Kitchen A More Serviceable Place
Kitchen can be the most functional part of a house. When a kitchen is nice and clean it is very attractive but just as it gets messy, it can get on your nerves. A kitchen’s appearance and cleanliness directly vary to the material and color used over the shelves, cabins, and floor. These little tricks can be of use for making your place more workable.
Keep it bright:
White kitchen cabinets and pale marble countertops can give your room a neat and bright feel. On the other hand, an ample amount of sunlight can make it look fresh and can aid in the drying of utensils after washing.
Make every inch usable:
Cluster the appliances, add a second sink and make tons of drawer storage. If you are lucky enough to have an island in between, then make use of its all sides.
Mixing materials can help you to inject both contemporary and traditional style equally but most important is the materials lasting quality. Marble or Corian’s countertops can be very functional and lasting. Use less wood around the sink area because splashes of water can damage it. Wood is now being replaced with aluminum doors. Which are covered with vinyl stickers or wood veneers which are more practical?
Kitchen flooring can be very tricky. Light colored glossy tiles can give a dirty look if not maintained properly often in a day’s work. On the other hand, very dark flooring can end up giving a congested look. So the flooring can be kept simple, matt, and medium toned to avoid slipping while wet.
Add nice bold color to the backsplash to give your kitchen a lively appearance. It must be a place in which you feel good coming in every day. It should have a major dose of color in it. Your backsplash can be the focal point of your room. It should have a bit of mosaic that can reflect beautiful, bold colors like dark blue, salsa red or even black.