Published at October 10th, 2018 - 06:32:06. Kitchen. By Deborah Harmon.
The l-shaped kitchens are usually tucked in corners and have open ends that allow one to have different exits and entries. This means that there will be an easy traffic flow all the time. When there is less traffic in the kitchen, it means you won‘t have any jam even when you are entertaining. This translates to less stress and more room during meal preparation.
To match the metallic fixtures, light-colored and natural-looking wood is also used. Long wooden cabinets that are mounted on the wall are present in nearly all European kitchens. But through the years, the use of wood has become lesser. Most cabinet doors are now replaced with sliding frosted glass or metal to make it look clean and modern. There is also a decline in the use of hinged doors. So instead of cabinets, we now see large drawers with metallic pulls, for easier access to utensils.
A growing trend in kitchen design is using two different style cabinets or two different color kitchen cabinets. If you are accustomed to the traditional uniform look in a kitchen, than this may be a new concept to you. There are a wide range of looks you can create by combining different cabinet styles, so I have pointed out a couple of the most common reasons below.
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