By . Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, April 25th, 2018 - 23:32:36 PM.
In your initial plan, it might look as though you’ve given yourself plenty of bench space but you need to remember that small appliances, kitchen sink and cooktop all take up room. Make sure you have plenty of room for food preparation and easy entertaining. In particular, give yourself bench space between your sink and cooktop as this is one of the most utilised areas in the kitchen.
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.
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.
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.
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