By Guenievre Celeste. Kitchen. Published at Friday, March 02nd, 2018 - 22:30:53 PM.
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).
Although wooden floors are the traditional choice for country kitchens, the 21st century has introduced other (more eco-friendly) options that are also worth considering. These will still ensure that rural look you desire, albeit with minimum maintenance requirements.
Wooden worktops are also greatly encouraged for country kitchens, but do keep in mind that wood always requires a little more maintenance that other materials. Even the tiniest of spill needs to be cleaned immediately, not to mention regular oiling to keep those wooden surfaces looking fresh and new. A quick sand and polish is ideal for removing everyday scratches and dents.
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.
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