Kitchen. Monday , September 25th , 2017 - 11:20:59 AM
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.
The Uzine restaurant has a concrete island and if youre curious about the rest of the design you can visit it in Stockholm, Sweden. It was designed by architect Richard Lindvall in 2015. The space used to be a sausage factory and the transformation had to be major in order to turn it into a welcoming restaurant with a totally new concept.
Since the storage space is so limited, you have to be inventive and creative. Open shelves are very popular in kitchenettes and every little inch of space is usually used for something. Even though its packed and small, its also a functional space that needs to be decorated while carefully taking into consideration many aspects such as the way each appliance is usually used, the size of every item and so on. Here are a few examples o some very nicely organized kitchenettes.
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