Lucy Leach. Kitchen design ideas. July 24th , 2018.
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Thick wooden shutters on the windows, or canvas canopies, function not only to provide shade in summer but protection from freezing winds too. Stone or tiled floors are pleasantly cool in the summer and may be warmed up by mats or rugs if necessary And you may have a door opening directly from the kitchen onto the garden that can be left open permanently when the weather is fine to allow a cooling breeze to refresh the kitchen. But cool breezes become icy draughts in winter so this will probably need weatherproofing - with a warm and colorful curtain perhaps. And flexible but reliable heating that can respond quickly to changes in the weather is a modern convenience that nearly everyone would consider essential.
1. Light and whiteness can make a kitchen appear wider. You might be tempted to use a menagerie of bright colors when designing your kitchen. Strong lighting and modern colors, such as white, bone, or cream, can actually make your kitchen appear wider than it really is. When choosing colors, choose no more than two or three different ones; go for lighter, brighter colors which can reflect light.
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