We use them to store food, cook food, serve food and wash up so having an aesthetically-pleasing kitchen design is probably a good idea considering how much time we can spend in there.
Surprisingly, however, not everyone is content with having an average run-of-the-mill setup when it comes to developing the theme of a kitchen.
Instead, there are mavericks out there who like to push the boundaries when it comes to interior design! Here are a number of examples that showcase some of the more bizarre kitchen designs out there – just what were they thinking!?
What’s the first word that comes to mind about this kitchen? Expensive. This Arabian-inspired design exudes luxury and glamour. You simply wouldn’t want to get it dirty, would you!?
In contrast to the gold-plated kitchen above, the following design looks, well, just plain boring! The splattering of beige really doesn’t do the room justice – although, the selection of sharp knives on display is slightly worrying to say the least!
This might get dark
From beige to black. Could you imagine this kitchen at night? You wouldn’t be able to see a thing. On the positive side (there aren’t many), at least the walls offer some contrast with their plain white display. Who’d want a kitchen like this? Someone does!
Seriously, who lives in a home likes this?
When it comes to bizarre kitchens, nothing can quite compare to this effort from a seemingly disturbed individual! All of the units used in this kitchen are shaped like coffins. Who could be so sick to sort out such a fetish!? Your guess is as good as ours.
A glimpse into the future?
If this design is meant to be a futuristic twist on the conventional kitchen look then we’re not looking forward to cooking in the future! This green and white jagged design attempts to be different but only serves to confuse and disorientate.
Too much yellow?
Another bold selection of colour on offer in this next kitchen design –this time it’s an almost sickly splash of buttery yellow. Not only is the overpowering yellow a little hard to bear, but the flowery wallpaper doesn’t add much taste either!
Apparently, the owners of this kitchen got their inspiration for this kitchen design from a trip to France. It certainly seems like they became a little obsessed with the architecture of the nation with the kitchen units denoting buildings and the walls being used as a backdrop.