Published at Sunday, 13 May 2018. Kitchen Backsplashes. By Evelyn Beckett.
13. Utilize an island for a space separator
In an open‐plan kitchen/dining/living space, an island unit could be an simple way of clarifying a zone. In this light‐filled space, the island serves to sign the transition from dining space (with comfortable woodburner) as well as kitchen at the reverse end of the area. The kitchen island could be utilized to support both areas, with a rail for tea-towels at one end as well as a show area on top.
12. Go contemporary Shaker with a smack of colour
Select a Shaker‐type island in on‐trend navy blue also, make a country kitchen with a very contemporary twist. This sketch features a built‐in sink, cupboard storage, a marble top, staging‐style shelving with one side dedicated to breakfast counter seating. Amalgamate with a range cooker units plus neutral wall for the faultless blend of classic as well as contemporary.
17. Try a desk layout for a "tuck‐under" breakfast bar
Keep a area super‐efficient by providing storage over to counter stools in the core of a kitchen island. This sketch assigns corners with three sides to cupboards also makes a breakfast bar in the center with seating that tucks under the countertop. Create this concise eating area special by hanging attribute lighting above.
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