By arleigh jung. Interior Design. At Monday, May 07th 2018, 19:34:07 PM.
Here’s another fine example of fold-away kitchen storage. It takes the design above and expands upon it. You have space for a small microwave, but there is also space for other appliances like the toaster. There are even outlets to plug it all in. And the shelving is high enough to get in and use the toaster right in that space. As a result, rather than serving as pure storage, this space also makes a highly functional workstation.
If there’s one thing many of us feel we need, it’s more kitchen storage space. It seems like there’s always some new doodad to buy for the kitchen. And putting it all somewhere can get to be a challenge. But that’s why they invented fold-away kitchen storage. These design elements are defined by how they can fold or roll in some way to create more storage without visibly taking up more space. It’s practically like having a storage area bigger on the inside than the outside. Below are some ideas for making the most of fold-away storage in the kitchen.
Another option is to use contrast to make the colorful grout more noticeable. For instance, the design above combines a bright yellow grout with a light blue tile. The yellow against the cool tile color makes it somewhat of a statement look. A bolder look involves using bright grout against dark tile or dark grout against light tile. Regardless of which color combination you choose, the contrast helps the colorful grout stand out.
A wall-mounted kitchen faucet is a practical option. You free up space on the counter and the sink can be placed closer to the wall. You can adjust the height at which you place the faucet and make it as practical as it could be.
If you desire a bathroom faucet that stands out then get a temperature-sensitive one. The water changes color depending on the temperature. Some designers also created smart faucets like this one which can recognise your face and turn on to your favorite water temperature.