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A minimalist plywood kitchen

How to get the look: a minimalist plywood kitchen

How to get the look: a minimalist plywood kitchenPlywood kitchens are a favourite of mine after white kitchens and the kitchen I’m featuring today, has the added value of having a few styling tips you may want to bookmark for future references.

Most the plywood furniture here, is custom-made.
I really love the discreet kitchen hood and the stand-alone kitchen which somehow, reminds me of Atelier September in Copenhagen. Add a few bistro chairs, a nice table in a light, natural wood to match the colour of the plywood, white walls to bounce back the light and you end up with a very soothing and peaceful space.

How to get the look: a minimalist plywood kitchenPLANTS IN THE KITCHEN

Plants and flowers are two things that will add a feel-good, homely vibe to kitchen. Last year, I shared 5 ways to display green plants at home and I really love the idea of using a large plant like a Monstera Deliciosa or a tall cactus as a design visual statement as shown here. 

We often see plants in nice inspiring workspaces or in the lounge but rarely in the kitchen except for the usual pots of fresh basil, mint and chives which never last very long if you buy them from the supermarket and don’t repot them.


Storage is key to achieve a minimalist look like these 4 beautiful kitchens but wall-mounted storage adds to the feeling that everything flows nicely around the room. If you’re on a budget, Ikea’s Stuva cupboard has great minimalist lines to achieve a similar look in white.How to get the look: a minimalist plywood kitchenSTYLISH HARDWARE

Avoid plastic, first it’s not good for the planet and it’s ugly! Instead get utility accessories that are so nice that they can be left on display like these Scandinavian wooden brooms by Iris Hantverk or this dustpan and brush from Menu that I love. How to get the look: a minimalist plywood kitchenHow to get the look: a minimalist plywood kitchenWhat do you think of this kitchen? It’s very peaceful and charming isn’t it!?


//Images via Stadshem


  1. It’s neutral and uses the colour from plants – so I’m bound to like it! I’m actually in the midst of a kitchen renovation so no kitchen until the end of August! It’s definitely inconvenient, but I’m sure it’ll all be worth it in the end.

    In the mean time, I’ll carry on making my cups of tea in the garage…


  2. Yes, this kitchen is very peaceful and charming! It’s perfect to come home to after a hectic day. I really love your suggestion to include plants to create a more welcoming environment.

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