One area in every home becomes the gathering place, no matter how many people live there. If the kitchen is already small sized, then decorating it with fade colors and small scale gadgets is the right thing to do. As well, it is known the fact that the kitchen furniture that suits the minimalist style is small sized, or at least it does not occupy too much space in the kitchen.
If you have no idea of what layout would suit your space, then it might be worth contacting a specialist kitchen designer, either visiting their showroom or getting to come to you home to discuss ideas and measure you up. They will consider things like the ‘working triangle’, the number and type of appliances you need, and things like ensuring you maximise your natural light.
Instead, incorporate portions of cabinetry in dark hues – the large island and range hood outfitted in rich cherry in this kitchen – with plenty of light elements, such as the white perimeter cabinets and countertops, and the sparkling white chandeliers above the island.
The thick black lines that run throughout this kitchen in a Hamptons home give the impression that it’s bigger than it actually is. The space includes a Viking stove with a custom-made hood, an Ikea clock and custom cabinetry with Restoration Hardware handles.
If the minimalist style does not suit the rest of the room, then decorating the kitchen using pot rackswith only the necessary things like for cooking should be the wisest thing to do. After all, people can choose to eat together in other room than the kitchen, especially if there is a large family.