Published at Monday, May 21st, 2018 - 22:45:27 PM. Home Plan. By Diana Wulf.
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Think outside the box. Even a long narrow space can be home to a U‐shaped kitchen: just fit one or two units at right angles at each end of your main bank of storage. This forms a very shallow U shape, but a U shape nonetheless and it’s a design that defines the practical kitchen area from the wider eating and entertaining area beyond. The play of hi‐gloss cabinet fronts and veneer carcases helps to further define this division.
If you are looking for kitchen diner ideas, a U‐shaped design is well worth considering. Depending on your space, it may be easy to incorporate a table and chairs at the opposite end of the U shape. Consider matching tabletop and worktops for a tailored look. Be guided by the size of your room and the light levels when deciding on the look, style and colour of your kitchen. In a smaller space with a central window it may pay to stick to a largely white scheme. Modern hi‐gloss units will help to keep light levels up as will glazed tiles and stainless‐steel surfaces. Larger kitchens may be more able to handle deep colour, dark wood finishes and even hits of pattern.
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