Published at September 19th, 2018 - 03:36:49. Kitchen. By Kitty Blevins.
Modern homes are quickly embracing the open plan living option. The l-shaped kitchen is the perfect option, especially if you have an open layout or if you are planning to remodel to an open plan. When you have an l-shaped kitchen, you only need to use two walls within the kitchen. In this way, you end up opening up more space. This is a great idea if you want the kitchen to open to another room such as the family room or dining trim. This design makes things easy when you are entertaining.
There are also some disadvantages that are associated with this kitchen plan. The first one is the fact that it is not efficient for the larger kitchens. This is because the appliances will be too spread out within the kitchen thus reaching them can be rather hard. It is also not that easy to have many cooks at the same time within the kitchen.
The last consideration to include is the aesthetic value of the cabinets. After all, the cabinets will also contribute to the overall look of the kitchen, in fact, more than any other component. As such, the outer design must mix well with the background design and colour scheme. Sticking to traditional kitchen cabinet designs and colour schemes is always a wise decision since, such designs would help in selling the house in the future if required. People often get turned down looking at the kitchen of the house, if the cabinets are mismatched, if the walls are not of the right colour, if the cabinets are rusty or weak. Taking these considerations into mind staying with neutral colour choices for the kitchen area is a safe choice.
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