Published at Wednesday, November 21st 2018. by Rosalie Mills in Kitchen.
Sleek and slick are the buzzwords behind modern and ultra-modern kitchen design these days. One of the most common and popular design themes for kitchens these days is the industrial look. This style presents a cold and professional look that means business. Within many modern designs stainless steel appliances and cooking utensils dominate, and both countertops and floors are made from stone. Concrete and slate are most popular for floors, while granite tends to dominate modern countertops.
If you’re not particularly savvy when it comes to home improvement, the prospect of drawing up your own kitchen design can be quite daunting. However, there is plenty of free help you can seek out, starting with the following useful bits of advice.
The classic triangle. Shape is everything in determining the layout of the room, and in order to fulfill that shape, you must first know which must have appliances will be populating your kitchen. Once you have determined this, you may set your refrigerator up in one location, your sink at another, and your oven at another. Perhaps two are connected by a counter; perhaps they‘re not. Either way, the three core fixtures form the shape of a triangle, thus earning this choice its name.
Never compromise on lighting. In fact, the more the better. If you have a large kitchen, one central fixture may not illuminate all corners. Discuss the viability and impact of having more lighting in as many areas as you can. This not only makes the room look bigger, but it also improves the safety and comfort of those in the kitchen.
After you have singled out the one theme that illustrates your dream kitchen, its time to look at what is available to hand. Survey your kitchen for areas that need fixing, or those that are altogether hopeless cases. Your countertops and cupboards may look totally out-of-shape but don't organize a kitchen demolition just yet. You might be surprised by the powers of paint and a little bit of imagination. Your French Country kitchen is still within reach and within budget!
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