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Textured wall. Bold color isn’t the only way to create a focal point in a kitchen. Texture is another, often-underused, design element. In fact, if you desire a monochrome kitchen, it’s a great idea to add some variety via sheen and texture, to keep the space from having a monotonous feel. This 3-D feature wall really makes the minimalist kitchen sing. Assen Emilov Photography
Stunning view. Some focal points don’t need to be added to a kitchen; they already exist. If you are fortunate enough to have a breathtaking view out your kitchen windows, ditch the upper wall cabinets and install expanses of glass instead so you can take full advantage of the view. A full-height pantry on an interior wall can provide the needed storage you would lose from going without uppers. Teddy Edwards
Fetching fixtures. Good lighting is a kitchen must-have. But don’t just install a few ceiling can lights and undercabinet strip lights and call it a day. Decorative kitchen pendants and chandeliers are hot right now, and they can be an excellent focal point in an otherwise neutral or minimalist kitchen.