Kitchen / June 20, 2018 / Gaetane Noemi.
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.
Minimalism loves maximalism, translated, is a peripheral trend toward a clean, simple design framework which features a single, bold focal point of colorful florals or other bright patterns or colors. It’s a pleasant antidote to straight lines and introduces color, warmth and visual emotion in a surprising yet modern design statement – a backlash from recent years of minimalism in our interiors.
Try to apply the same principle with materials and accessories, because you’re purchasing pieces that have to satisfy the needs of two rooms (to be more precise, porcelain flooring makes perfect sense in the kitchen, but it will certainly obstruct the warm and welcoming scenario you intend to introduce in the kitchen. A good example of such material is natural stone, especially a finely cut one.
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.
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