Published at Monday, 14 May 2018. floor. By Henriqua iturburua.
"We always like an eat―in kitchen if we could have one. It is a great place to eat a quick snack or for the kids or adults to eat breakfast," Segal says. It was challenging to fit an eat‐in area into this layout, but Segal was able to install a counter with two stools. With the kitchen somewhat separate from other areas in the house, the eat―in area gives people a place where they could perch plus keep the cook company.
Texture keeps the space from feeling too sleek or cold; the adjacent shelves are backed in beadboard, in–conjunction with the designers added ornamental screening panels to the cabinets below. "This detail makes the kitchen feel softer in–conjunction with a little more airy," Segal says.
Segal kept the aboriginal brick around the existing grill together with the new range to maintain a strong connection to the original architecture. The brick warms the space as well as its texture helps to break up all the white.
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