Practical, functional, designer, a corner kitchen is the ideal configuration to furnish both narrow rooms and large open-plan spaces. An L-shaped kitchen, when fitted along two adjoining walls, best exploits the corner space, but it is also a smart choice for more complex designs, to create continuity between the various areas of the home.
Modular kitchens offer various solutions when it comes to inserting the furnishing elements along two walls. The modules can be put together to form a practical operational triangle with all the preparation, cooking and storage functions, such as in this project with the Sax kitchen. The workspace thus becomes practical and ergonomically designed, facilitating all the tasks involved in preparing meals.
Culinary activities can also be divided up, as in this offering with the modern LiberaMente kitchen, where the choice of finishes helps create cohesion between the various elements. The worktop is placed along one wall with Concrete Jersey decorative melamine base units, in the same finish as the open-fronted larder unit fitted on the other wall, whereas the tall units are in Voyage Oak, as are the shelves and the Setup accessorised wall panel.
A table could be included in the middle of the room, thereby creating an enjoyable communal area to lunch and dine and spend time with friends and relatives.
In both solutions, the heart of the home becomes a comfortable place for experimentation.
When the kitchen is spacious and open s out towards the living area, creating a corner composition is a way to create highly effective designs, thanks also to unprecedented colour contrasts. In this composition of the DeLinea kitchen, the peninsula, with a cooking area and a practical snack top, in dark coloured Calce Antracite stoneware, stands out from the worktop in Calce Grigio stoneware worktop, in a paler shade that distinguishes the washing area with built-in sink.