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"FedUp with your boring kitchen"

Here are the ideas and styles for you to make your kitchen more beautiful and enhancing.

Presenting different styles of kitchens for you today.

What is a Kitchen?

Yeah, we all know what a kitchen means. A place where freshly made coffee smells all around on winter mornings. Where we will cook delicious food for our loved ones, and also where we spend more time while preparing and enjoying the food.

As a South Indian mother, I know pretty well how much a kitchen meant in the entire home.

But home to make it more interesting and elegant, so all the family loves to be a part it?

What are the design styles for the kitchen?

Well if search in, we can get many styles like Contemporary, Modern, Mid-Century, Traditional, Scandinavian, Mediterranean, tropical, etc.,

The question is which type of style suits you and your family's requirements? So we came up with detailed concepts for kitchen interiors that make you get what exactly you want your kitchen to be.

Contemporary Style

Fundamentally, a contemporary style of decorating is defined by simplicity, subtle sophistication, deliberate use of texture, and clean lines. Interiors tend to showcase space rather than things.

It's a simple kitchen enhanced with the white marble island in the middle of the space serving as cooking and dining. It's the best style for those who like to be minimal and simple.

Neutrals, black, and white are the main colors in contemporary style interiors. Black is often used for grounding and defining a contemporary style room.

Modern Style

Often confused with contemporary style, today’s modern style is based on a design movement that was birthed around the turn of the 20th century. The word “modern” is one of the most misused phrases in decorating.

Modern style furnishings and decor celebrate natural materials, neutral or earthy colors, and the elimination of unnecessary detailing. While you may see a range of colors in contemporary styling, modern styles would have monochromatic colors.

With roots in German and Scandinavian architecture and design, the modern style is simple and unadorned. It is connected to the age of machination and is often referred to as that of the 1920s to 1950s.

Mid-Century Modern

Mid-century modern refers to the decorating style that rose to popularity in the 1950s and 1960s. It's characterized by lots of natural wood, simple lines, a mostly muted palette, and a sense of form-meets-function.

Bold color combinations are a hallmark of the classic midcentury kitchen. Beautifully crafted midcentury furniture is an investment in enduring style. If you are not a fan of bold color, you should know that crisp, white midcentury-inspired kitchens are also a thing.


Transitional kitchen designs can help bring your unique ideas to life in an elegant way. This style allows you to blend traditional and contemporary looks without the fear of creating an unsavory contrast.

Instead, the designs, colors, and textures come together to inspire earth-colored beauty and uplift your personal style.


When it comes to kitchens, creating a Scandinavian-inspired cooking space typically involves layering on accents of warm wood in the forms of cabinetry and flooring, paint colors in pale hues, and a minimalist yet textured backsplash. Sleek stools and scaled back kitchenware complete this timeless design look.

Bohemian Style

Open shelving, mixed patterns and textures, or a touch of vintage in accessories or appliances are the key ingredients for a bohemian kitchen.

The Bohemian décor originated from Central-eastern Europe and was commonly used by the nomads and the artistic people. It is an amalgamation of styles and blends with most cultures. One the ups of the boo design that you can utilize what you already have, what you have collected throughout your life. Old art, vintage pieces, fabrics, patterns.

The boo kitchen interior gives a warm and relaxed feel and just could be the heart of your home.


Tropical kitchens are bright, breezy, and balmy—think palm trees rather than seashells. They’re relaxed spaces to be in, and are characterized by warm, natural, organic materials such as wood and rattan. The tropical look encompasses both down-to-earth Balinese and classic Caribbean styles.

Core features include the white tongue and groove paneling, white countertop, and white furniture, while the wooden window frames, ceiling fans, and pineapple fruit bowl complete the look.

Why late? Its time to turn our boring kitchen into a stunning space in the entir home.

Keep visting for more updates and intresting interior ideas.

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