Harlow Cruz. kitchen design interior. August 27th , 2018.
Storage is another key component in any good kitchen design. There are many storage places in the room that go underutilized. Blank walls can actually have utensil rods on them for the used utensils and small pots and pans. For example you can easily use cabinets and drawers to stash away the tools that you don't need very often, or those that are usually in the way. You can also add in various storage caddies to the blind corners that are not used at the moment. This allows you to declutter your place and maximize the available space.
· There are a few rules of thumb when it comes to Interior Kitchen Design. If your cupboards happen to be wood then it is a good idea to paint in light colors. If your cupboards are white then you need to choose a color that is more towards the almond or sand family. Bold colors do not need to go on the walls. Sometimes it is better to put bright colors in the counter tops or the fabrics.
"Pot" drawers resemble drawer fronts, but when fully extended are actually pull out shelves in which those larger pots, that usually sit in the far back of a cabinet any very inaccessible, are easily reached. The extra is far better for "real" storage because most kitchen items are not as bulky as the larger pots, ans again are far easier to access. Another great interior addition to your kitchen are dividers. These dividers help with storing larger serving platters and cutting boards.
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