4 ways to make your kitchen feel bigger and more inviting.
Use glass cupboard doors and mirror backboards
Glass cupboard doors (especially with mirror back boarding) creates more space. Your kitchen will feel lighter and brighter and at night you can create a beautiful fractured lighting experience by placing down lighters in the cupboards.
Use light paint and keep your walls and fittings the same colour
Small paces appear much bigger when painted in a light colour paint. Be sure to paint your cupboards and your walls the same light colour for an even bigger feeling space.
Avoid using dark colours that absorb the light and make the space feel claustrophobic. A simple coat of paint can make a huge difference to the atmosphere created in your kitchen and won’t cost you an arm and a leg!
Choose “small footprint” furniture
Be careful and meticulous about the furniture you decide to put in your kitchen, colour, dimensions, small foot print, use of space within the furniture’s design will all impact on the space you are trying to create within your kitchen.
Small margins make a big difference, so choose carefully and if you get it right, you’ll have that great spacious feeling.
Shine the light, create more space
No likes to be in a dark, enclosed kitchen. The use of soft white light, small light fittings and glass to reflect the light instantly turns a dark small space into an inviting space where you can sit down, make a cup of coffee and read a book.
Your mind will feel free and you’ll be able to think and relax.
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