By Vespasien Aline. Kitchen. Published at Tuesday, May 01st, 2018 - 09:23:19 AM.
If you want to take your new kitchen design to the next level, speak with a professional kitchen designer. A professional designer has the knowledge and experience to develop a customised design which fits perfectly with your lifestyle. They’re also on top of the current design trends and can help you incorporate these into your final look.
The unique ‘quadrangle design’ also has a multi-purpose nook that can be used as a computer zone/study nook, or a place to enjoy breakfast and read the paper. Framed by the eye-catching red splashback with a cut-out window, the nook is compact yet not boxed in, due to the window view.
Although the trend towards neutral colours in the kitchen has been going for some time, it’s not looking like the popularity of grey or white palettes as the main colour in kitchens is going away. A predominantly neutral colour scheme means that your kitchen doesn’t clash with the rest of the house and blends in nicely with the surroundings. It’s also a timeless choice so you’re less likely to need to update in the near future.
People often say you can never have too much storage and this is very true when it comes to the kitchen. If you make your space as functional as possible with a range of storage solutions, it means you won’t run out of room down the track. Think about extending your overhead cabinets to the ceiling, using drawers for easy access to crockery and having integrated storage on your benchtop for smaller appliances.
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