10 modern Schmidt kitchens that bring together the main trends for kitchens

10 modern Schmidt kitchens that bring together the main trends for kitchens

As in all areas, in the kitchen, trends emerge, styles and materials are renewed and fashions are updated, resulting from time to time certain very defined trends that dominate the current market.

So, I have selected 10 modern Schmidt kitchens that incorporate the latest trends, whether in their finishes, design or materials, so that you can learn about them and thus choose the one that best suits your tastes and needs. I am explaining them to you.

Scandinavian style

Nordic cuisine from Schmidt

Schmidt kitchen and design

One of the latest trends in modern kitchens is the Scandinavian style, which has crept into our lives, even the kitchen, and never better said.

In this case, Schmidt opts for a kitchen in the always successful palette of white and wood, creating a very bright, timeless space, since it does not go out of style, but is above them, and with many natural nuances, especially thanks to wood.

The island fronts in white with stripes, making the white more natural than a gloss white or a standard plain matte white, and the Inno’Quartz countertop in Pearl, a neutral tone that blends perfectly with any style .

Naturally, these furniture and fronts can be ordered in another color and finish, although the “Nordic” effect would no longer be the same.

If you liked this kitchen, you can see all its details, finishes and references here.

If the Nordic style for your kitchen does not suit you much, perhaps the next kitchen will interest you more.

Elegant burgundy

Schmidt kitchen in Bordeaux

More details of this kitchen here.

As we saw recently in the trend colors for kitchens, burgundy was one of them.

And it is that this ostentatious color has the advantage of belonging to the range of elegant colors.

A burgundy kitchen has presence and personality, and works equally well combined with wood or lacquered, as we see in the kitchen above, where burgundy has been combined with matte black finishes, creating a fabulous designer kitchen with character.

Sirra (burgundy) has been used for fronts, combined with Caneo (black) for the rest of the accents.

Let’s see another trend kitchen:

Organic in nature

Organic Schmidt kitchen

More details of this kitchen here.

The natural, the artisanal and everything that takes us to our deepest roots has become very fashionable lately. We just have to see the rise of the wabi sabi, the plants inside, the artisan furniture so in vogue, as well as many other trends that confirm this premise.

So, organic is a safe bet today. And when I say organic, I mean materials of an organic nature such as stone or wood, among others.

In fact, the Schmidt kitchen we see above these lines is called Organic Smoothness.

It is designed with Celest and Stucco Gray finishes, which imitate the organic texture of stones, combined with wood finishes to enhance that organic characteristic we are talking about, and finished off with the Inno’Quartz worktops in Pearl and Stratified Pastel Oak.

In wood

Schmidt kitchen in natural wood

Schmidt kitchen and design.

Yes, wood is a trend in kitchens. It is a classic material that, far from going out of style, has become even more fashionable. As I told you, natural materials are at the forefront right now.

And not only traditional woods, as we will see below, but more exotic woods with more pronounced finishes, such as the one we see in the kitchen above these lines:

It is the Arcos Twin model by Schmidt, in Canyon and Kashmir gray with a matching top and a central island in matt white.

A perfect combination that makes the wood-effect finish look but does not overpower thanks to the white of the island and the gray of the cabinet fronts. A kitchen in perfect balance.

In classic woods

Schmidt modern kitchen in light wood and blue

More details of this kitchen here.

You don’t have to go for exotic wood finishes if you don’t want to. The more traditional woods, such as oak or pine, or their finishes are also still a trend in kitchen furniture, like the one we see just above.

The advantage of these clear and classic finishes is that they go well with everything. You can design both a serene and bright kitchen, such as the Scandinavian style that we saw at the beginning, or add a powerful color to create a kitchen with personality.

It is a light finish that allows you to add any other color or more forceful material.

The model that we see above these paragraphs is designed with the Arcos model and the Slowwood finish both on the fronts and on the stratified top.

All in wood

Schmidt kitchen in oak wood

More details of this kitchen here.

Continuing with wood in kitchens in the field of trends, kitchens in all wood are also in vogue. The sobriety and elegance of the wood has nothing to compare with.

This type of kitchen, if chosen in a medium wood, light oak type or other medium wood tones, adapts to modern spaces as well as more traditional styles such as rustic.

The advantage of this type of kitchen is the inherent warmth they bring to the space. Something very important if you like warm spaces since kitchens, due to their light and the ceramic coatings on the floor and walls, are usually cold spaces by nature.

The kitchen that we see above is designed with the Major Eolis model by Schmidt in a pastel oak finish with stainless steel grooves and with the laminated top also in pastel oak and Uptown Dark.

Black kitchens

Schmidt black kitchen

More details of this kitchen here.

It is not a new trend, but it is one of the most prominent trends. Black kitchens have been imposed with great force.

Far from what it may seem at first, black kitchens have been the order of the day for years.

The successful design of a black kitchen depends on how it is combined and with what other materials, but if done well, a black kitchen is for life. Timeless It is outside the cycle of fashions.

In addition, it greatly favors other decorative styles also trend such as industrial or vintage.

In smooth, matte, glossy or with moldings, as we see in the black kitchen above in these Schmidt lines, with more presence and a classic touch, a black kitchen is a resounding yes.

This one that we see is designed with the Frame model, (hence the front moldings) and with a quartz top in Cenere color and a stratified top in Ranch color.

In black and wood

Schmidt kitchen in black and wood

More details of this kitchen here.

Yes, like kitchens in white and wood, kitchens in black and wood are also a trend.

As I said before, that a black kitchen works decoratively speaking, depends on what it is combined with.

And when combined with wood, it is a safe bet.

In addition, wood adds the warmth that black or any other neutral color tends to lack, giving the kitchen a more welcoming atmosphere.

This kitchen is designed with the Arcos Supermate model in Nano Black, like the countertop: a material that absorbs micro-scratches, keeping the kitchen in perfect condition, showing off that deep black so beautiful, and combined with touches of composite Murphy wood for Arcos Edition models.

White kitchen

Schmidt white kitchen

More details of this kitchen here.

Naturally, white is still the leading finish when it comes to kitchens. It’s bright, it makes spaces bigger and lighter, and it never, never goes out of style.

Of course, depending on how it is combined, the kitchen will adopt a more current or more classic style. Obvious.

If you bet on trends, combine white with wood and organic finishes such as stone, metal, wood or concrete and cement.

The Schmidt kitchen that we see above these paragraphs is designed with the shiny Strass model in Everest color with a stratified top in Nano Black color.

Green I want you green

Schmidt kitchen in green and concrete

Schmidt’s Kitchen

If you have been looking for your ideal kitchen for a long time, you will have realized that green is one of the colors that has broken into the kitchen scene the most, right?

A green kitchen that can be integrated into any home, either in a traditional space dedicated to the kitchen, or in a space that communicates with the patio or garden, as we see in the Schmidt kitchen above these lines.

Not only is the matt green of the kitchen fronts (Sencha color) the decisive protagonist of the kitchen, the countertop in natural gray tones with an organic rock-effect finish (Rocca Gray) and the wood of the floor are the elements that make The whole kitchen breathes that natural air, making it possible, as I said before, to be installed both in a kitchen space and practically in the garden itself.

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