The Indian kitchen has evolved over the years, and it has changed for the better. From an isolated room where the female folk prepared meals, it has transformed to become the hub of all activities in the modern home. The kitchen is the heart of every home, a place where family and friends love to gather to cook, eat and enjoy each others’ company. So, whether it is a traditional kitchen in an independent house or an ultra-modern kitchen in a high rise, it makes sense to design a dream kitchen. As we gear up to bid farewell to 2019, we rewind and revisit the best kitchens featured on homify this year. Let’s take a peep into the top 10 favourite kitchen designs of 2019 from our professional kitchen planners. It guarantees to present innovative ideas whether you plan to build a new kitchen or renovate an old one.
Nothing can beat the pristine and classy combination of wood and white. Though it is a bold decision to opt for white cabinets in the kitchen, since the area is prone to splashes and stains, the colour brings serenity and calmness into the kitchen. The whiteness of the kitchen furniture creates a beautiful contrast with the wooden ceiling. The wood tones on the wall tiles complete the look.
The neutral colour palette of this contemporary kitchen is chic and modern. From a gadget garage to a breakfast bar that is designed to be the partition in the open kitchen plan, the well-planned U-shaped layout has everything to make it a comfortable hangout space.
Normal is predictable! What’s unpredictable is bringing in unusual beauty into the kitchen. The pristine beauty of the kitchen dominated by white becomes eye-popping with the inclusion of blue added through the toughened glass backsplash covering the walls and in the ceiling paint, which is typically painted white.
This inventive way to build a kitchen within the social area is impressive. The open structure of the concrete half-wall and wrought iron frame defines the space of the open plan kitchen. Pendant lamps and high breakfast stools enhance the charm of the kitchen design.
The dark and luxurious shade of chocolate is versatile and can blend well with both modern and traditional themes. Pair it with wooden flooring and natural beige backsplash and feel the magic in the surroundings.
The conventional L-shaped kitchen with regular cabinets is given a fantastic twist with the mosaic tile backsplash near the stove. It makes a style statement that elevates the look of the simple kitchen.
Indians love colour, and it extends to the kitchen. This tri-colour kitchen has green in toughened glass backsplash, white in the wall cabinets and blush pink floor cabinets that come together to look fantastic.
The monochrome theme brings in a modern style that will never go out of fashion. The smoothness of white handle-free cabinets complements the natural tone of concrete slabs on the wall and floor.
Minimalism is in! The clean and precise lines, the long uncluttered counter that doubles up to be the breakfast bar, stylish metal wire high chairs and an open kitchen plan – this is the quintessential minimalist, modern kitchen.
This light-toned kitchen with an open layout is trendy and quite fashionable. It’s always possible to add a personal touch with the selection of colour and pair it with subway tiles to elevate the exquisiteness of the stylish space.
Get more ideas of integrated kitchens from these 12 Indian kitchens with an open dining plan.