HampshireTransitional Kitchen, Hampshire
Bi-fold doors with inset sockets to allow storage for smaller appliances. Bespoke hand-made cabinetry. Paint colours by Lewis Alderson
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This is not an all-inclusive list, so don’t be dismayed if not all these storage solutions work in your room redesign. Instead take inspiration from what’s already out there and create something brand new that suits your exact needs. After all, no one knows what you need better than yourself.
Conceal your appliances…Appliance fascias have evolved over recent years to the extent that any button, switch or dial not needed, generally isn’t present. And those that remain have become smaller and more discreet. This creates a cleaner appearance, ideal if you don’t want your appliances to draw attention. In fact, some appliances can retract out of sight altogether. One example is the downdraft extractor, which recedes into the work surface when not in use. Door fronts, including cupboards, sliding doors, pocket doors or tambour units, are some of the other options for concealing your kitchen appliances. These include small appliances, such as kettles, toasters and microwaves. As well as providing storage, these solutions also allow you to maintain your sleek and minimal look.