8 Texture-rich Kitchens Designed with Wood and Stone
Wood alway adds a sense of natural warmth to interior spaces when applied to walls, floors or kitchen cabinets, while hardwearing, durable and also beautiful stone is a popular choice for kitchen worktops and backsplashes. Here, we've collected eight kitchens that marry the natural textures of wood and stone to create visual interest while remaining practical.
1.By integrating materials that are rich in texture, like the sintered stone countertops and oak wood paneled cabinets, this classic L-shaped kitchen achieve an aesthetically pleasing look. The warm wooden veneer exudes a gentle charm, elevating the visual warmth of the space. Combined with timeless black and white tones, it maintains a natural and cohesive ambiance, which effectively relaxes you from the fast-paced urban life.
2.The combination of neutral colors creates a simple, understated and layered aesthetic. The artful integration of natural wood and stone textures, and modern surface materials in the cabinet design achieves a visual balance. The enclosed cabinets offer ample storage space, which can keep the kitchen always tidy. The kitchen island provides additional storage and a functional countertop, It also doubles as a partition between the kitchen and the dining area in the open space.
3.Artful mix and match of neutral tones and natural textures results in a sophisticated and composed aesthetic for such a open kitchen. This galley kitchen layout with an I-shaped cabinet configuration supplemented by a island, offer abundant storage space and ample workspace. The wall cabinet feature electric flip-up doors for convenience of upper storage. The closed cabinets help create an uncluttered kitchen space while the open section in the middle allows for ease of spice location.
4.The rich texture of the wood cabinetry draws the eye and lends a feeling of warmth to the kitchen.Natural veining mottled on the island and on the backsplash stands in contrast to the light wood grain, yet does not clutter the space. Wooden countertop is specially split into two parts to serve different scales of gathering.
5.This kitchen unites all the lovers of natural texture by its total natural tones. The island, as well as the countertops and backsplash, feature a light gray stone surface that stand a beautiful contrast with the cabinets. The grain pattern gives a more cohesive look. The tall cabinet features embedded appliances and some reserved space specially for wine. Lighting also contributes to presenting modern aesthetic besides functionality.
6.This open layout kitchen diner features a compact L-shaped kitchen cabinet, connected with the dining table, complemented by a dining sideboard and a floor-to-ceiling glass wine cabinet. Despite the limited space, the design still ensures a smooth workflow and creates an ideal interactive space. The overall cabinet design incorporates wood veneer finishes with varying tones, beautifully paired with the sleek black quartz countertop. The subtle and natural textures create a harmonious yet contrasting look, presenting a kitchen space with a touch of low-key luxury.
7.In this kitchen, dark wood tones and black sintered stone are the main elements, with gray cement texture, the general design is simple and layered, natural and warm. The compact L-shaped layout cabinets with integrated small island and dining table provide a convenient cooking and dining flow. The double wall cabinet unit shows more layered visual effect while increasing storage space.
8.If you want a more rustic kitchen, take note on this design. It gives a very cohesive look with continuous wood finish and sintered stone countertop, creating a steady and harmonious atmosphere. Everything in this open kitchen is tucked behind closed storage for a calm, clutter-free atmosphere. Storage become more efficient with further divided cabinet space. Incorporate modern elements like glass doors and metallic pendant lights to increase visual interest.