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IndiaThis kitchen embodies what Indians are loving in their kitchens right now – pristine surfaces, glossy and reflective finishes and a neutral palette. “The client wanted a seamless kitchen and a lot of storage space,” says Atreyee Choudhury, founder & head of design of De Panache, a Bangalore-based design firm. The designers have cleverly fused the homeowners’ sophisticated taste with subtle drama, through the contrast between the beige, grey and white. Recessed and under-cabinet lighting heighten the effect.The backsplash is lacquered glass. Doors are re-polishable acrylic polymer, and the countertop is made of 40 millimetre-thick artificial marble with a bevelled edge.
4. Move to metalsFrom stainless steel and chrome, to copper and rose gold, metallic finishes have a lifelong appeal. Ideal for lamps, fixtures, vases and other smaller accessories, keeping metallics as accents within your interior scheme will allow it to remain timeless while adding character to your home.Browse industrial-style homes
9. Firm: De PanacheFifty shades of grey make this kitchen glow with their translucent beauty. A neutral colour palette such as this one with all its glossy surfaces warms up a sleek, contemporary space.Look up these Indian kitchens that ooze contemporary charm