There are plenty of things to consider before adding a fireplace to the kitchen. Think about your lifestyle, how much time you spend in the kitchen, and if you have enough space around the fireplace itself to turn it into a comfy gathering spot for friends and family. If that is not an option, maybe the fireplace is better served as a sculptural or aesthetic addition that brings the wow factor to the feature wall. The traditional fireplace in brick or stone with an arched design is another cool option for kitchens with styles such as rustic and farmhouse, while some homeowners might even want to combine the allure of a fireplace with the functionality of a wood-burning bread and pizza oven.
The discussion about style is often a controversial and touchy subject even among the best interior designers on the planet. While some are obvious and distinct, others have blurred boundaries and a multitude of individual elements borrowed from other styles. At times, we tend to recognize style by the visual in front of us rather than sticking strictly to the conventional definitions. Contemporary kitchens seem to be similar in nature. They are epitomized by the use of high-end appliances and a design that seems both assertive and ahead of its time.
The design works best in a room with lots of windows, because if possible the kitchen would likely include a bay window. The focus is on creating warmth and a homey feeling, says Broerman, because you're going to spend a great deal of time in this style of kitchen.
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