The kitchen island often occupies a central position, serving as a multifunctional piece of furniture. You can use it for storage, as a bar, breakfast area or as a prep space when cooking. Some islands even have built-in sinks. It’s up to you to decide which elements are most important.
French country kitchens play upon the history of families gathering around the fireplace by designing stoves and/or other cooking spaces that are reminiscent of fireplaces. This is accomplished in a variety of ways, including the use of brick or stone around the stove, an archway, or decorative hood, for example. Unique, decorative hoods abound in the décor and design of a French country kitchen. And even if they didn’t you could not ever go wrong with a gorgeous copper number like this one.
On the other hand, if you don’t want to draw attention with your kitchen appliances, you can hide them inside custom-made furniture. The refrigerator can be disguised as a large cabinet or pantry and the oven and everything else can fit in naturally by using the same strategy. Check out the design proposed by for more inspiration.
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