The refreshing touch of timber is the one thing that the upcoming kitchen spaces have in common. The timber has the incredible ability to soften and add texture to any kitchen design in an instant, specially when combined with harder industrial finishes like concrete, tiles and steel. You can use the timber on the walls, on the cabinetry, floor or benchtop and still it will bring warmth to your heart.
We have gathered a collection of kitchens with designs that incorporate timber in many different ways. Wooden kitchens are the best ones! Do you agree with us?
Can you spot even the tiniest touches of timber that bring soul and warmth to the space incorporated? Here, in this Art Deco home the restored timber workbench and the exposed timber beams simply complement heritage features like the arched windows and these exposed brick walls.
Nordic style kitchen, knotted oak joinery and marble benchtops. See how the timber brings freshness and timeless contrast to the style kitchen. Everything fits perfect and it’s a resemblance of a restrained and elegant combo.
Warm coastal vibe! Can you feel it?
Here, the timber offers a warm contrast to the exposed brick of the original brick.
Look at those cathedral ceilings, and while it may appear to be a timber kitchen there is an extra gem in here. It is actually constructed from red gum wood veener for a more durable finish. And it has been paired with reconstituted stone benchtops.
This is a boho inspired kitchen, and timber can be incorporated into almost every style of kitchen. For example this kitchen combines a bohemian aesthetic with traditionally industrial surfaces.
This is the traditional feel of a timber kitchen that we all love. If you add a temporary timber work bench can be a quick and cost-effective solution.
Blond timber is the best choice if you want more modern, Scandinavian feel. So, this kitchen shelving styled in neutral tones is both functional and elegant.