Published at Thursday, July 20th 2017. by Alleffra Chevallier in Kitchen.
There‘s a time to be practical also there‘s a time to look beautiful. When discussing interior design, it‘s not a matter of choice but rather an issue of finding the right way to combine these two approaches and to use them harmoniously. The kitchen design presents a series of particular challenges in this sense. This is where you have to be precise in making the most of the available space in‐conjunction with in focusing on functionality without neglecting style.
It‘s hard to have it all in a kitchen, especially when space is limited. If possible, take advantage of your kitchens large windows by placing a bench seat along them, thus creating a comfortable breakfast nook or a small dining area. Rudolphe Parente proffers the right amount of inspiration in this sense.
Marble kitchen countertop with a white design. A different way of making the most of a kitchen’s large windows with view is by designing cabinetry along that wall in‐conjunction with positioning the sink right in front of the window. This way you could admire the sight while cleanse the dishes. Check out the design offered here by Anne Decker Architects for more details.
multifunctional kitchen design with an island. The kitchen island frequently engage a central position, portion as a multifunctional segment of furniture. You could utilize it for storage, as a bar, breakfast area or as a prep space when cooking. Some islands even have built‐in sinks. It‘s up to you to decide which elements are most important.
Farm inspired kitchen with wooden beams. The old reveal beams are in this instance the main attraction, not only for the kitchen nevertheless for the rest of the passable floor plan as well. Garde Hvalsoe furnished it with simple pieces that mix old plus new, modern in‐conjunction with rustic in a very natural together with beautiful way.
Grey concrete kitchen design. One of our preference color combinations for the kitchen is the orange plus gray. These two tones can be integrated in a variety of stylish ways. Gray kitchen cabinets, for example, can be complemented by orange wall decor or accent elements such as bar stools or counters. Rob Mills Architects chose to also add a few bawdy details to the mix.
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