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5 of the Most Unique Kitchens
There’s nothing more pleasing than a sleek and well-designed kitchen, light and free from clutter. Although we may put our own individual stamps on our kitchens, we can all agree on good design, and most kitchens tend to follow a tried, tested and tasteful theme. But some people have taken a big risk with their kitchen design to create something they love, but other people may well hate. Here are five of our favourite completely unique kitchens.
Red and Retro
This bright red, 70s-style kitchen certainly makes a statement. Although the colours and patterns are quite overwhelming, it still manages to be stylish because of its retro charm.
This white and lime green kitchen looks like something from a kids TV show set, with its bright colours and zig-zag lines. Even the shelving space and ceiling tiles are designed on uneven and wonky lines. The finished result is fun but still functional, with a lot of personality.
Clearly inspired by quaint historic architecture, the owner of this kitchen decided to style it like the buildings themselves, rather than like the kitchens that might be inside them. We can only imagine that cooking in this kitchen feels rather like being a giant.
An Eastern aesthetic has taken over this beautiful golden kitchen, which glows like the sun thanks to the materials, colours and lighting. Even though it looks eccentric, it’s still a modest size and has everything you need in a kitchen, so it’s not quite as impractical or extravagant as it first appears.
Plenty of Patterns
If you’ve had a couple of glasses of wine, it’s probably best to stay away from this disorientating kitchen design. The repeated pattern all over the walls and floor – and the mirrored ceiling – make it more like an optical illusion than a kitchen. That said, apart from the patterning it’s actually quite a minimal kitchen, balancing out the busy tiling effect with a clean and simple structure.