Different Kitchen Styles

April 11, 2021

A kitchen tells a lot about the personality of those who have chosen it: materials, colors, objects, appliances are a mirror of our tastes, our passions, and our lifestyle. We have selected five kitchen styles from among the most trendy ones to be inspired by freely without forgetting a fundamental rule: in choosing kitchen furniture, it is better to be guided more by the heart than by fashion.


At the other extreme, we find the classic style. It is the grandmothers’ kitchen: the large, warm, welcoming one, which smells of freshly baked coffee and pastries. It features wooden furniture (usually vintage), hanging utensils (preferably copper), pottery, jars, and garlic braids in plain sight—usually nostalgic, and lovers of retro furniture like it. The important thing is that at least the appliances are in step with the times.


The ultra-contemporary and hi-tech kitchen stand out for its sophisticated design, linear rigor, and innovative materials. It is one of the most popular styles, especially in modern and metropolitan homes, because it allows you to combine aesthetics and functionality, thanks to a smart approach to appliances.


Shabby-chic also stands out among the new styles of kitchens. In this case, the entire kitchen seems to take on a particular aspect, The Deco one. There is even the impression that they have already used the kitchen as it even looks … aged. The Shabby-chic style refers to a fairly rudimentary form and is well suited to those looking for simplicity.


Although simplicity and functionality are the two key factors of this very modern trend, the Scandinavian style is not the simple marriage between white whiteness and the naturalness of wood.

Moving without hindrance also means playing with lighting, with a series of projects that strongly consider the creation of numerous light points.

A relaxation area, with a table and two chairs, also folding, allows you to create an area for coffee and a break during the day.


The triumph of natural materials such as stone, wood, and white lime, the latter pleasant for making the interior spaces dazzling: the Mediterranean style is a simple trend as a conception because what matters is the fact of transmitting sensations.

The home environment is conceived and studied on two factors: functionality and simplicity. An island in the center of the room allows anyone to move easily, with the large table, the undisputed protagonist, to do many operations.

In Conclusion:

Whatever style you prefer, always remember the design of an ideal kitchen cannot ignore the balance between functional needs, space, and aesthetics, and this inevitably requires some compromise.

At Kitchen Legacy, we design a custom solution for the stories of your lifestyle. Space where you fall in love—not just in the showroom, but in the actual world of your own homes.

At Kitchen Legacy, we believe the kitchen isn't merely "where the cook is." The kitchen is where life happens, and it is the most important place in the home. Just like style transcends beyond clothes or wearing the latest fad. Style is personality and individuality and an element that is vibrant, creative, and eternal.
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