By Josse Alexandrie. Kitchen. Published at Tuesday, April 24th, 2018 - 09:17:10 AM.
Hectares and hectares of fresh, green fields being glimpsed through the window; cows and chickens peacefully trotting around outside, adding to the homely ambience… these images are synonymous (in our creative minds, at least) with good old country style kitchens, conjuring up a vision of home-made bread, warm coffee and a simple way of living.
Open-plan living has become part and parcel of the 21st century. Think about all the various ones you’ve seen, both in real life and in design magazines / websites: a home office seamlessly connected to the living room; a bedroom sharing its open space with a bathroom; and, perhaps the most popular one of all, open-plan kitchens beautifully blending in with an adjoining dining room or lounge, or both.
We recommend going with solid wood, in-frame doors for a quality finish. You then have the option of leaving the wood in its natural colour (with a varnish or wax finish), or splashing on a fresh coat of paint in the appropriate colour (just remember our tips from number one).
Small L-shaped kitchens shouldn't be seen as a compromise when they work as well as they do. Though there are a number of suggestions as to the best way to get value from a modest kitchen, an L-shaped layout will really seek to maximise all those areas that tend to be dead space, such as corners.
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