Published at Wednesday, 07 November 2018. Kitchen Interior. By Max Rodier.
Another big mistake of kitchen interior design is installing an island that is just too big. Island countertops are a great addition to a kitchen but they should only be about thirty six to forty eight inches deep and about thirty six to one hundred and twenty inches wide. If you get into larger size islands they are just harder to use and a lot more work to clean.
If you are short on cabinet space then consider hanging shelves on the wall to store often used tools and equipment or display favourite accessories. Use every inch of the space in kitchen. A modern and stylish kitchen always saves space and makes it look smarter. Maximize storage with wall to ceiling cabinets. If there is a passage provided in the house between a kitchen and bedroom or a living room then design it with wall mount shelves. Add books and magazines to the shelves. You can also add a small corner table which can matchup with the cabinets and countertops in the kitchen. Add flowerpot with beautiful and aromatic flowers. Keep the color palette in sink with each other.
Another annoying factor can be light. This is to many of you who live in apartments that do not receive any shed of natural light, simply add more electrical lights. These lights should be able to make the kitchen feel much brighter. However they do not have to be always on the ceiling, instead they could be above the stove and near a couple of cupboards that do not really receive much light. As a general rule, I would not have any more than 3 separate switches for lightbulbs, this is for other people that may use the kitchen.
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