Modern Fusion Interior Designs For Kitchens

Modern Fusion Kitchen Design For Newlyweds

Modern fusion interior design is the preferred option for the professional interior designer who does not value the common, the ordinary, or the everyday. The very word “fusion” means to join two different things – just as marriage joins two individuals into one perfect harmony.

In the hands of a professional, fusion creates a unique, exciting and one of a kind kitchen.

The trend today is to use fusion to blend the rustic, farmhouse charm of yesterday with the modern, chic, and sophistication of today.

Done correctly, modern fusion interior designs for kitchens are beautiful, functional, and as exceptional as the people who live there. It is all about harmony, being mindful about minimizing the amount of materials used and taste.

Lighter colors such as white, gray, blue and tan are still a good basic motif. The fusion will bring the boldness of color, woods, and metals to the room. Kitchen fixtures of stainless steel, brushed nickel, or even brass may accent a beautiful, deep copper sink.

Interior designers are staying away from frills. Clean lines, contrasting textures, and fusion of materials create the desired look. At the same time, modern fusion is an “anything goes” proposition. Nothing is off-limits and even the most unexpected item, can bring together the perfect look.

Modern fusion is an unpredictable concept. There is no limit on creativity of a design master.

The designer will consider:

  • The amount of workspace there is in the kitchen
  • The types of lighting available
  • The kitchen fixtures
  • Kitchen sink faucets
  • Furnishings
  • Wall hangings
  • Countertops and backsplashes
  • cabinets
  • Floors (materials)
  • Colors
  • Type of ceiling
  • Open or closed floor plan
  • Windows and doors
  • Appliances

They consider all of this information to provide a fusion kitchen that is both beautiful, timeless, and functional.


In our example, we are combining the look of an old style kitchen decor with modern kitchen decor. Your design expert will use a variety of materials. From new items to repurposed items, it is the combination that gives you the look you desire.

This is true in many fusion design kitchens, regardless of the styles being merged. Maybe you are combining “Eastern and Western” cultures, “Asian and Organic” or “African and Early American”. There is no limit to the combinations. To achieve the look you desire, you will trust the eye and expertise of your design professional.

Your Design Artist

By now you see the importance of choosing your interior designer carefully. You want someone who listens to you and guides you to the design of your dreams. You want someone who can see the beauty in the unusual, and can spot the perfect piece for the perfect spot.

Choose an interior designer with experience in modern fusion, for kitchens. Ask for references and view their portfolio. Above all, take the time to sit with them and talk.

Explain what you are looking for and allow them to advise what they can do. Communication is very important in this field. This is not an area to cut corners. This is your home and you need a professional.

Be Honest

Be honest with yourself and your interior designer. Do not tell them, to “do what they will” and then micro-manage every step of the project.

If there is an item you simply cannot live without, tell them upfront. Especially if you have already signed up for a wedding registry that contains items which do not fall into the idea and refuse to take them off the list, tell your designer.

Allow them all the information they need to work with you and around your important items. They are professionals. They can work with any tools.

Modern Fusion is the most exciting thing to hit the world of interior design in recent years. Contact your interior designer and see what they can do for you.



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