Japanese kitchen design for millennial

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Kitchens may differ drastically around the world, but their role of bringing families together is universal.

Preferences in different aspects of life including residential interior designs change all the time. It’s result of life style of a whole generation and a need of that era.

As more and more millennial are becoming homeowners, their design sense and preferences are starting to impact how houses are designed.

Millennial are the minimalists who are sustainability conscious, seek reasonable and efficient energy resources for their homes, they don’t want clutter and of course, they want to save on the dollars.

Kitchen designs also are having an impact on their life style. Millennial prefer kitchens with an open plan concept, where they can use the same space for different purposes, where the families can come together not only for cooking, eating and celebrating but also for lounging and simply be together.

Japanese kitchens have always been simple and practical so combining the preferences of millennials with elements of Japanese kitchen design can be a great way to accomplish a simple, functional, yet a very stylish space.

Japanese kitchen design is all about balance, purity, and cleanliness and that’s exactly are the qualities millennials are looking for in their kitchen space.

Millennials usually look for and support ethically produced materials to equip their house with. A typical Japanese kitchen works around a simple, small palette of colors and monotone, comfortable, wooden furniture, so it’s easy for millennials to source this kind of items from a sustainable source.

Using earthy tones and finishes that resemble natural stones and wood textures are the very essence of Japanese philosophy to stay close to nature which also promotes mental and physical health.

A simple sleek cabinetry style with inside structure that easily stores everything you need it to, the way you want it to. The tendency is to adopt, accept, and find beauty in natural materials the way they are. Like wood, rather than painting or sanding down the natural grain, opting for a more natural form of material is gaining the trend. These elements when combined with modern appliances and clean design, comes out a fusion that makes a statement like no other.

A Japanese kitchen is Modest but not boring it has few details but focuses more on organization.  Incorporating Japanese kitchen elements into the trends of what millennials are seeking can be a big hit in Kitchen design industry.

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