Kitchen / December 12, 2017 / Francis Raoul.
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.
The modern farmhouse style takes the place of the basic Shaker kitchen we’ve seen since (precise date: 2004) and is a super fresh look! Open shelving in contrasting colors, lighter finishes in quartersawn oak cabinetry or painted cabinetry in soft whites, reclaimed-like wood elements with clean lines and a pleasing less-is-more approach. An inset door construction with slab door and drawer fronts in quartersawn oak is ideal for a modern farmhouse look.
Woods require attentive maintenance in general, and you need to cherish their beauty from the very first moment you’ve purchased them. For instance, consult the carpenter to recommend the best cleaning and polishing products, or read more about it.
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.
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