Published at October 10th, 2018 - 05:26:33. Kitchen. By Minnie Wong.
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.
U-shape. This arrangement is seldom used, but it‘s ideal for a little room with one or two employees, such as a salad preparation or pantry area. An island bar, for example the ones in T.G.I. Friday‘s restaurants, is an additional example of the U-shape at perform. There are also circular and square kitchen area designs, but their limited flow patterns make them impractical. Avoid wasted room if you can, by making your kitchen area rectangular, with its entrance on one of the longest walls to save steps.
Adding a focal point to your kitchen - by using a different style cabinet on a specific wall, or over the cooktop, you can add a splash of color and create a focal point for the room. This is a great way to add some personality to your kitchen, and can be a great way to experiment with a color that may be too bold for the entire room.
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