By Josse Alexandrie. Kitchen. Published at Friday, March 23rd, 2018 - 10:53:10 AM.
So many people are now waking up to the potential that an L-shaped kitchen can add to a home, thanks to the natural way that far more counter space can be enjoyed, as well as a generous floor plan. While a U-shaped room layout is often a little more 'normal', there is a lot going for these significantly more clever installations, which is why professional kitchen planners have been witnessing an increase in the number of clients seeking to create something simpler but still functional.
Fortunately, the green fields and farm animals are not prerequisites for enjoying your very own country kitchen – and seeing as the country style is becoming more and more popular (especially now in 2018), a lot of kitchen planners have been tasked with giving modern kitchens a ‘country’ makeover (without physically moving said kitchen out to the country, of course).
It’s thus no wonder that kitchen flooring get overlooked far too often, shoved aside by appliances and textile-planning instead. And don’t get us wrong: these factors are important too, yet if you’re planning on designing a kitchen from scratch or giving your existing one a major overhaul, yet don’t plan on including a professional floorer in the process, the end results are bound to be dismal.
Understandably, given the recent surge in popularity, there is a school of thought that L-shaped kitchens are merely for more modern or starkly contemporary homes, but that doesn't have to be the case. In fact, though this layout might seem like a current day solution, it works intrinsically with classic carpentry aesthetics, to create a harmonious and beautiful finish.
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