Luxury kitchen designs can help you break away from the usual traditional and sometimes boring kitchen designs. Before you can design your luxury kitchen, there is some basic information one ought to know. In many cases, most luxury kitchens often include;
- Large islands
- Custom features, such as lighting fixtures
- Custom furniture designs, including cabinets and dining chairs
- Creative backsplashes
In short, luxury kitchens often spot elements one would otherwise not find in an ordinary kitchen.
Additionally, as you read this article, you will notice that many luxury kitchens are defined by their size. Luxury kitchens are often much larger than normal ones. Therefore, if you are looking to create a luxury kitchen, you can start with the size and progress from there.
As you can see, this kitchen and the rest of the kitchens throughout this article are huge and spacious, as should all luxury kitchens.
This kitchen fits the description of a luxury kitchen, even though it is minimum on the use of décor and accessories. One of the most interesting concepts is the use of a hardwood countertop instead of the traditional stone countertop.
Another interesting element is the uniformity in the use of wood throughout the kitchen, including the hardwood floor and wooden floor-to-ceiling cabinets.
Shiny stainless steel appliances and utensils help add character and glamor to the kitchen. You can achieve this through stainless steel electronic appliances such as refrigerators, microwaves and cooking stoves.
In this kitchen, use of stainless steel has been taken further, through use of stainless steel handles for the cabinets.
There are no limitations to what you can do with a luxury kitchen design and that is the basic idea behind the design. This kitchen breaks out of the bounds of ordinary kitchen designs by incorporating a balcony, which opens up the kitchen and makes it appear livelier.
The white furniture and light blue color of the walls brightens up the kitchen, breathing more life into the space. The white furniture also creates great contrast against the dark hardwood floor.
Here, you can see recessed in-ceiling lighting and overhead pendant lights help add glamor and a luxury element to this kitchen, transforming it from a simple, ordinary kitchen to a luxurious, high-end one.
From the use of creative lighting fixtures and potted indoor plants and creative furniture, this kitchen oozes luxury. It also uses two other elements that are common in luxury kitchen designs; a white tile floor and glass dining table.
There are many different ways to blend your kitchen’s design and décor elements so as to get two or more different desirable designs. While this kitchen has a luxury design, it also has a rustic design because of the stone arch, countertops and floor, metallic details, as well as wooden countertops and island