No denying the most often renovated and remodeled space in a home is the kitchen. After all, it is the heart of our home. Kitchens rank in the seventieth in mixed-use spaces – in other words, kitchens are seldom used solely for meal prep.
Today we find countless iterations in kitchen design. From spaces that marvel a commercial-gourmet kitchen to cozy spaces with room enough for light conversation and a nook to do homework and so much more.
Pictured here, are two beautiful examples of modern kitchen designs. The first, is classic in design, with elements that create a timeless look and feel. Notice the great use of storage on the island while at the same time, making an interesting focal point.
The second picture is a scullery – a feature that is becoming more and more commonplace in today’s kitchen design. Not only beneficial as extra storage, the addition of a sink, microwave, oven, and potentially a fridge, make the scullery an integral extension of the kitchen.