By Albertine Pascal. Kitchen Furniture. Published at Saturday, April 07th, 2018 - 15:07:11 PM.
There are plenty of tricks that can help you expand the appearance of depth, height and width in your kitchen, and the best way to start is at the bottom. Firstly, make sure that floor boards run lengthwise, to create the illusion of a longer kitchen space. If you plan to feature a backsplash or other wall design, consider arranging the tiles in opposition to the floorboards' orientation—this will help to create the illusion of depth in the space. Finally, consider raising cabinets or appliances off the floor—if they're flush, the entire space will seem shorter, but raising them slightly will give the appearance of a space with more height.
The first tip for small kitchen cabinets is to build up, not out. You can stack cabinets on top of one another, building all the way to the ceiling, and use every inch of available vertical space.
There might not be a lot in this kitchen, but what has been included really adds to the whole aesthetic. Simple wooden counters lift the scheme exponentially, but the crisp cleanliness is undeniable.
Buffets are normally seen in the dining room, but that’s not the only place you can put one. Make your eat-in kitchen roomier by evicting the cumbersome table and putting a buffet in place. The storage underneath is used for those extra kitchen items you have no space for, and the top is perfect for a fresh bowl of fruit or some other decorative accents. Replace the Kitchen Furnituretraditional wooden top of your buffet with a slab of marble or granite to enjoy even more counter space.
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