By Josse Alexandrie. Kitchen. Published at Thursday, May 03rd, 2018 - 17:05:14 PM.
In a bid to really bed L-shaped kitchens into place, kitchen planners have been looking for ways to integrate appropriate pieces of furniture that heighten the look and usability of the rooms. A popular choice is an L-shaped kitchen table, which mimics the counter layout, or even mirrors it, depending on which way round it is set.
U-shaped kitchen designs were once the epitome of a covetable kitchen layout, but it's all about the L now and to that end, homeowners have been experimenting, to make this layout a little more custom and personal. A tried and tested way to add extra pizazz to an otherwise functional room is to add a healthy dose of colour and L-shaped installations soak up unusual hues like a sponge.
Sleek gloss finishes in fashionable shades work just as naturally as heritage hues and with a contrasting countertop in place, to magnify the practicality of the layout, there really isn't a colour that won;t work in an L-shaped space. From grey, black and orange, the predicted colours of the year, through to bright white and pretty pastels, anything goes.
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.
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