By Germain Germain. Kitchen. Published at Thursday, October 19th, 2017 - 14:38:08 PM.
Taking cues from the property’s location – nestled on the side of a nature reserve – the challenge was to blend style and luxury with greenery and secondary light that entered the kitchen through the branches of the natural flora. This required clever thought and consideration when it came not only to the actual layout, but also to the planning of colours and light sources.
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.
Perfect for those who like a clutter-free home, a minimalist kitchen features clean lines, sleek and smooth surfaces, and effective and hidden storage options. Handle-less cabinetry and integrated appliances such as dishwashers, fridges and rangehoods achieve the smooth, clean and effortless feel of minimalism. Integrated cabinetry and pull-out pantries tend be favoured over open shelving.
It’s all about functionality with a new kitchen layout so consider what would suit your needs best. For example, a U shaped design can provide extra bench space and an island bench can also be incorporated into the design for a more social feel. On the other hand, a galley style is perfect for smaller or long, narrow spaces.
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