By Felicity Moulin. Kitchen Design. Monday, August 14th 2017, 21:08:12 PM.
Polished-nickel faucets have always been popular in the kitchen as they proudly sit next to the sink, and stainless steel is definitely no stranger to the kitchen thanks to its sturdy and easy-to-clean reputation. But the last few seasons have seen the warm glow of copper finding its way back into the modern kitchen that seems to draw inspiration from an era gone by. A revival of styles such as vintage, rustic, farmhouse and industrial have seen homeowners opt for copper cooking ranges and finishes that play into the overall ‘modern-meets-classic’ theme.
With a non-directional finish, you need not worry too much about fingerprints and water stains as well. Cleaning them does not take much of a time or effort and they pretty much go well with any shade and design pattern. Considering all this, one can understand why they are becoming more and more popular not just among professionals, but in homes everywhere. Cupboards, cupboards, and more stylish cupboards! This kitchen is actually quite large for a galley kitchen. Vaulted ceilings help to add significance to the space, while a long running countertop on one side provides ample workspace. Open-glass cupboards on one side reflect the light from beautiful, bright industrial pendants, while the opposing wall serves as a flat, no-nonsense functional space. The light oak used makes the space seem spacious, airy, and fresh.
Corner kitchen cabinets are big hit for the obvious reason and you can extend the same logic to your kitchen island as well. For long, the corners of the island were left forgotten wasting precious storage and display space. If open shelving is not your thing (not everyone has time to keep their kitchen flawless and organized), then opt for addition shelving that simply slides in when not needed. This also frees up valuable space at the heart of the island for your kitchen appliances. In a small kitchen with a tiny island, this minor adjustment can make a huge difference.