Jumpstart Your Day: 5 Inspiring Kitchens from Pinterest
Charming elements and clever storage ideas complete these spaces
Aside from looking for pegs for your bedroom, living room, and dining room—we shouldn't forget the kitchen, too! After all, this is where sumptuous meals are prepared. If you're looking for design ideas for your very own kitchen, make sure you browse over a hundred photos under our Kitchen channel.
We've also picked these five interesting spaces that will surely motivate you to give your kitchen a fresh, new look.
Just like in any other area of the house, storage should be given utmost importance. In this kitchen, cabinets, drawers, and open shelves serve as perfect storage areas for cooking utensils, tableware, and other essentials. The space allows occupants to move freely during meal preparation while the gray palette works well with the white walls.
Photo from The Kitchn.
For those who love to follow color themes, this kitchen may serve as the perfect inspiration. If you want to follow a green-and-white theme or any color paired with white, you can make it work by choosing accents in your chosen hue. Anchor the space in clean white to give the space an open and breezy feel. Your kitchen must-haves can be in your chosen accent color, too.
Photo from DigsDigs.
Wood gives any space a distinct warm feel that's perfect for the kitchen. Make cooking and meal preparation more efficient and inspiring by adding wood accents—you may opt to have wooden cornices and baseboards in your kitchen or a huge island with wood as base, as seen in the photo. You can also add drawers and shelves underneath where you can store essentials and tableware.
Photo from Country Living.
If you want a view of the outdoors while cooking, you may choose to have huge picture windows that also let natural light in. In this kitchen photo, the owners also opted to have a skylight to illuminate the entire space. Doing this helps save energy, too.
Photo from The Kitchn.
The one-wall kitchen, with the three work centers on one counter gives the homeowner lots of space to move freely while working. What we love most about this space is the ceiling accentuated with wood and simple lighting fixture. The small plants and area rug add a refreshing touch to the area as well.
Photo from Domino Magazine.