Minimalist Kitchens are the way to go. Minimalism has become a popular look for designers, a go to and for good reason. It’s the ideal way to style a home without having to worry too much about statement pieces or colours clashing, although not making it any easier to design. Using world renowned architect's philosophy of Mies Van Der Rohe - "Less is More". One major thing we’re seeing lots of is minimalist kitchens. The minimalist trend requires you to declutter and keep it that way – which can initially be problematic in a kitchen – but once it is mastered, the outcome is most favourable. This approach also works in any area of your home.
A very common misconception is that minimalist means your space is inherently white or cold. A minimalist kitchen can retain a soft feeling depending on the colour scheme. Soft pale pink tones, light metal accents or a subtle addition of colour can break that cold aura. You don’t need to keep everything the same if you’re going for minimal. Your personality can shine through with a pop of colour or a mix of materials. Or one can go completely dark making a statement but continuing with less is more. A contrasting element would be that of warm yellow lighting.
Although minimalists like to keep things as bare and clean as possible, something as unglamorous as a sink can still be on display. Minimalist kitchens are simple and functional. One should never be afraid to inject a little luxury into your kitchen, even in a minimalist kitchen. There’s always a time and place for a little colour blocking. A kitchen can be kept minimal and still have fun with various accents.
However there is always beauty in simplicity!