Kitchen / June 21, 2018 / Elie Ignace.
But what does it take to pick a good piece of furniture? There is no single answer to suit all preferences, but we’d warmly recommend you to consider all relevant factors to make the most possible solution.
Traditional and long breakfasts in the dining rooms are far behind us, as we all run around a tight schedule, and hardly have the time to grab a snack bite before we go out. That’s where breakfast nooks become the handiest – they can either help you skip the dish mess and keep food in the kitchen, or be long enough to be used even for lunches and dinners.
Kitchen flooring needs to satisfy many criteria – it has to be practical, comfortable, damage-proof, and ambiance-pleasant. But how is that possible. Of course, the first idea that will come to your mind will be to choose an impressive piece which looks up-to-date and stylish, and that’s where you are risking to make the ‘practicality mistake’. Before thinking of aesthetics, thinks of durability, and don’t do the mistake of saving.
Although the trend towards neutral colours in the kitchen has been going for some time, it’s not looking like the popularity of grey or white palettes as the main colour in kitchens is going away. A predominantly neutral colour scheme means that your kitchen doesn’t clash with the rest of the house and blends in nicely with the surroundings. It’s also a timeless choice so you’re less likely to need to update in the near future.
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