In the case of a kitchenette, on the other hand, there’s not a lot of room for creativity and flexibility. There’s very little space to work with so the design usually has to be mostly practical and style becomes a secondary priority.
In an L‐shaped kitchen you already have the necessary background to include plenty of storage space for all the tools, supplies and everything you usually use and need in the kitchen. Nothing can be more annoying and distracting than not having enough space in the kitchen and always bumping into something.
Since the kitchen sits separated from the rest of the furniture, it naturally stands out. This makes it a wonderful choice for a focal point. This kitchen has a simple, white interior décor and the only element that doesn’t match that color palette is the kitchen island. This allows it to stand out and to create the transition towards the second part of the room.
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