By Guenievre Celeste. Kitchen. Published at Monday, April 23rd, 2018 - 23:54:18 PM.
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.
Just because L-shaped kitchens are naturally great for displaying bulky items on the counters, it doesn't mean that they have to be used in that way. In fact, a minimal scheme works terrifically well within an L-shaped context and size really doesn't matter.
Incredibly durable, bamboo is less likely to gape than other solid woods. Usually pre-treated by the manufacturer, bamboo flooring can be stained or left in its natural colour, ensuring you a wide array of options.
What’s quiet, durable and softer underfoot than hard tile or concrete? Cork, of course! It’s also quite the sustainable option, as cork trees take only nine years to regenerate. And thanks to its natural texture, it’s one of the best slip-resistant options.
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