Kitchens. Thursday , November 16th , 2017 - 14:06:29 PM
It‘s not just standard cupboards behind those doors. Today‘s closed storage can be customized to include entire workstations that are just as stylish when opened. The large doors that hide the unit keep the room minimalist and sleek when you‘re not working in the space. It‘s a great example of using doors to hide the working parts of your kitchen and the areas of storage that would otherwise break up the desired style of the room.
Dark worktops are a practical choice, as food stains will be invisible. They also add a bit of drama to standard wood units. In any neutral scheme, a hit of colour works wonders and that’s just what the lime-green blind and other accessories do here. Shaker-style units are great for achieving a country look. But what’s even more country about this room is the open wood shelving with pretty crockery on display. Open shelving makes a space feel less boxed in, keeps objects close to hand and looks pretty fabulous, too.
This Image High-street finds and antique-market buys create a relaxed, mix-matched look in this modern open-plan kitchen. A simple colour scheme helps to knit the pieces together. A large oak dining table zoned by textured rug is the centre of attention making this a practical space for family gathering. Include a sofa to continue the open-plan family living look.
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