7 Impeccable Minimalistic Kitchen Designs

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Designer: Dan Brunn | Caesarstone: Pure White

I’m all for simple and minimalistic kitchens lately. Between a busy working schedule and a busier family life, I crave designs that are easy to clean, quick to put back in order and visually comforting and serene. The following kitchen designs are, more or less, what I have in mind of what my ideal kitchen would be right now.

Designer: Mila Design

The upper wooden cabinetry and the impressive slab dining table add a natural note in this all white kitchen.

Designer: Dan Brunn Architecture | Caesarstone: Pure White

I love the open plan concept in this loft. A large kitchen island provides tons of storage while it separates the kitchen working area from the rest of the space.

Designer: paul.M

A simple yet bold white volume covers the hood and is also used for hidden lighting that is both practical and impressive.

Designer: hammer pfeiffer architekten

The corner fireplace is a creative design element that adds warmth in this kitchen. I also love the modern wood opening that frames the nature outdoors like a gorgeous art print.

Designer: MHouse Inc. | Caesarstone: Misty Carrera 

The beige hue of this kitchen and the beautifully styled open shelving below the upper cabinets lends a casual, understated vibe.

Designer: Salt Interiors | Caesarstone: Pure WhiteSleek Concrete

The black and white contrast in this kitchen is outstanding. The suspended corner fireplace, the skylight, and the opening to the backyard make this kitchen one of my favorites as of yet.

Designer: Mikayla Rose | Caesarstone: Blizzard

The all white cabinetry is interrupted by bold, black touches in the fixtures, sinks, and appliances. The wooden pendant above the island is an unexpected touch that smooths the monochromatic design.

I would love to hear your thoughts on the minimalist kitchen style! Would you adopt this design aesthetic in your home?

For more kitchen ideas: 5 Ways to Add Color to Your Kitchen | Kitchens to Make You Green With Envy

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Eleni Psyllaki is an architect, specializing in interior design, living in Crete, Greece. Apart from local interior design projects, she works with clients from all around the world through personalized e-design services. Her blog, My Paradissi, is a source of inspiration for the happy and creative living. It has been named by Domino magazine as one of the best design blogs to follow. Co-author of the first European book written entirely by bloggers, ‘Wohnideen aus den Wahren Leben’ and a speaker at the Hive Blog Conference in 2012.