Hospitality designs are also a major influence on home kitchens, obviously on a smaller scale, but still adventurous, escapist, and exotic. Use of disparate scale, use of screens, niches, and uneven walls with door-less adjustable shelving are common. Metallics play a big role in large spaces to add shine, sparkle, and a festive atmosphere.
American design as ever the melting pot, incorporates the best of all worlds and the kitchen takes its place as the new living room.
The American kitchen includes some of the following newest features combining stainless, metallics, mirror, and glass that all can be used in the same space:
Intimate dining areas that slide out of site, snack bars with stools, sitting areas that incorporate banquettes keep company in the kitchen involved with the hostess.
Counter tops are moving away from marble and granite to porcelain and matte glass
Kitchens are monochromatic beiges and browns or black and white with a surprise punch of color or wood.
If you’d like to arrange for a prsonalized trip to some of the kitchen (or any) showrooms at DCOTA to get some ideas or to purchase some products, I offer a personal shopping experience for $110 per hour with a minimum of two hours, and $100 for additional hours. I’ll pick out and prioritize showrooms in advance according to your preferences, and we’ll visit as many showrooms as you can in the time allotted. Questions? Call 631-848-8469 CALL OR EMAIL ME NOW!
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