By Guenievre Celeste. Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, March 21st, 2018 - 08:12:49 AM.
Open-plan layouts have become quite the trend, and it’s not only because they are super functional (think about how easily they combine different spaces, ensuring more legroom to squeeze in more furnishings, more décor, and more guests!) – they also go a long way in making once-small areas appear larger and more welcoming.
What’s more, wooden floors are a superb investment if you ever plan on selling your house. It’s a tried-and-tested option that can withstand decades of use and is ideal for open-plan rooms. Its drawbacks are that it can be prone to the occasional scratch, as well as vulnerable to moisture.
One of the best secrets of the country kitchen is that it doesn’t need to look perfect. In fact, mixing and matching an array of elements tend to make it look better and homelier compared to painstakingly planning every little bit and ensuring that all those pieces are 100% matched in appearance, colour, etc.
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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