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Top 30 Kitchen Interior Design Ideas in Malaysia

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If you’re decided on your preferred colours, materials, and configurations for the kitchen, you may also be interested in getting your regular dose of inspiration with these 30 exemplar cooking spaces.

This kitchen is brought from simplistic monochrome and into neutral territory with the rendition of a backsplash in beige hexagonal tiles. Interior design by: Homlux Interior Furnishing

In contrast to the rest of the home, this kitchen is almost entirely saturated in white and black to give emphasis to the neutral coloured surroundings. Interior design by: Moonlit Inspiration

A case for decorating with accessories is made in this nearly all-white kitchen, with a range of books and jars of spices providing bright splashes of colour for intriguing contrast. Interior design by: IDS Interior

This neutral coloured kitchen serves as an unobtrusive backdrop for the iconic Snowball pendant by Louis Poulsen and the pair of countryside-inspired bar stools. Interior design by: PSQ

A rendition of a rural cooking space is achieved with a coffered ceiling and darkly stained wood for cabinets. Interior design by: Q1 Interior Concept

Rather than leaving this kitchen white and utilitarian, the designer opts for the injection of colour via yellow trim around selected shelves, in addition to bench upholstery and a backsplash rendered in a matching shade of indigo. Interior design by: Zids Design

What would have been a utilitarian and all-white kitchen is instead given some unique character with the use of patinated stone on the floors and backsplash. Interior design by: Craftsmen Valley

Stark lines of darkly stained wood and steel converge in this kitchen to create a cooking space that is simultaneously modern, yet rustic and industrial. Interior design by: Luna Solutions

The unadulterated grains of natural wood are utilised to paint this space with intriguing and irreproducible lines. Interior design by: Nu Infinity

A slab of dramatically veined marble elevates this modern classic kitchen to the height of luxury and adds a layer of organic lines over the stringent décor. Interior design by: FIX Design Solution

A fine balance between austere and opulent is struck in this kitchen, with dark wood serving as a rustic element while the backsplash speaks of luxury with a near-seamless panel of marble. Interior design by: Global Elite Ventures

The use of reflective metals in this kitchen serves the dual purpose of camouflaging the appliances and adding a layer of luxury to the monochromatic space. Interior design by: GDY Design & Construction

This kitchen demonstrates one of the least often seen applications of a kitchen island – as an alternative dining surface and a teppanyaki style stove-top simultaneously. Interior design by: Living Space Creative Design

While typical kitchens are sequestered behind corners and closed doors, this dry kitchen sits in full view as part of an open layout. Interior design by: D’concepto Design

The hallmarks of several historical styles converge in this kitchen, along with an abundance of reflective metals and glossy white tiles on the backsplash for a measure of modern flavour. Interior design by: ST Concepts

A kitchen decorated in rustic industrial style almost requires a striking centrepiece – such as the pictured retro-style fridge from Smeg. Interior design by: Yong Studio

Another alternative to hiding the kitchen is demonstrated with glass partition walls atop a border of countertops. Interior design by: SQFT Space Design Management

Composed largely from various tones of wood, this neutral coloured cooking space is given a bit of mirthful colour for an uplifting result. Interior design by: Blaine Robert Design

Several disparate tones of wood are utilised to accent this all-white kitchen and provide the space with some visual depth. Interior design by: PSQ

In a departure from the norm, this cooking space embraces its relegation to the outer edges of the home with a practical and intriguing aperture in the wall. Interior design by: Design Spirits

As with any other monochromatic space, the introduction of a single additional colour provides a some appealing visual complexity. Interior design by: One Roof Kitchen

This rural-styled kitchen is made memorable with the saturation of its cabinets and countertops in a rarely seen colour – a regal shade of green. Interior design by: Latitude Design

A specular quality of stone on the countertops, in addition to a similar motif in the tile mosaic of the backsplash, provide this pale kitchen with a subtle dose of texture. Interior design by: Archint Design

This kitchen demonstrates another variation of speckled motif rendered in tile mosaic, this time to reinforce a monochromatic colour theme. Interior design by: GDY Design & Construction

Elegance arising from simplicity is demonstrated using nothing more than the requisite neutral palette and straight lines of modern design. Interior design by: Nu Infinity

Nearly devoid of texture, this kitchen’s all-white decor is a deliberate choice made to preserve the perceived width of the space. Interior design by: Deep White Design

The grains of wood are used to accent this all-white kitchen and unify the space with the neutral coloured décor in the remainder of the home. Interior design by: Architrio design

In conjunction with the near-complete saturation in white, adjacent planes are kept glossy and reflective to widen the space. Interior design by: Jashen Interior Design

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