By Josse Alexandrie. Kitchen. Published at Monday, April 23rd, 2018 - 17:27:33 PM.
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.
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.
The type of accessories you add to a kitchen also greatly influences its overall look. Sinks in particular are fantastic in carrying the country theme forward, as many country kitchens feature old-fashioned porcelain or stainless steel ones. When imagining a classic country kitchen, plaid and tweed
If a clean and contemporary look is what you envision for your dream kitchen, concrete can be ideal. It can take on numerous looks (stained and scored to resemble large tiles, even), is one of the low-maintenance choices, and is also quite the budget-friendly option.
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