By Yves Florence. Kitchen Design. Published at Wednesday, May 16th, 2018 - 04:19:14 AM.
Pull from the left or from the right….it doesn’t really matter in this case. Each of these corner drawers has two handles, a choice which is partially aesthetic and partially practical. The drawers feature 90 degree angles which allow them to perfectly mold around the corner. Sure, they look funny and unusual and not very spacious but they actually allow you to use every bit of space under your kitchen counter.
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.
The mirrored island is an immediate focal point for the space, and it reflects the other surfaces in the kitchen, magnifying the character of the space. Whether the space is filled with light from copious windows, rife with drama from modern elements, or bursting with greenery and natural wood, the reflective base will elevate the feeling to a whole new level. A second style makes use of an innovative glass base for both an island extension as well as a table base, which helps make the gray top seem to float in both cases. The matte surface and neutral gray finish are a pleasing and versatile choice for a countertop, and it serves as an understated accent.
This design is perfect for a family kitchen because while the cooktop and sink are in the island for open access at any time, the rest of the working elements and appliances can be hidden behind the secretive doors. When cooking, you can leave them open, revealing everything you might need, but then you can close them before guests arrive, presenting a sleek and clean look. It’s the best of both the working and hidden kitchen styles.
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