By Terrall Zimmermann. Kitchen Style. Published at Wednesday, August 08th, 2018 - 21:20:47 PM.
Style is easier to recognize with your eyes than with words: You know it when you see it, and the photo that inspires you most can often surprise you. Think you know your kitchen style? Check out these guides to a dozen favorite kitchen design themes, then tell us which one takes the cake.
The Art Deco era offered a deep new well of inspiration for designers working across a wide range of areas, from tableware and furniture to interiors and architecture. This was no stylistic flash in the pan; the effect of the show was more about dusting off Art Deco and welcoming it back into the mainstream than precipitating any breathless ‘Art Deco is the new Georgian’ vacuity.
With no walls to obstruct light or views, open-plan spaces usually have a great sense of flow. But large rooms demand just as much care in the planning as small spaces. The working part of the kitchen in particular needs to function ergonomically. Where possible, adhere to the classic work triangle between sink, fridge and hob to cut down on footwork, using an island to help shorten these distances where necessary.
Most kitchens are very utlitarian space, all efficiency and shiny surfaces. But these kitchens have a little something extra, a certain je ne sais quoi. Open shelving, plants, interesting textures, vintage appliances — all these things help to give these kitchens a nonchalant, bohemian vibe.
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