Kitchen Ideas / March 3, 2018 / .
To summon – what are the newest trends when it comes to kitchen design and furnishing? Where two parallel tendencies in contemporary kitchen design for this season and their distinction is based on the material selection. The first tendency is orientated towards the traditional craft appearance, and natural atmosphere and they require a lot of craftsmanship and handy work- row materials usage, simple and clean silhouettes with row ages that still preserves the minimalist appearance of modern furniture design without too much decoration and ornaments. The wooden elements are dominating those types of trendy kitchens design even if they are connected and represented as a laminate of parquet surfaces. Typical examples of this trend in modern kitchen design
Think carefully about colour. A dark colour and dark units may close a small kitchen down, but will add immense drama to a larger kitchen. Dark colours are great for evening dining and entertaining, but if you are trying to maximise light it will be swallowed up by gloomy shades. Gloss cupboard doors are really popular at the moment, and they do add a real sense of chic and prestige to your kitchen. Think about textures and finishes at the same time as you consider light to make the best use of what you have. By keeping tall cabinets the same colour you can add a sense of height to a kitchen with a low ceiling. Using white wall cabinets on the walls and more brightly coloured base units gives a sense of space too. Another favourite trick that designers use is installing units which are on legs, giving the illusion of more floor space. Add a shiny floor surface and the effect is increased.
We do realize that in confined urban living arrangements large kitchen is not allayed an option and sometimes not even a necessity. People who like to cook but rarely do so may enjoy taking the challenge of improvising in small kitchens. Here are some examples of small kitchen settings that do not lack style, trendiness or aesthetic appearance.
The number you should keep in mind is 42 inches -that is the minimum amount of space you must have between the unit and any surrounding objects. Here is the place to consider what your countertop island will be used for – will it be a space for preparing meals, or for casual dining. You, of course, can combine both; the design could include a 36-inch-high work countertop for food preparation and a 42-inch-high bar for the meals. And also you can have multiple islands and each can be devoted to a different set of activities.