Wooden kitchen designs have always been the go-to option in Indian homes for its classic look and warmth. While many colours and finishes have taken over the market, the demand for wooden finishes hasn’t ceased. So we took this as a cue to show you the wonders we can work with this finish for a modern kitchen. Check it out and tell us which one’s your favourite!
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This lovely U-shaped kitchen works great for large families. The wooden tones are balanced with white wall cabinets to give it an airy ambience.
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A large L-shaped kitchen needs some warm elements to tone down the brightness. Thus, wooden finishes work great here as well. A strip of track lights accentuates the effect beautifully.
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Want wooden finishes to enrich the kitchen space? Well, use a white backsplash to bring in some contrast. Wood on white is a popular choice across the globe!
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When using wooden finishes, resort to a combination of open and closed cabinets. This not only visually lightens the feel but also makes it easy to access essentials.
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We adore this innovative design! A straight kitchen made interesting with an extended breakfast table. Who would’ve thought that this simple trick can optimise space utilisation? We did.
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Wooden finishes don’t all have to be dark! Choose Acacia or American Walnut to tone down the visual effect. Adding a backsplash with Moroccan prints just makes the design more intriguing.
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Can you see the difference a glass shutter can make? If you love wooden kitchens, you can experiment with different contrasts and shutter finishes to find a perfect balance.
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A pop of colour maybe? Introducing yellow simply amplifies the style quotient. All wood kitchens don’t have to be monotonous!
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Natural light can affect the way a finish looks. Although this kitchen has the same finish, it appears differently based on the way the light and shadows fall on the space. Think of this when you finalise a finish or just talk to an expert.
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Wood finish kitchens should not be all about dark colours. Think of pairing light colours with a neutral tile backsplash and you’re good to go. Still craving some elegance? Paint your walls dark blue, grey or black for maximum effect and see the difference.
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One dark cappuccino with a spoon of sugar, anyone? Take a look at this lovely combination of dark wood finish shutters and white marble finish backsplash. This is the best way to add class to your modular kitchens.
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When you have wooden cabinets in the kitchen, you should definitely experiment with the backsplash. Think Moroccan tiles in a statement colour to add interesting detail. Wood does not look overwhelming and lofts can be easily added without making your kitchen heavy on the eyes.
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Breathing space is essential for every design. A break from the wooden cabinets with open shelves makes this kitchen appear fresh and bright as well. So don’t just think of storage, but how ventilated and breezy a kitchen can feel.
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Another stellar example of how contrasting colours, glass shutters and open shelves can make your kitchen look more welcoming.
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Contrast doesn’t have to be all about colours, you can choose between gloss and matte finishes for a lovely design. Mahogany laminate finish paired with a frosty white acrylic finish is something to consider for the extended kitchen as well.
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Meals in the kitchen? This isn’t something moms’ would approve of, but a wooden bar stool to match the wooden kitchen is something we would all love! A pretty backsplash is an added bonus.
Don’t you love the spin we’ve given wood finish kitchens? We have plenty of kitchen designs for you to consider. Here are some stunning New Kitchen Designs to peruse!
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