By Elisamarie Lefebvre. Kitchen Cabinet. At Saturday, August 10th 2019, 00:42:48 AM.
Example of a huge minimalist l-shaped porcelain floor eat-in kitchen design in Edmonton with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, gray cabinets, quartz countertops, white backsplash, ceramic backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island Island is massive with lots of prep space and lots of seating - laura_
This tiny space proves that even if your kitchen is no bigger than the average closet it can still pack in some big style as long as you restrain yourself. A strict monochrome approach to dinnerware keeps it visually uncluttered. This little space takes some big risks that have huge style payoffs. From the bold yellow cabinetry to the blue accent wall, it’s easy to overlook the pint-sized floor plan of this boldly-colored space. The writing is definitely on the wall in this kitchen, where a chalkboard-painted accent wall acts as a space to write daily mantras or to-do lists.
This kitchen is a lesson in how gray can be cool and calming, rather than dull. The minimalist cooking space blends statement lighting with a geometric backsplash to keep it feeling fresh, modern, and fun.
Lower cabinets may be accessible from either side while the extra counter area makes meal prep a breeze. Have the island perform dual duty as a dining table by simply stretching the countertop and earning counter-height stools.
Whether you've got a couple of tiny shelves or a whole walk-in cabinet, keeping food can easily escape control. Store more on your own shelves by removing unnecessary packaging and shifting bulk products like cereal, pasta, and sugar to reusable and stackable containers. Jennifer Flores of Rambling Renovators utilized containers of typical dimensions, permitting her to spare space and keep the interior of her cabinets appearing as pretty as the exterior. Maybe you have let foods perish or lost items in the rear of the cupboard? Use a stepped screen shelf to store all things in perspective and within easy reach.