Last Updated on: 22nd August 2022, 04:49 pm

The kitchen is undoubtedly the heart of the home. It is where you spend the most time – from cooking up sumptuous meals for the family, having one on one talks with your significant other, entertaining guests, and more.

With the kitchen being one of the most used rooms in the house, it goes without question that it tends to get a lot of wear and tear over time. If the thought of renovating your kitchen has crossed your mind, having the right contractor for the job is key and this is no other than Capmire, particularly if you’re in the Houston, Texas area.

Getting your perfect kitchen is indeed one for the books. With the industry experience of 15 years, Capmire is sure to make your dream kitchen come to life. Check out these kitchen design ideas to help you get started and finally make that refresh you’ve been waiting for.

  1. Modern Industrial

center counter kitchenSee this creative take on a modern industrial kitchen. Using tiled bricks as a backsplash lends more character and adds more texture and dimension that is characteristic of the industrial age.

Meanwhile, the use of natural wood is quite abundant in the space, from the kitchen island down to the dining table, and this lends warmth throughout the space. Paired with the somewhat gothic-medieval-inspired lighting fixtures, this approach creates a great play not only on textures but also manages to create a sleek and modern look that’s perfect through the ages.

Keeping the rest of the space white allows the tiled backsplash and the wooden accents to shine, creating a more dramatic contrast. The addition of the striped rug in the dining area works to break the monotony of the colors without being disruptive to the elements.

  1. Contemporary Look

marble kitchenThe color white certainly dominates this kitchen and there’s nothing wrong with that. This is actually perfect as it lets the white marbled center island catch your eyes, a truly luxurious addition that will last you for years.

The marbled kitchen island slash countertop makes it look more elevated, perfect for when you’re entertaining guests or just want something intimate in the mornings. The cabinets painted in white also fit right in and allow you to store more pantry and kitchen essentials without making the space appear cluttered.

The gray accents, such as the color on the walls, the backsplash, and the chairs, as well as the cool silver kitchen appliances, likewise complement the space, making it look as contemporary and modern as you can imagine.

  1. 50 Shades of Gray

tall kitchenIf you want to make a play on monochrome colors in your kitchen, sticking with grays is the best way to go. The soft shades of gray lend this kitchen space more character while giving it depth. The darker gray color, on the other hand,

Mixing classic gray tones with the timeless white hue as a counterpart makes for an elegant space that brightens up the home. The use of gray isn’t just for aesthetics, this is also a practical choice for a reason – this can hide stains better than white and is better for when you have children or pets with you.

The use of cabinets throughout the space can be a lifesaver. While open shelving is all the rage these days, these cabinets are a godsend as they can readily hide any unwanted clutter just by closing the door.

  1. Opt for a Pop of Color

green counter kitchenBrighten up the heart of the home by painting your cabinets in a cool blue color. Teal, seafoam green and other related hues are cooling and relaxing to the eyes. Plus, these work particularly well with the tiled backsplash in a light gray tone, especially with the play-on textures.

This blue tone helps make it feel like you’re tran