Published at Monday, May 15th 2017. by Macey Bayle in Design.
Storage options also abound in the world of kitchen islands! Not only do islands provide a culinary space with more surface area, they increase stashing possibilities. Take the large island below, complete with a plethora of drawers, as well as room for a microwave. Designed by Eddie Lee, this kitchen clearly makes the most of its space.
Since many contemporary kitchen furniture designs are made to be sleek and minimal, kitchen units get more attention than cabinets. These bring about modernity and style to the kitchen. Lack of additional countertop material expenditures is one of the more practical advantages of these monolithic units.
Customization that is centered around minimal form is the defining aspect of Look and every little detail inside this kitchen and each modular element has been crafted to fit into this larger, refined picture. With kitchens increasingly becoming a part of the living room visual, Look is crafted to blend in perfectly with the sophisticated contemporary living space ever so effortlessly. Yet, even as a standalone design, the handleless panel doors and recessed finger pulls, smart islands with ample storage space, open shelving units and bespoke wooden worktops combine to create a captivating and relaxing kitchen.
When it comes to designing and decorating a home, every little section of it is equally important — each room must have its own unique flavor which will separate it from the rest, but will still fit with your theme. While both the living room and the bedrooms get plenty of attention, it is actually the kitchen that gives you loads of creative freedom. So if you are not happy with the look and feel of your current kitchen you should seriously think about remodeling.
Pull and replace – This type of remodel is pretty much what its name promises. Your designer will replace everything that currently lies in your kitchen with newer stuff and that includes cabinets, countertops, appliances and a lot more. Remember that in this form, you will still use the same floor plan, but it will be just a new look to the old kitchen template already in place.
The first and foremost question that you need to address is why you are currently opting for a kitchen remodeling. There can be a variety of reasons, but most of them will include either cramped space, lack of smart storage options, reduced functionality and a look that is not trendy anymore. A culmination of these or even any one of the above should be enough for you to go for a remodeling that suits your needs. But remember that you need to convey what you are looking for to your designer, clearly, so that you get the results you want.