Relaxing Kitchen Tips

Nov 24, 2023 | Blog

Relaxing kitchens are designed to create a calm and peaceful atmosphere, often incorporating natural elements and simple, minimalist design.  There are several ways you can easily make your kitchen more relaxing.  Here are some tips for making your kitchen more relaxing:


A cluttered kitchen can create a sense of chaos and stress.  Firstly, take some time to clear out any unnecessary items from your cabinets and organise your kitchen.  Secondly, think about how many pots and pans you really need.


Add plants: plants can help create a calming atmosphere in your kitchen.  Consider adding a small potted plant for vase of fresh flowers to your countertop.  Moreover, plants and flowers can also add a pop of colour.


Use calming colours: consider using calming colours such as light blue or green for your kitchen walls or cabinets.  These colours are known to have a calming effect on the mind and white is a classic and timeless choice for a kitchen colour.  It creates a bright and clean look, which can help to make the space feel more peaceful.


Use soft lighting: soft lighting can help create a relaxing atmosphere in your kitchen.  Consider adding dimmer switches or using soft light bulbs.  Also think about adding lighting under kitchen cabinets and worktops.


Add comfortable seating: consider adding comfortable seating to your kitchen, such as a cosy armchair or cushioned bar stools.  As a result, this will make your kitchen a more inviting and and relaxing space.


Play soothing music: music can help create a relaxing atmosphere in your kitchen.  Consider playing some soothing instrumental music while you cook or eat.


Keep it clean: a clean kitchen can create a sense of calm and order.  Make sure to clean up after yourself as you cook and do a deep clean of your kitchen on a regular basis.

By incorporating these tips, you can transform your kitchen into a more relaxing, and enjoyable space. We can help with all aspects of your new kitchen design in Bristol.  We take time to consider your kitchen flow, counter space and storage requirements, so that your kitchen works for you.  Why not visit our showroom on Whiteladies Road in Bristol.

Have a great weekend

Clinton and Fiona