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Some say a neutral kitchen is boring and bland, but if you look at some of the most popular and up-and-coming designers, you will find that they have created unique and appealing space in which to create their own design ideas. It’s clear that their concept of what a “neutral” kitchen should be has evolved and changed over time. A kitchen designed with a very traditional and more rustic decor needs to have a little more of a modern flair.

If you want to create a truly simple and functional design, look at some of the neutral kitchen designs being used today. They don’t need to be clutter free, as long as you get the basic idea across. A little space, counters, and worktops all have to be considered, even if it’s just a hint.

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But even if you’re creating a more contemporary, colorful, or fun design for your neutral kitchen, keep in mind that you’ll also want to make sure that you are using appliances and countertops that compliment your chosen style. Even if it means staying on the natural side and shopping for vintage-looking objects, there’s nothing wrong with doing so. Remember, you are creating a space for you and your family and even if it’s not as beautiful as you’d like, it will still function for you, albeit not as beautiful as you may want it to be.

In designing a neutral kitchen, there are a few guidelines that should be adhered to. For one thing, you will definitely want to use glass and marble for work surfaces and to dress up the rest of the kitchen. Use stainless steel and a black color for the cabinets. Marble countertops give it a very elegant and sophisticated feel and they can easily be seen from the kitchen.

In an age when too many homeowners want everything they own to be as bright and shining as possible, a neutral kitchen would be a welcome change. The use of polished or antique glass, along with wood or stone is recommended and should definitely add a sense of warmth to the space.

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If you’re one of those people who want to get the most out of the small space available, consider an island or corner island. These work perfectly for small rooms and still give the look of a large room. You can also opt for pull out carts to accessorize the smaller space and to help organize the different things.

For those who love cooking and sharing their meals with their big family, there are kitchen units that will accommodate all of the appliances. This allows you to sit back, relax, and enjoy the rest of your family. Having this space will allow for the kids to do their homework or continue playing video games.

There are many ways to design a neutral kitchen. It’s just up to you to find what will best fit the needs of your family and yourself. Remember, the purpose of a kitchen is to create a space for you and your family to enjoy being together.

Emily Lord

Emily Lord

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