By BisM1lLahbyeenergy. Kitchen. At Monday, September 28th 2020, 22:13:11 PM.
Do you still have fluorescent lighting in your kitchen - well if you want the latest in kitchen design - and to know what is hot, what is not - fluorescent lighting is definitely not. One long globe casting a harsh light over the kitchen was never an idea that combined style with utility - it's not something you use because it's beautiful - it's simply utilitarian. The latest in kitchen design is LED's (light-emitting diodes) which use less than half the electricity of fluorescents and can last 10 times as long. As for what is hot in kitchen design - the newest buzz is on 'accent lighting', and layered kitchen lighting. Chandeliers and pendants are as in as you can get for task lighting, along with lighting for cabinets. These do the job, and add style and ambiance to your kitchen. When it comes to lighting, fluorescents are so last century!
This is where the kitchens is designed to run along one wall of your kitchen area and is most suitable for long kitchens or apartments. They need not be boring as the general line of the kitchen can have slight protruding areas tat can be enhanced by square pilaster which can be manufacture or painted to contrast with the overall colour of the main kitchen. Add lights in the overhead units or the plinths and you can create a masterpiece with a touch of elegance, and the good news it does not have to cost a fortune.
It is better to construct the outdoor kitchen near to your indoor kitchen to make the transport of food materials easy. The basic need for an outdoor kitchen is a stove with gas grill and concrete countertop to suit the surroundings. A seating area for dining purpose and an outdoor fireplace are very essential for outdoor kitchens. You can design your outdoor kitchen either in L-shape or U-shape, so that, you can have quick access to the Refrigerator, Sink and Stove placed as per the design.