The Contemporary Kitchen
If you want the most
fabulous kitchen in the world, you want to mix form, function and fab food. The space should appeal to family and friends and help them enjoy each other's company. With
the right design, the kitchen can become the best loved room in the home. So the goal is to blend aesthetics, functionality, storage needs and space planning
together into one cohesive unit.
If the style of your home is contemporary or modern, you need a kitchen that fits the style of the rest of the home. Pearwood cabinets, stainless steel
appliances and fixtures and bamboo were combined to make this kitchen stunning.
Some features to consider are a filtered, chilled hot water tap, a "wiggle" sink on the island for prep work. Built-ins can include a bar and wine storage
near the dining room or a drink area for the kids. Since the look is very modern and contemporary, incorporate your high-tech touch screen computer,
large flat-screen TV and camera so you can stay in touch with family members no matter where they are.
Lines are sleek and stylish, simple yet very functional. From lamps to bar stools to chairs and desk table, everything is clean and there are no frills. Even
the cabinetry has clean straight lines.
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Barbara Jennings is author of 10 decorating books: Decor Secrets Revealed, Rearrange It, Home Staging for Profit, Home Staging for Yourself,
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