Cabinet. Friday , March 17th , 2017 - 03:08:03 AM
*Hint: In order to ease your chore, put paper on the tops of your cabinets where people can't see. That way the grime and grease will fall down on it. Changing the paper once a year will be suffice.
For many years, white cabinets dominated the scene. That was until a few years ago when gray became the new "it" color. Gray cabinets, like white cabinets, are neutral and can work well with many designs. Gray especially works for cabinet colors since wood cabinets are an otherwise "warm" material. The color also saw a huge jump in popularity since it works with almost any color scheme. However, if gray is not incorporated correctly it come across as "sterile" and "lifeless."
The decade of the 1980s brought change to kitchen design. Because kitchen ventilation improved tremendously, homes could now feature a more open format because cooking smells would not enter other living areas, and thus the kitchen became more of a room in which to live. The trend of having guests come into the kitchen was a new phenomena, and kitchen designers used this to revamp the ways that kitchens looked and functioned. In later decades, seating areas, sometimes as a bar with stools, became more common as a way to integrate entertaining in with cooking. Cooking became more a creative rather than work pursuit, and this aided in the changes to kitchen design.
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