Kitchens. Thursday , November 16th , 2017 - 14:13:36 PM
Soapstone is a natural, metamorphic rock whose geologic name is steatite. It gets its moniker and soapy feel from the talc in the stone. In fact, it is this talc content that distinguishes the two main types of soapstone: architectural and artistic. Artistic soapstone is softer and is very easy to carve thanks to its high talc content.
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.
This Image Every bit of space counts in a narrow galley kitchen, so careful planning is vital. Consider hanging an overhead pan rack from the ceiling to free up valuable room in your cupboards. Tidiness is of the essence and the surfaces of this kitchen have been kept relatively clutter-free, which helps to creates the illusion of more space. Open shelving at the back keeps the bits you regularly need easily to hand. Struggling to choose your kitchen units? Then try a mixture of painted and wood versions for an eclectic scheme that doesn’t have to match perfectly. An open dresser makes the perfect spot for displaying colourful crockery. One wall has been painted in a pale blue to add a hint of colour to the white scheme.
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