By Eliane Raphael. Kitchen Design. Published at Monday, March 19th, 2018 - 10:53:36 AM.
Parquet floors used to be more common than they are today. Those tiny pieces of wood, pressed together to make a beautiful pattern are mostly seen in older homes. However it is possible to have it in your home too. Find a maker you trust to lay it, choose your pattern and your shades and let them do their magic. Because your kitchen will seem like magic when they’re done.
A similar option but without the curves would be a diagonal kitchen corner cabinet which also connects adjacent walls and fills an empty corner but in a more linear manner which in some ways is better-suited for modern or contemporary kitchens.
What about birch? It might seem like birch has had its day, but that’s not quite true. Being a rather common choice for hardwood flooring, a birch kitchen floor can be helpful when you want to draw the eye somewhere else. It will give you that durability while keeping itself in the background.
Curved cabinets are really great at concealing and transforming corners. They can accommodate pull-out drawers, open shelves or lazy susan shelves which rotate for easy access to their contents. In fact, a curved corner cabinet can make a great pantry.
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