Kitchen Trend. Sunday , June 10th , 2018 - 11:47:52 AM
For those who do find appliances to be eye soars, there are panels that you can install to hide these appliances so they blend in with the rest of the cabinetry. Just make sure the panels match your cabinets. For items that you can't really hide, like your stovetop, using a raised ledge or breakfast bar on your island or kitchen peninsula can help hide the stove. If you are going with double ovens installing one or both ovens into your island will help make sure that oven is out of view. An easy way to also help hide your appliances is to buy stainless steel. Stainless steel appliances reflect the color of their surroundings, and since the material is neutral these appliances are often much less noticeable. In addition, they add a higher end look to any kitchen.
Wine Racks and Other Occasional Items. Wine racks are useful items to insert between individual units in a row along a wall, because they can easily be altered in size so that the entire unit stretches from wall to wall without end spaces. They are functional and appropriate for a kitchen. Other kitchen units that you can have made to your specifications are spaces for appliances that are best kept behind closed doors, such as power washers, steam cleaners and patio cleaners.
To further make your kitchen user-friendly it is important that no entry, appliance or cabinet doors block each other when they are open. If you have an island in your kitchen, an appliance or door on the island should not hit an appliance or cabinet door across from it. Modern kitchens usually face the dining area so that the cook can still talk to his or her guests or family members while preparing a meal. If you are worried that you might not be able to distinguish which is your kitchen and which is your dining area if you do this, all you have to do is pick the area with a higher ceiling and make that your kitchen.
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