By Yves Florence. Kitchen Design. Published at Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018 - 14:03:21 PM.
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.
If you don’t want to clutter your kitchen with closed corner cabinets you can opt for open shelves instead. These too can allow you to make good use of a corner space. Install several shelves to create a sort of open pantry. It can be framed by regular cabinets on either side or it can occupy an empty part of the kitchen. Either way, it’s better than a dead corner.
Does your kitchen lean towards the farmhouse decor? Then you’ve probably already been looking at wood floors. Keep things light but rustic with a gray toned wood floor in your kitchen. Whether it’s the wood or the stain that gets you there, it will look oh so lovely against your cool color palette.
Travertine is less popular than marble or other materials and it’s exactly this obscure nature that inspired us today to take a closer look at it. Travertine is a form of limestone deposited by mineral springs and is often used as a building material. The Colosseum is the largest building in the world constructed mostly out of travertine but this material’s usefulness isn’t limited just to large structures which brings us to the main subject of the article: travertine backsplashes.
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