They say that the kitchen is the heart of the home, and a successful kitchen is one that reflects the way you live, eat, and entertain. Sleek, neutral, and minimalistic kitchen styles are naturally appealing, but bold styles can be just as compelling. Check out what these savvy interior designers are bringing to the table when it comes to the latest kitchen designs.  

Stainless Steel Kitchens: Branca Interiors

Stainless Steel Kitchen

Just like you, stainless steel is multitasking in 2020. Studio Designer user Alessandra Branca, the owner of Branca Interiors, crafted this sleek and chic kitchen using stainless steel countertops, woods, and see-through cabinets. This material can withstand just about anything; from hot pots to kitchen utensils just about every type of stain. When installing stainless steel, it is important to consider the thickness, edge shapes, and finish options. The standard thickness is a 1.5-inch side drop, yet there are a variety of thicknesses to choose from. And there are many kinds of finishes for stainless steel like a brushed, matte, mirror polish, and satin polish. 

White Cabinets: Kemble Interiors

Kitchen with White Cabinets

Studio Designer user Celerie Kemble, founder of Kemble Interiors creates vivacious personality-driven spaces. This kitchen is accented with colorful backsplash and white cabinets that add a subtle salute to classic kitchen design. White cabinets deliver a refreshing glow opening up any kitchen while supporting a modern look. If you are updating your own home, adding a fresh coat of white paint will give you the same room opening effect without hurting your project budget. 

Eco-Conscious Elements: Right Meets Left Design

Subway Tile KitchenStudio Designer user Courtney McLeod founded award-winning design studio Right Meets Left Design and constructs vivid and unique spaces for her clients such as this airy Brooklyn Heights kitchen. The light blue subway tile coupled with white cabinets give the room a spacious and inviting feel for compact studio apartment kitchen. The wood butcher block countertop is an eco-conscious and unique touch made by Green Mountain, a custom butcher block company based out of Talent, Oregon.

The Kitchen as Home Office: Cove Interiors

Open Shelving Kitchen

Jill Gennett of Cove Interiors creates functional and exquisite spaces and with this kitchen shows how open shelving can work for a more expansive kitchen space. If you had to turn your kitchen into your office, then a kitchen table might become your new center of operations. This kitchen table Jill selected is perfect for the at-home professional, serving as a functional work and eat area while still sleek and beautiful.

When remodeling your kitchen or designing one for a client, it is important to assess if a particular kitchen style will work with daily routines and lifestyles. With all these unique and creative kitchen styles out there, there is plenty to explore! 

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