By Florent Florette. Modern Kitchen. Published at Monday, February 05th, 2018 - 11:20:33 AM.
That depends upon your taste! For some people, a kitchen island will be a needless expense and inconvenience, limiting movement around a modern kitchen. For others, having extra seating space is a vital aspect of the kitchen, turning it from just a food preparation space to a social setting. If you don’t have access to an outside terrace or if the dining room is further away from your modern kitchen, then an island could be an ideal addition. However, if you have a small kitchen, then trying to cram an island in could spoil the harmony of the design, which should be avoided at all costs.
With its deep tones this kitchen proves that espresso brown has still not fallen out of favor in home decor. The timeless combination of espresso tones with stainless steel hardware lends itself well to dressing up a back wall with a lovely marbled backsplash and countertop. To add a bright focal point the designer has chosen to light the space with two impressive pieces. The first is the hanging chandelier composed of hundreds of oblong clear glass orbs. This, combined with the underlit ice glass bar top, provides a beautiful focus around which to center any entertaining event.
Modern design is about creating inspirational places which allow people to thrive, and the kitchen should not be an exception. A modern kitchen is dynamic, with clear, sharp lines and smart ideas for blending storage and good looks. It will try to ensure that every corner of the food preparation area is beautifully lit, by natural light if possible. While it will be separated from dining and living areas (so that cooking odours tend not to drift around the house), a modern kitchen will still be easily accessible from the rest of the house.
Walking through this space, one can hardly tell it serves as a fully-function kitchen. Appliances are cleverly hidden in the space to keep the flow of the open floor plan from being broken. The uncommon style of the modern kitchen island combined with materials not normally found in modern kitchen designs can leave visitors feeling as though they’re just sitting down for a drink at the bar.
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