It is a common belief that ‘contemporary design’ and ‘modern design’ are the same. This is not the case. Modern design refers to a period of time, from the 1920s to 1950s, which is also known as the defined style of ‘mid-century modern.’
While many people would be familiar with the Arne Jacobsen’s Egg chair and the Eames lounge chair, the mid-century modern movement embraced functionality, which included clean lines, organic shapes, timber, steel, white walls and bare floors.
Contemporary kitchen design refers to what is popular or used often at present. At The Kitchen House we believe that contemporary design can be eclectic, using styles and pieces from all diverse periods in time. With over 30 years’ experience, The Kitchen House can create a unique and functional kitchen design using the style you would like for your home.
Kitchen form is incredibly important to any design, as is its function. Storage is one of the most important elements of the kitchen and can determine how the homeowner will use the space. The Kitchen House incorporates unique storage ideas into their designs, such as Blum corner drawers or kickboard drawers, to maximise the storage potential in a kitchen.
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