Simple wooden kitchens are temptingly beautiful, even luxurious
Do you want a seamless look in your kitchen? Natural materials and simple colors are a good start. Moreover, they can be adapted very well to different tastes. Here are some examples to show you this. What is surprising is how such simple solutions can look so luxurious.
The secret lies, on the one hand, in the very cautious selection of shading. Depending on nuance, the wood can look organic from ultramodern to organic. On the other hand, the luxury look is achieved through the perfect workmanship, which can be seen in every detail.
We give you some concrete examples.
A favorite material from many designers
Complete wall cladding
In modern wooden kitchens designers choose the almost complete wall covering in this material. This is only interrupted by certain accent surfaces. In the first example, this is the sink back wall. In texture and color it corresponds with the kitchen island and the Einbaugeräten.
For the floor, tiles were used in natural stone optics. The material behind the sink and on the kitchen island corresponds in color with the floor design.
The result is a seamless, organic look. We find this in some of the other examples.
The complete wall covering with wood and a maximum of another material can also be seen in the next examples. The natural character of this kitchen design also helps to create a seamless transition between interior and exterior. This can be clearly seen in some of the illustrated pictures.
These kitchens open out over a transparent wall to the garden.
If there is no such prospect, this could be replaced by a wallpaper with nature theme.
Enrich the kitchen design with effective elements
The luxurious character of many of the simple wooden kitchens is achieved through artistic design elements. These are executed in the industrial style and are strongly emphasized by black and white contrasts.
By a small change in the colors to the dark and by visible grain one goes in the direction rustic. This rural style is traditionally somewhere traditional. So if the classic and not the eclectic look meets your intentions, you will not be able to do without the complete wall cladding made of wood, because it is very fashionable.
Instead, as in some of the examples, you should only perform selected accents in such wood design. The combination shown with classical elements clearly increases the level. Small modern touches give the whole a subtle eclectic character.
Some of the elegant examples show great integration of wooden kitchens into open living plans. The striking models include wide wall shelves. They are just like some of the kitchen elements in wood. They have common properties in the design – such as the nuance or the grain, but differed according to other criteria. This creates welcome contrasts that enhance the space and maintain a uniform look.
Seidenmatt lacquered wood for the kitchen
In many of the wooden kitchens the emphasis is on the great surfaces, which give you an incomparable feeling of luxury. Unbeatable in this regard are silk-lacquered surfaces. With the integration of these, you come closest to the classic luxury.
Through the forms of the furniture, you can reach a more modern or classic look.
Most examples of wooden kitchens are based on a seamless, monochrome look. Color details are rare and if so, they are very appealing and well chosen. They range from fine products for the kitchen to abstract works with geometric shapes.
Interesting light elements
Without the interesting and functional light concepts, the luxury atmosphere of the kitchens shown is unthinkable. The organically active rooms are refined by natural light. This is abundantly permitted by the kitchen plan. The night lighting is functional, but also as bright as possible.
For other wooden kitchens the noble effect is mainly achieved by recessed luminaires and mirror surfaces.
In both cases the source of the ambient lighting is hardly noticeable and certain elements in the room are strongly emphasized by built-in or touch lamps.