By Eliane Raphael. Kitchen Design. Published at Sunday, April 22nd, 2018 - 21:49:17 PM.
If you don’t like the pointy shape of the blind corner pull-outs we just showed you, there are alternatives and a lot of them avoid those 90 degree angles in favor of a more cohesive and fluid design. This eclectic kitchen shows just how practical this design direction can be. This diagonal cabinet includes drawers at the bottom, room for the microwave oven other small appliances above the counter and some open space at the top. There’s even some counter space left too.
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.
Are you stuck with a hardwood floor you don’t necessarily love? Sometimes the decorating budget just doesn’t cover expenses like new flooring. But instead of settling for less, use a stencil and paint a pattern across your wood floor. Such a simple trick will help distract you from the unlovable and bring some life into your kitchen.
The combination of stone countertops, smooth and shiny handle-less cabinetry and plenty of glass are a classic combination for a stylish modern kitchen. The neutral tones make it versatile and sophisticated. Lighting that is incorporated into the shelving and the cabinets, in addition to any lighting from overhead, are a luxurious detail that is important in a kitchen.
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