Published at Sunday, September 23rd 2018. by Rosemarie Santos in Kitchen.
By taking these things into consideration you‘ll be in a much better position for when you eventually look around for your new kitchen. It also means that you won‘t be easily persuaded by salespeople to accept the first suggestion they come up with.
L-shape. Wherever room isn't sufficient for a straight-line or parallel arrangement, the L-shape kitchen design is nicely suited to access several groups of gear, and is adaptable for table service restaurants. It gives you the ability to place more equipment inside a smaller room. You'll often find an L-shape design in dish washing areas, using the dish machine positioned at the center corner from the L.
This focus on functionality results in a clear, streamlined design. Amazingly, the aesthetic aspect of design is not taken for granted. Kitchens are therefore stunning as they are efficient.
The kitchen market is massive. In 2004 the kitchen furniture market alone was worth in excess of £500m in Great Britain and Eire, this includes worktops and sinks but not appliances!
The rustic feeling in interior decorations is given through design with the materials used, the colors employed and the message you want to convey. In a kitchen you’ll need to use natural wood, traditional pottery (preferably terracotta or other earthenware, as porcelain is more recent and too sophisticated), had-knotted carpets and folk art.
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