By Dominique Prune. Kitchen. Published at Thursday, March 01st, 2018 - 20:29:49 PM.
Locate some storage near your dining area to keep items such as napkins, placemats and silverware close at hand. In this kitchen design, we added a sideboard to provide storage and a serving surface. This will make setting your table and serving a meal easier and will minimize the need to jump during meals.
Refrigerator and freezers arguably take up the most space in your kitchen. Thankfully, for those with a smaller kitchen, there are many compact models you can now choose from. There are popular models between 24” and 30” wide that allow you to save space while still storing food. If your goal is to save space, avoid side by side refrigerator and freezer combinations.
Thankfully, in either style, light fixtures matter. A simple change can really do wonders for the look of your space. If you’re redecorating to mix these styles, it’s time to say goodbye to that old fluorescent light and switch to something eye-catching. Consider adding a light fixture with an exposed Edison bulb. Milk glass is also the perfect addition to a light fixture to give your kitchen a vintage look, but make the light a bit less harsh.
Love white and gray? Thinking about incorporating navy into the room? Turn towards the two-tone kitchen to give your kitchen a unique visual impact," Kristin Whalen, award-winning kitchen and bathroom designer, said. "In addition to gray and navy, natural wood hues are trending up as well to soften any white being used in the room and bring a cozy, earthy feel to the room."
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