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Choosing the right kitchen style for your home

The kitchen is no longer simply a place to prepare food and cook meals. It’s grown to become one of the most multifunctional rooms in the home, with dining, socialising and even working taking place here. So, getting the style right is vital if you want your kitchen to match your tastes and lifestyle. Here’s how to choose the right style for this important room within your home.

A wide choice of kitchen styles

If you’ve spent one too many years tolerating a kitchen that you don’t absolutely love spending time in, you’re probably feeling pretty excited right now. There are so many beautiful styles to choose from that could soon be yours. However, at the same time, you may feel overwhelmed by the huge number of options available to you.

A new kitchen is a big investment, and you’ll want to make sure you’re choosing the right one for you. At Steen, we’re experienced in installing new kitchens in Aberdeen, and we collaborate with a talented team of local kitchen designers. Let’s take a closer look at the most popular kitchen styles.

Modern and minimalist

Modern kitchens are usually sleek and simple, featuring frameless cabinets without mouldings or decorations. There’s also a distinct emphasis on the materials which are used in the construction. For example, granite, wood or concrete worktops, glass splashbacks, or stainless-steel appliances. One of the biggest modern kitchen trends in 2020 is statement floors.

Oversized tiles with bold geometric patterns are a popular choice. The idea is to let the floor do the talking whilst keeping everything else relatively minimal. In terms of colour schemes, black and monochromatic designs complement modern kitchens, adding style and elegance in abundance. 

Traditional and timeless

Traditional kitchens are usually constructed from hardwoods like oak, maple, or walnut, creating an air of elegance and skilful craftsmanship. They also tend to feature lots of detail – think of expertly crafted cabinets with cut-in grooves and decorative designs on cupboard doors.

A Belfast sink is a popular way to add a traditional touch to your kitchen. Once installed by the Victorians for their domestic staff, these sinks are stylish yet highly functional and practical. Traditional kitchen styles are timeless and never go out of fashion, enduring in their appeal throughout the years.

Classic country style

Classic country kitchens have become extremely popular over the years, with distinct aesthetics used to create a homely farmhouse design. The colour scheme of this kitchen style incorporates pastels and brighter colours, with design elements like vintage signage and stencilling cleverly incorporated. The most common material for country kitchens is wood, although other organic materials like stone or marble can be used too. Further styling can be used to enhance the country living look, including the addition of a hearth, wood-burning stove, or apron-front sink.

At Steen Property Developments, we can install kitchens in a wide range of exciting styles, so why not get in touch to discuss your requirements? We can take your dream kitchen from initial concept to completion. 

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