Kitchen / June 29, 2018 / Elie Ignace
When you have a room devoted to be your kitchen interior design space, functionality won’t concern you at all. But what happens when you have an open floor space to deal with? How do you combine the kitchen and the living room in the perfect way. In cases such as these ones, people should simply not feel the difference between the two areas and perceive them as a single room, and you don’t have the right to err.
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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