By Eulalie Antoinette. Kitchen. Published at Sunday, April 22nd, 2018 - 10:43:29 AM.
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.
Double ovens continue to be popular additions in modern kitchens. This feature means that you can use one oven during the week with general cooking for the family but you have the flexibility to cook multiple dishes at once when entertaining. Not only are double ovens functional, they also look great in the kitchen.
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.
Make your kitchen as safe and family-friendly as possible by planning for good visibility to backyard and indoor play areas from the cooking area, suggests Dorothy Bell, a home safety expert. Also consider such safety-conscious elements as rounded countertops, slip-resistant flooring and ovens located at adult height to minimize the chances of accidental burns.
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