Published at Saturday, July 15th 2017. by Ancil Verdier in Kitchen.
Few things can be additional annoying than living in a short space that has a tiny kitchen. Actually, a small kitchen isn't necessarily an issue as long as it's well organized, practical and user‐friendly. Size, as a result, isn't as important and the structure and features of a kitchen.
The focus today is on small and compact kitchens and some design ideas that are actually pretty great no matter how large or small your home is. We can all find innovation in these ideas. In addition, the design also incorporates a fold‐down countertop and a pop‐up table.
The flexibility and versatility of the design allows it to fit a variety of spaces withstyles. What's also interesting is the attention to details such as the fact that the grooves between the modules can double as storage or additional surfaces, maximizing the unit's space‐efficiency.
Each module includes a working area, an upper shelf, a middle storage area and a lower ledge. The space in the middle can accommodate built‐in appliances such as ovens or dishwashers. whatcha discern closer is a kitchen work station created by Sebastien Cluzel. It's called Culinary Landscape and it's a piece meant to replace the traditional kitchen island or even the usual cabinetry.
The design is simple in–conjunction with focused on the raw and organic beauty of the materials involved. The workstation is designed using a combination of wood and volcanic stone, the latter replacing the traditional stove. The sink is pretty interesting as well, being made of concrete. Other interesting features include built‐in cutting boards, containers, knife holders and planters, all carefully integrated in the unit.
Presently you see it, presently you don't. It's a compact kitchen which you could hide whenever you want, disguising it as a sleek wall‐mounted cabinet/ console. Its name is Miniki and its plan is modular, clever and practical, specifically created for small spaces such as studio apartments that don't generally have a separate kitchen.
This design allows you to hide the kitchen after using it and to turn the space into a cozy living room. The component consists of three interchangeable modules that, when put jointly, look like a sideboard. It comes in 15 different colors in–conjunction with a customizable interior.
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