By Yves Florence. Kitchen Design. Published at Thursday, May 17th, 2018 - 19:04:29 PM.
You can still transform one of your kitchen’s corners even if you already have cabinets in place. As long as you can install wall-mounted corner shelves, there’s still a way to make up for the lost space under the counter, if any. These wooden shelves, for example, are attached to the wall-mounted cabinets on one side and continue along the walls, filling the corner in a simple and stylish manner.
Bronze metal accents the materials used on the shelves, doors and counter. Backlighting accents the wall of shelving above the sink area while the rest of the kitchen elements are hidden behind tall doors, which help put the focus on the open shelving. The highlight, however, is the Nero Marquinia stone topped-island, with its asymmetrical, yet geometric shape.
Not all flooring must be laid a certain way. To give your space a little extra lift, try installing your hardwood floors in a line diagonal to the flow of your kitchen. It will seem unexpected and modern, no matter what style the rest of your kitchen is. Just think if that continued through the entire house, how wonderfully unique it would be.
Cabinets aren’t the only things that can be installed in corners. Even though it’s less common and perhaps even difficult, it’s possible to place large appliances in kitchen corners too. For example, the cooktop or the stove could fit in there and you could have an exhaust hood installed above it, with a custom mask moulded around it.
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