Warm Colours: Mediterranean kitchens typically feature warm, earthy colours such as terra cotta, gold, deep red, and ochre. These colours help to create a warm and welcoming environment.
Natural Materials: Stone floors and countertops, wood cabinets and ceiling beams, and wrought iron light fixtures and hardware are most common elements of the Mediterranean kitchen.
Rustic Texture: Textured walls and cabinets that show the natural grain of the wood give the rustic feel to the design.
Open Shelving: Open shelving is a popular feature in Mediterranean kitchens, allowing for easy access to frequently used items and displaying beautiful pottery or dishes.

Patterned Tiles: Mediterranean kitchens feature patterned tiles, which can be used for the backsplash, flooring, or even on the walls. This is not only stylish interior solution but also practical, as it’s easy to clean and maintain. Ceramic or porcelain tile with a similar look can be a great alternative for real stone or tile.
Arches: Arched doorways and windows are a common feature that adds a touch of elegance to your kitchen. Such a sophisticated element also helps to create a more open feel of your space.
Mediterranean-Inspired Accessories: Accessories such as ceramic vases, colorful glassware, and of course potted plants, hanging vines and herb gardens bring some life into your kitchen.
All the above creates a cosy and inviting space that is both functional and beautiful.

Book an appointment with our designer for a consultation and a 3D model of your future kitchen.