To me, the modern Arabic kitchen would feature open shelving, and local craft influences... to be Omani it would be relatively simple in colours (like Greek villas in Santorini only a muddy brown rather than purest white), and rustic in materials. But, for Moroccan, bright colours and modern lines could be added to the mix.
|traditional Omani kitchen---similar to European 12th century;)|
Okay, so most traditional Omani houses didn't have a set place for cooking... And if they did, it was a space for stacking burning wood under a pot and some raised mud brick on either side of a flat metal round disc thingey, for making bread.
So... room to be creative yes?: Bright colours aren't usually an Omani trait, however, in Syrian, Egyptian, and Moroccan design they abound: