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How is the Scandinavian style used in kitchen design?

The real essence of Scandinavian style can be found in elegant and practical designs. The best part about such layouts is that it can be used in any room of your house. Apart from this, it also creates a harmonious blend of functionality and aesthetics. Kitchen being a room which is used for family gatherings needs to be warm and cozy.

This can be achieved by creating a design based on straight lines and simple elements. Scandinavian designs emphasize on using high-quality materials. This makes it easy to create a comfortable and elegant environment even in the kitchen. The style can be adopted by anyone who wants to decorate their interiors in an ultra-modern look. One can easily find reflections of similar designs in major parts or cities of Singapore.

What materials are commonly used in a Scandinavian kitchen?

Wood 

Scandinavian style is all about creating a cozy environment which is why wood gets priority. It can be used for multiple purposes including building furniture or covering the floor and walls of the room. To create a natural ambiance in your Scandinavian style kitchen, it is essential that you pick light color wood which showcases prominent grains.

Marble or granite 

These kitchens also have strong and durable work surfaces or counters. That is why marble or granite is the first choice of most designers. However, to make the room look bright and airy, you should always opt for a lighter shade stone.

Tiles
The main reason of using tiles in a Scandinavian kitchen is to provide contrast. It can be done by incorporating different colors, geometric patterns, and even embossed designs. To complement the white interior of a traditional Scandinavian style interior vintage or retro finish tiles are usually preferred.

Stainless steel 

Using stainless steel will allow you to create a professional looking kitchen. Besides, it also makes the place look luminous.

Laminates
A cheaper alternative to wood is laminate sheets. It is a material which gives you a natural finish without costing much. Although laminates are easy to maintain, they might not be the right choice for coastal areas.

Bricks 

Sometimes industrial elements can be found in Scandinavian design. That is why creating a brick wall to add texture and color is a familiar concept.

What type of furniture is ideal for a Scandinavian kitchen?

Furniture pieces which are straightforward, fully functional, and elegant are usually found in Scandinavian kitchens. Here are a few rules that you should keep in mind while designing yours:

* A sense of order can be easily achieved by using simple and clean lines. 

* To enhance brightness and airiness within the room light tone surfaces should be created. 

* To create optimum storage make sure that the depth of drawers and cabinets is massive. 

* The main feature of a Scandinavian kitchen is to create a clean environment. 

* Knobs or handles should be eliminated from doors and drawers so that there is no visual distraction.

What are the basic furniture pieces to use in a Scandinavian kitchen?

Cupboards 

The primary purpose of a closet is to keep the kitchen well organized and clutter free.

Tables 

Creating an element like a table which is also multi-functional is essential. It can serve as a workspace as well as a dining table for the family.

Wooden chairs and benches
Such furniture pieces are mainly used in rustic style kitchens. However, you can incorporate them in Scandinavian once as well to achieve industrial flair. The price range can be anywhere from 50 SGD to 100 SGD per piece.

Stainless steel appliances 

Most Scandinavian style kitchens have stainless steel appliances as it allows the light to be reflected in every corner of the room. Moreover, you can even get built-in appliances to create a harmonious space. However, they might be a little more expensive than the standard ones. For example, a regular OTG would cost anywhere from 100 SGD to 200 SGD. Whereas, a built-in one starts from 150 SGD and goes all the way up to 300 SGD depending upon its capacity.

What are the ideal colours to use in a Scandinavian kitchen?

A Scandinavian kitchen is all about looking bright and fresh. That is why choosing colors that promote this quality is a must. Here are a few examples of colors or shades which you can use in your own kitchen. 

White 

White is considered to be one of the most loved colors while designing a Scandinavian style kitchen. The main reason is that it enforces a sense of spaciousness and brightness. The ideal places for incorporating the color white are usually the walls and the furniture. However, in case, you feel the environment looks too sterile you can combine it with the warmth of natural wood.

Grey 

Another color which can be used in a Scandinavian kitchen is lighter tones of grey. It can provide a specific contrast to the room. The color also allows you to highlight the decorative elements of the kitchen. The most important advantage of using the color grey is that it gives you a feeling of death.

Black
The reason why designers prefer to use the color black while designing a Scandinavian kitchen is that it provides a touch of modernity. It is used primarily as an accent color which is present in various accessories like lamps, table covers, and even the wallpapers.

Pastel colors 

Another way to provide warmth to a standard white Scandinavian kitchen is by adding pastel shades of color. They are usually used in small doses and only in kitchen accessories. The colors blue, green, and yellow are the most commonly used shades when it comes to selecting pastel tones.

What about lighting?

Incorporating proper lighting in your Scandinavian kitchen is a must as it should be kept bright at all times. That is why you should use all your resources for incorporating artificial as well as natural light elements within the room.

* The ideal way to highlight the food presentation area is by using a direct light source attached from the ceiling. 

* You can even attach lights on winder surfaces so that the entire space can be illuminated. 

* Opting for metal lamp shades for your Scandinavian kitchen is highly recommended as it provides an industrial touch to the overall design.

* Areas like the bar or dining table can be made to look beautiful by fixing a chandelier or pendant light. It also creates a relaxed atmosphere.

If you are looking for design inspirations, then you can browse for photographs of Scandinavian kitchens on Homify. Also, we recommend that you contact our professionals so that you can learn about combining different elements for creating a harmonious-looking space. You can contact multiple kitchen planners through our website for free consultations as well.