European kitchen design trends: 6 looks to master


The space features an eye-catching mix of materials, including oak, stainless steel, powder-coated steel, marble, and recycled acrylic. Induction stoves are aesthetically pleasing and a safe and fast way to make your favorite meals. This induction cooktop looks sleek and contemporary against the black quartz countertop and white subway tile backsplash.

  • Using a single, bold color blurs the edges of your room, alluding to more space.
  • This DIY English country cottage kitchen renovation from Lobster and Swan features reclaimed wood shelving, flooring, base cabinetry, and wall-mounted shelving made from recycled wood crates.
  • Your backsplash doesn’t need to be the same around the entire room.
  • An eat-in kitchen allows for casual meals and reduces the need for a formal dining room.
  • In the world of interior design, small spaces often present unique challenges when it comes to creating a sense of style, comfort, and vitality.

The wood backsplash and stone flooring bring a rustic style while the black cabinetry, open shelving, and window trim elevate the dramatic factor of the space. Ashley Montgomery Design chose simple Shaker-style cabinetry with warm brass hardware that complements the simple lines and shiplap walls of this modern farmhouse kitchen. In this kitchen from Emily Henderson Design, a wall of built-in storage and kitchen cabinetry has the same wood tones as the flooring for a minimalist look.

Combine on trend light woods with grounding dark hues

There is always a chance that our household help won’t turn up on some days. It is therefore a good idea to have a separate utility sink so that the one in a traditional Indian kitchen design doesn’t get filled up with used vessels. Dining sofas, table lights, and living finishes are becoming increasingly common in our designs. No matter your chosen décor, light wood shades are an excellent choice. Poplar and oak are great for both traditional and contemporary kitchens.