Italian kitchen design is both elegant and refined. From the intricate details to the well-planned layout, it’s a design style well worth pondering over a nice Chianti. When done correctly, the finished kitchen is one that everyone will admire.
At the heart of Italian kitchen design is the concept that kitchen visual elements should compliment the functional elements. Therefore, wine racks, cabinetry, countertops, and appliances should be chosen so that they’re visually stunning without detracting from their functional purpose.
Of particular note, elements of traditional Italian kitchens can be blended with more modern, contemporary elements. Thus, it’s possible to include stainless steel appliances, pendant lights, etc. as long as these elements are balanced by traditional elements such as granite countertops, hardwood floors, etc. The most important thing is to create harmony between these various elements so that when you are cooking or entertaining, the space is comfortable and inviting.
Design Build Team, Inc. is happy to help you incorporate elements of Italian kitchen design into your home. We invite you to contact us today with your design wishes, and we’ll be happy to help you turn those into a recipe for a kitchen the whole neighborhood is sure to admire.
There is a lot to be said about simplifying your life, and Japanese inspired interior design embraces simplification at every turn. From clean lines and ample indoor lighting to uncluttered living space and a minimal amount of furniture, Japanese design is peaceful and relaxing for everyone in the family.
One of the primary objectives of the design is to bring you closer to nature. Thus, views of the outdoors and the incorporation of indoor gardens are elements you want to design around. When coupled with wood, bamboo, and stone accents, they create peace and harmony that flows effortlessly from room to room.
Another element that is crucial is the incorporation of water to create tranquility. Thus, bathrooms with soaking tubs and saunas are things you will most certainly want to include. Of course, you will want to close these rooms off via traditional Shoji screens that slide back and forth along the wall to conserve space within the room.
For more information about Japanese inspired interior design, contact us at Design Build Team. We’ll be happy to answer your questions and give you some tips on how you can bring a little bit of Japenese design into your home decor.