Published at Wednesday, September 19th 2018. by Bridget Cleveland in Kitchen.
Use recycled wood and old furniture/benches from second-hand stores or yard sales. Upcycle it yourself and get to work making your chairs, benches, or shade sails.
An outdoor kitchen is the ultimate dream for a lot of people who enjoy backyard entertaining. Imagine gathering your friends or family together for a summertime barbecue or a cozy winter cocktail party in the comfort of your own garden. Here are some great tips for designing your killer outdoor kitchen.
Make sure you use light background textures and patterns. Don‘t go for something bold because the minimalistic design is about simplicity. You don‘t need to use complex patterns and background textures. It would only destroy the entire design.
After redoing the structure of your kitchen for your new theme, consider a change of wall color. A kitchen usually offers little wall space so you don't have to be too cautious on the colors you use. Bear in mind though that a darker color will make your small kitchen ˝microscopic" while a light shade lends more space to a kitchen than there actually is.
Space is one of the most valuable factors in design. While extra storage units may work, they may end up looking bulky or obstructing pathways. Think of new places to add pull out soft drawers and paneled cabinets. Discuss these with your kitchen installer so they incorporate it into their plan early enough if possible. You can get ideas from visiting showrooms and studying kitchen galleries.
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