It’s no surprise that householders spend the most money on kitchen improvements of any home renovation. Whether you are a seasoned chef or a rookie cook, the kitchen will always be a vital place in any house. It serves as the heart of the house, where people congregate not just to eat but also to spend quality time together. It is also where you may refine your culinary abilities, and if you have a flair for culinary, here is where you will spend the most of your time.
These designs from Cosentino‘s newest collection, Dekton Onirika, will appeal to all types of cooks, from expert chefs to culinary novices. No matter where you lie on the culinary spectrum, you should think about adding these sustainable Dekton surfaces that are resistant to abrasion, scratch, impact, and high temperatures so you don’t accidentally damage your gorgeous counters.
Take a look at these four amazing methods to incorporate Cosentino marble designs into your ideal kitchen in a sustainable way.
1. The Monochromatic
Most people who opt for the monochromatic thematic prefer a neutral look to create a timeless and plain canvas that they can work on. With this colour scheme, you can opt to put any decor from flowers to accessories on the countertops and it will flawlessly be aesthetically-pleasing. With fine, pale veins’ crossing the marbled pattern – the design creates a fascinating neural network, which teleports us into a white dream.
It is best suited for bright, neutral spaces with soft textures, light colours, and wooden or metallic accents. On the other hand, the Dekton Somnia from the Onirika Collection boasts captivating details of warm oxide browns and whites that merge under a grid of thin lines that create a sober texture.
2. The Contemporary
Contemporary interior design refers to the “style of the moment”, that would constantly be evolving with time. The hallmarks of this design style includes clean, curved lines, natural materials, stark contrasts and cool tones. It is a preferred design style for trendsetters who can continuously update their home décor to match the latest design trends.
It features thick veins of light greys, exquisite oxide terracotta, and a hint of subtle, inky blues. This iteration pairs beautifully with white, neutral tones, lightwood, and golds of any shade.
3. The Timeless
If you are looking for a design that would not go out of style, you can opt for Dekton Lucid from the Onirika Collection that displays many shades, reflections, and glints of colour to create an illuminative perception of colours best combined with wood, grey and gold shades, and frosted glass or the Dekton Trance from the Onirika Collection that features warm fine streaks that move between oxides and fade to reddish gold, combining perfectly with reddish oak wood and darker walnut tones. To bring a pop of colour to the space, blue furniture and warm golds in pale finishing can bring sleekness to this vibrant colour.
4. The Vintage
Whether inspired by the Victorian age or an Old World scullery, vintage kitchens tend to offer charm that instantly imbues your space with a sense of personality that is impossible to replicate in off-the-shelf kitchen design. If you’re a fan of retro or vintage designs, Dekton Vigil from the Onirika Collection recreates that vibe with thick veins in gradients of light and dark greys, matched with a subtle touch of gold. This is a classic colour that is easy to combine with warm and cold hues, wood metal, and clean concrete.
Find out more about Dekton® Onirika Collection here