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March 1, 2018

Industrial, minimal o contemporary: Three ideas to revolutionize your kitchen

The kitchen has become a multifunctional space and has made decoration its main ally to achieve this premise.

Until very recently, these rooms were a space exclusively reserved for cooking and eating in the home. With the passage of time, it has become a multifunctional environment where we spend more and more time and perform other tasks: studying, using the computer, chatting…

For this reason, interior design trends have adapted to this new use, which is increasingly integrated into everyday life. We can say that we are facing the birth of the “modern kitchen”, where this one is configured like a more diaphanous space, wide, with less furniture. An area where practicality and functionality prevail.

The kitchen, increasingly the protagonist

It is in the kitchen where, on many occasions, the best talks of a family take place. Therefore, this space is presented with an increasingly socializing role and one of the latest trends is to integrate them with the living room or the living room.

Venis bet by this concept of’ modern kitchen’ and present different suitable materials for the floor tile of these environments both for its resistance and comfort and for its easy combination with different styles. Likewise, GamaDecor, a Porcelanosa Group brand that manufactures kitchens, adapts to any interior design with modern, classic and rustic furniture… but always innovating.


  1. Industrial Style

One of the styles that are currently trend is the industrial. In the kitchen you can also get this feeling: grey and black tones where the touch of colour is put by an American bar in wood and stools in a brighter colour.

It is a kitchen that tries to resemble the industrial style for its dark tones but at the same time is very urban. Only risking in the decoration and mixing different colors (gray, black, orange) and materials (wood, porcelain and marble, among others) this combination of environments is achieved.

In detail, the Newport Dark Gray floor tile has been used in the flooring to guarantee all the comforts of the ceramic tile: cement like material that will not show variations in time and has infinite control of the graphic, so a more stable piece will be obtained.




  1. Minimal style

Soft colours, large spaces with little furniture and plenty of light are the elements needed to create a minimalist style kitchen.

The result is a room that makes your own space more multifunctional than ever at the same time practical. Large furniture to store all the utensils, American bar where it is cooked, table to eat the whole family and the rest of common accessories of any kitchen.

To achieve this style, Venis also has quality materials. For example, for the floor tile MunichBlanco collection could be used for floor tile. A product with a very light tone and a matt-gloss finish that will facilitate cleaning and guarantee an unbeatable quality. This floor resists the passage of time without losing an iota of its finish.




  1. Contemporary style

The kitchen is reinvented to create a space that could perfectly be a second living room.

The American L-shaped bar allows you to create a spacious kitchen that allows great freedom of movement when preparing the best dishes. The second feature is that one of the sides can be used as a support for eating.

The chocolate and white tones bring elegance and combine perfectly with the light brown wood furniture. This wood has also been used to cover the hood, which has a very futuristic design. A combination of contrasts and modernity as it is played with different materials and creates a perfect visual game.

For this type of styles, Venis offers the Frame Clear collection for floor tile with a matte finish. Both in 80×80 cm and 59.6×59.6 cm this material has a robust but elegant appearance. Its Ston-ker finish guarantees resistance for a space as busy as a kitchen can be.

In addition, this product is suitable for any space which allows it to be installed both in the kitchen and in the part of the living room that make up these modern spaces.



Porcelanosa’s experience in the ceramic tile manufacturing sector prompted the creation of Venis. As a result, right from the very outset, it succeeded in forging a leading international reputation as a stoneware and porcelain tile manufacturer.


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Venis surge desde la experiencia de Porcelanosa como fabricante cerámico. Por ello, desde el principio, se convierte en una empresa referente a nivel mundial en la fabricación de azulejos, gres y porcelánico.

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