Published at Sunday, January 06th, 2019 - 16:58:50 PM. Kitchen. By Heike Rothschild.
First, you have to consider the shape of the kitchen you want. There are three kitchen shapes, namely, U-shape, L-shape, and G-shape. A U-shape kitchen usually places the stove, fridge, and sink on each different wall, with the sink at the center and the fridge on one end. This kind of shape works well in a square room or if you want to emphasize the basic work area in your kitchen. An L-shape kitchen, on the other hand, uses two walls of the kitchen to contain the three points of working space. This shape works well in a much larger room because you can utilize the length of the room. Lastly, you have the G-shape kitchen where one working is found on each of the two walls and the third working area is on a separate area or counter top. For instance, some choose to place the sink in the separate area because it may be safer to place the cooking area against a wall.
If you are longing to have that expensive look that you see in Interior Design magazine, your local decorator can suggest ways to have that look just by changing the finish of your kitchen cabs. Dying to have your favorite celebrity‘s kitchen that you saw on Architectural Digest? Look closely on the picture and observe that the main features are the base and overhead cabs. Do not fret if your space is smaller than your fave celebrity‘s, you can check out several wood stains, veneers or paint finishes that can be a replica of his or her kitchen cabs. There are several references online and on-print for you to get ideas on what finish would suit your style best. Do not be surprised if you find out you can have an elaborate Art Nouveau themed kitchen, just by refinishing your kitchen cabs. Finishing your kitchen cabinets releases you from design restrictions in ready made cabinets. You can check out magazines to find inspiration for your kitchen theme. Dreaming for an "expensive" kitchen should be no more, what‘s better is to have an "expensive looking" kitchen using a dash of creativity and a pinch of patience.
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