAvoid trends – you’ll outgrow them soon. Your kitchen should be a reflection of your lifestyle and personality. Choose accents, textures and lighting to match your personal design aesthetic – after all, the kitchen is where you’ll be spending a good amount of time, cooking for the family.And, on that note, happy cooking, folks.Read more: Fresh Design Ideas From 20 Urban Indian KitchensIndian Kitchens: 8 Modern Designs for City LifeTell us: Would you like to add to these tips? Do share with us in the Comments section.
The moss-green panelled cabinetry and sleek white countertops complement the rusticity and hue of the exposed-brick kitchen backsplash. “The layout of the kitchen was designed keeping functionality as the most important factor. The open plan allows for ample circulation and we made sure to add enough light sources, storage and work space,” he adds.
1. Moss green + brickBotanical hues and exposed materials can inject vitality, freshness and rusticity into your kitchen. The colours of nature conjure up an atmosphere of peace and balance in your cooking space, the perfect tonic for long, gruelling days that end in a frenzied cook-up.As an oasis of organic shades, this kitchen by Group DCA is a reflection of the natural outdoors. Note how bands of white work as a curative counterpoint to the deep surrounding tones.