By Eulalie Antoinette. Kitchen. Published at Friday, February 09th, 2018 - 13:34:58 PM.
While whites and neutrals are common in a minimalist kitchen design, you can still add personality and character to your kitchen with a splash of colour, whether that be in decorative accessories or perhaps a feature splashback. Large windows and simple pendant lighting can assist to brighten up the space and add an element of class. Elegant bar stools around the island bench can also add warmth and character.
Splashbacks are an important consideration when designing and planning for your new kitchen. A glass splashback not only serves the purpose of protecting your walls from heat, moisture and oil from your cooking area, but it can also become a feature of your kitchen, adding an element of colour and style to the space.
To increase the sleek look of kitchens which is popular at the moment, more people are preferring cabinetry without handles. While the ability to open your cupboards without handles was previously used only for high placed cabinets, the same principle is now being applied to carpentry throughout the kitchen and people love the clean look it provides.
Renovating the kitchen gives you the perfect opportunity to integrate a range of lighting solutions. Rather than just thinking about your general ambient lighting which will light the entire area, also consider whether you want to incorporate feature lighting to add to the overall aesthetic and task lighting underneath cabinets or above benchtops to make food preparation easy.
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