Marie Celia. Kitchen. March 12th , 2017.
Pocket doors are most common in kitchen. In here they can be most efficient, especially if the kitchen is small. They offer advantages both in terms of appearance and functionality. Most often, kitchen pocket doors are used to conceal appliances or workspaces and storage areas. Use pocket doors to hide the washing machine, microwave, oven but also smaller appliances like toasters and coffee makers. You can keep them out of sight and yet easily accessible.
Private residences designed in the recent few years often feature concrete counters in their open space kitchens. The Street House is located in Toronto, Canada and was recently renovated by gh3. The project was very challenging as the architects had to transform a historic landmark into a contemporary home without totally extinguishing its defining Edwardian features. The kitchen was opened up and a concrete island became its focal point.
Generally, no matter what you do, the kitchen sink is still a hole in the countertop and the faucet protrudes from the surface. And, while no kitchen can go without one, there are ways to make the sink less obtrusive as well as even more functional. Here, Binova presents a sink with moveable drain panels that allow you to place them wherever they might be most useful, whether it is to the side of the sink or directly over it.
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