Kitchens. Thursday , November 16th , 2017 - 13:47:02 PM
Less is more when it comes to this refined, bespoke Shaker-style kitchen. A lack of fussy wall tiles and flooring lets the subtle, pale painted cabinets stand proud in this large room even though it is just few shades darker than the walls themselves. Creamy quartz work tops flow into the cabinetry while a unobtrusive stainless steel splash-back frames the huge double oven. The dog bed nestled within the island unit allows pets to stay safely out of the way but still feel in the thick of the action.
A trend in the past couple of years has been the "hidden kitchen" which not only has an abundance of closed storage, but also handle‐less appliances to maintain a sleek and modern look.
This Image As always, mixing and matching types of kitchen storage is also an option. Today‘s kitchen designs can include storage that is closed, some that is open, along with added specialized units, all in combinations that suit the way you live. The open units at the end serve as display space, the center wine rack is a special feature that some homeowners will love, and the cabinets include standard doors as well as frosted glass. It‘s the best of all worlds in a casual and functional space that includes multiple types of kitchen storage.
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