Published at November 21st, 2018 - 23:47:57. Kitchen. By Minnie Wong.
For starters, get the lighting right. No kitchen design however big or small can be successful without the right level of light. You need natural light from windows, surrounding rooms and even skylights during the day and artificial light from bulbs, spotlights and LEDs when it gets dark. Light makes small spaces seem a lot bigger, but what it can do for already large spaces is add warmth and make the room a pleasant environment to inhabit 24 hours a day.
You may not need to install as many drains, sinks, or outlets, as both sides from the counter can share the same ones. A back-to-back arrangement in which the pass window is parallel to (and behind one of) the production places is sometimes recognized as a California-style kitchen. When the pass window is located perpendicular towards the production line, it might be referred to as a European-style kitchen area style. The benefit from the European style is that each cook on the line can see the progression of multiple dishes that make up 1 table’s order.
Color is another serious consideration with a country kitchen design If you have a large space then the walls should really be painted a strong color to bring the room together and create the ambiance of an authentic country kitchen. Smaller rooms might employ more subtle colors to make the space seem bigger, but if you have a vast kitchen to work with then you have more freedom to get creative.
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