How to Pep up Your U-Shaped Kitchen

Written by Posted On Tuesday, 30 June 2015 23:37

U-shaped kitchens have the crown of being the most versatile and spacious kitchen designs. It would be wonderful if the efficiency, work and storage space could be added with some interesting elements to up the luxury factor. The article here brings to you some such décor ideas that will make your U-shaped kitchen more enjoyable a place to be in.

U shaped modular kitchen design by Arttdinox

When it comes to kitchen designs, modular kitchen manufactures get the most inquiries for U Shaped Modular Kitchen Designs. The versatility and efficiency of this style of kitchen clearly makes it a popular choice among homeowners.

Whether a kitchen is big or small, a U-shaped kitchen can be the ideal option for optimal workspace and storage area. If you have such a kitchen too, or are planning to get one, here are some décor ideas that can make your cooking and dining space even more interesting and luxurious.

Mirrored finish for a touch of lightness: In a medium-sized kitchen, a mirrored finish to the countertops will allow for a certain lightness of appeal that is hard to match. It will also give the illusion of a larger space. Contrast it with wooden textures for the cabinets and gauge for the windows. Your kitchen will open up to light and glamour.

Low extended table for comfortable dining: A low extended table opposite a U-shaped kitchen means you can serve as you cook. Along with a couple of statement overheard lighting pieces, your dining area is set. If you are fond of socializing at home often, this pattern will allow for a seamless flow between the kitchen and the dining table; guests or family can easily move around while cooking and eating.

An island for a very large kitchen: Do you have a very large kitchen space with a U-shape model? The ideal space for this style of kitchen is when the base is 10-18 feet wide. If it’s more than that, an island in the middle can not only fill the awkward empty space, but also make movement along the kitchen triangle easy. The island can be a breakfast nook or just an extra storage space.

Extended arms to make a breakfast nook: You can extend either one of the parallel arms to make extra space that can be used as a breakfast nook or just additional work space. You can also make the extension perpendicular to the parallel arm and make it a G-shape kitchen if there is enough space.

Single wall storage in small kitchens: If you have a small kitchen, it is advisable to fill one of the walls with cabinets and reserve the opposite one for open shelves. In this kind of design, there is a balance between free space and storage to discourage congestion.

So, these were some ideas that could make your sober U-shaped kitchen fit for a king! Take inspiration from these ideas and add your own twists to make your dream kitchen come true.

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