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Creating a Focal Point: Design Elements That Make Your Kitchen Pop! - Nuenza

We’ve said it many times and we’ll say it again: of all the rooms in a home, the kitchen is arguably one of the most important. Not only is it a functional space where we cook and prepare meals, but it’s also often the ONE room where we gather with family and friends. With that in mind, it’s no wonder that homeowners often want to make their kitchens stand out.

The Definition of a Focal Point

One of the best ways to do that is by creating a focal point. A focal point is a design element that draws the eye and serves as a visual anchor for the space. Thankfully, there are numerous design elements that can serve as a focal point, including an eye-catching backsplash, a hood vent, and more…

Discover How a Creative Backsplash Can Enhance Your Kitchen’s Personality

While the primary function of a backsplash is to protect the wall behind the stove from splatters and spills, it can also be a great way to add some style to your kitchen. Consider using bold colours, patterns, or textures that complement your cabinetry and countertops. And of course, it can be made of many materials, including tile, stone, metal, glass, or even wallpaper (which happens to be the latest trend, all the way back from the iconic 60’s and 70’s)!

The Perfect Finishing Touch

What’s next? Hmmmm, how about a hood vent? Oh yes, a hood vent is not just a practical piece that removes cooking odours and smoke from the kitchen, but a beautiful decor statement, depending on how it is crafted. Hood vents come in many shapes, sizes, and materials, from sleek stainless steel to rustic wood. They can be mounted on the wall or suspended from the ceiling, for that extra “cabin in the woods” feeling?


Oh certainly not. In addition to what’s mentioned above, you could also consider adding a colourful island or a statement light fixture. Incorporate unique hardware, such as drawer pulls, cabinet handles, or add a distinctive pattern to your flooring. You see, the right flooring pattern could make you feel like you’re walking on sunshine and instantly draw your attention!

Overall, creating a focal point in your kitchen can make a big impact on the look and feel of the space. By incorporating eye-catching elements, things can only get BETTER. More aesthetically pleasing, appealing, transportive. Ready to embark on your kitchen redesign journey?