By Guenievre Celeste. Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, March 21st, 2018 - 08:12:49 AM.
Traditional Shaker kitchen cupboard and drawer fronts will never go out of style. As long as there are cottages, country properties and people with a love for nostalgic design, it will always be wanted, which is why it's so great that it partners with an L-shaped layout so well. From handleless designs through to rustic interpretations, everything looks right with a right-angled counter in place.
Small L-shaped kitchens shouldn't be seen as a compromise when they work as well as they do. Though there are a number of suggestions as to the best way to get value from a modest kitchen, an L-shaped layout will really seek to maximise all those areas that tend to be dead space, such as corners.
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.
If you’re tired of preparing meals by your lonesome self in the kitchen while the rest of the family are socialising in the adjoining room, then put food prepping at the heat of your new open-plan kitchen.
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