Published at Tuesday, April 17th, 2018 - 14:20:47 PM. Kitchen. By Josse Alexandrie.
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Take a look at this picture, which aptly demonstrates the potential that even a minuscule kitchen can unlock, with wall-to-wall L-shaped counter. What could have been at least two feet of blank wall is now a premium location for a small built-in oven and the corners have been expertly used to stash bulky countertop accessories, such as appliances and fruit bowls. A galley layout would have made the room feel even smaller than it really is, as apposed to creating the illusion of more spaciousness.
It can be tempting to fill a large room with more furniture or cabinetry than is needed, but by aligning with an L-shaped design, the clean lines, airiness and generous proportions of a kitchen can be amplified and enjoyed. Take this room as a prime example. There's a plethora of room, which could have all been swallowed up by extra cupboards, but by installing the storage and counters in an L-shape, the centre of the room is left free and clear for a stylish island and a pared back finish. It simply works so well.
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