A New Approach to Kitchen Design: Tips from Caesarstone’s Experts
The Kitchen is the heart of the home. Traditional kitchen design concepts have been challenged by the desire to create ergonomic, efficient workstations that cater to the diverse needs and goals of each particular kitchen surface, as well as unique design styles and preferences.
In recent years, our global teams have seen and created a great deal of innovation in kitchen design. More traditional kitchen design concepts have been challenged by the desire to create ergonomic, efficient workstations that cater to the diverse needs and goals of each particular kitchen surface, as well as unique design styles and preferences. In an effort to help you benefit from our industry expertise, here are a few of the most recommended design tips:
Hit the Lights
Combining the natural, Mediterranean feel of of stone or tile floors with the elegance of several suspended lights can help create a warm atmosphere in your kitchen. Newer kitchens today tend to replace recessed lighting with various types of lights suspended from the ceiling and pendant lamps, allowing for a more personal touch in terms of style and design. This newly adopted lighting trend also enables you to get the most out of your floors and countertops, highlighting their natural shimmer and shine.
One of the most overwhelmingly popular trends in kitchen design is the use of natural materials and stones to create kitchen surfaces. With high durability and beauty, Caesarstone’s quartz-based surfaces have become a staple in the kitchen, expanding to new areas such as sinks and backsplashes (the area between the countertop and the cabinet). An essential element of these natural materials is its diverse range of colors and styles, allowing you to infuse your vision and color schemes into the natural, durable surfaces throughout your kitchen.
Maximizing storage space has always been a priority in the kitchen. But new, organization trends have incorporated dividers and sliding trays into cabinet and storage space, bringing order to previously chaotic kitchen areas. From shelf height to cabinet handles, when it comes to storage space, design is in the details. Creating your own smart, individualized structure for your cabinets can increase your kitchen’s functionality and allow you to enjoy its newly renovated atmosphere “to the last drop.”