Published at Sunday, December 31st 2017. by Aloin Chauvin in Kitchen.
Colors and Finishes. Staining and painting are two common finishes for kitchen cabinets. Staining allows the grains of the wood to show through, while painting covers the surface and provides a smooth appearance without variation. Anyone seeking a traditional effect might choose stained doors instead of painted ones. Painted cupboards offer virtually limitless options to match any hue and any decor. Other decorative finishes include glazing the paint or distressing it.
Built-in Organization: In a narrow kitchen, it's very important to have a place for everything and to keep everything in its place. Organize your kitchen into stations, making one side exclusively for food preparation, with a cooktop, stove, and fridge, and the other side for clean up, with the sink, dishwasher, and dish storage. Many galley kitchens do not include ample space for a table and chairs. Instead, a great kitchen renovation project is a built-in banquette, which saves space and provides additional storage inside the benches. Rather than use your limited counter space to store small appliances, consider installing appliance garages during your kitchen renovation.
Innovative Features. Finish cupboards with other innovative features. A swiveling basket inside the cupboard easily pulls out to allow full access to items. A pull-down system makes it easier to reach high cupboards because you simply grasp the mechanism and pull it down.
Planning a modern kitchen design? Well, here are five great bits of advice I can offer you on getting every element of your plans bang on perfect. Let's start by talking about planning. A modern kitchen could look and feel any number of ways but what will determine how yours looks is your lifestyle. Think about how often you use your kitchen, what you use it for and the type of things you do in there. Then write down all the things you need to have in there to enable you to work better. Planning isn't the most glamorous part of any kitchen design, but you'll be rewarded for your work by the end of the process.
In fact, this need for user-friendliness in appliances is what drives today's movement for smart, interconnected appliances. Fridges that order food for you, cooking appliances that can be controlled over the Internet, and integrated dinner tables that count calories and plan menus are just some of the things to come. Most importantly, new appliances will be more silent, made from recycled materials, and be more energy-efficient than ever before. The focus of future kitchen design will be creating the connected home, a house where the kitchen is connected to everything in the home and to the people through their smart phones and other network devices. This is already happening and many modern kitchens are already fully functional on the Internet.
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