The EHD 2019 trend reporting has officially commenced. It feels like Christmas and New Years all over again. Throughout January, we’re going to be diving into our thoughts of what’s on the horizon for all things interior design, and the first area we’re focusing on is kitchens. Now, we know the
Working with just 17.3-square-meters (approx. 186-square-feet), Fateeva Design created the perfect studio apartment for a student in Odessa, Ukraine. The owners inherited the flat and weren’t quite sure what to do with it when Elena Fateeva suggested they transform it into a rental unit. Source: A Cozy Flat in Odessa
We live in the era of tiny homes and micro-apartments, a global trend that’s only growing in urban areas as we all search for affordable housing. In turn, the American kitchen as we know it is poised for a makeover–from the giant, steel-clad, HGTV-approved wonderlands of the McMansion era, to
What does your dream kitchen look like? The kitchen of our dreams is massive and flooded with natural light. It has counter space for days. Most importantly, it has a gleaming gadget lineup that spans the likes of KitchenAid mixers to Miele espresso makers. Source: Build Your Dream Kitchen In
This small one-room studio is decorated with lots of white combined with natural materials and warm colours like beige an ochre. This warm palette looks very inviting and unifies the style throughout the space. My favourite area must be the small white dining area with the white bentwood chairs. Perfect
Ratio is the kitchen everyone fell in love with at EuroCucina 2018. Designed by Belgian architect Vincent Van Duysen, Ratio for Dada is a modular kitchen defined by metal grids. Linear metal forms the basic architecture of Ratio, which includes wall units, columns, hoods, and accessories. Source: Ratio for Dada
Each room needs a glamour and a touch of energetic playfulness, that will give a personality in the interior. Entering a vitality into the modern spaces is a tangible necessity nowadays when colours like white and grey dominate in most of the spaces. Source: Warmth In The Kitchen-15 Magnificent Orange
Grey kitchen with brass and green marble I think the material combination in this kitchen works out absolutely perfect. The light grey cabinet doors, combined with the brass handles, sink and tap have a very delicate look. All of this combined with the green marble however, brings this look to the next level.
As in fashion, styles in home decor are cyclical. Don’t expect to see a resurgence of avocado or harvest gold kitchen appliances anytime soon — or ever — but do expect brass hardware and fixtures to eclipse chrome. Note that today’s brass is unlacquered, not the shiny, polished material of days gone by.
In collaboration with Swedish fashion label Stylein, Nordiska Kök has created this open plan kitchen for the fashion label’s founder. Using the quintessential Scandinavian clean lines the space is composed in light ash, milestone countertops, pale green, and minimalist shapes. “The Nordic minimalism, the clean lines and soft colours are
In the project designed by Unduo the living room and kitchen are a single environment conceptually divided by the line of pillars, along which there is also a sofa. The latter faces the living room, composed of a bookcase, a vintage armchair and a surprising yellow sideboard, and turns its back on the dining area, with a table and four different chairs, and the kitchen, made up of a black island and a wall with three built-in columns for a fridge, oven and pantry.