The modern freestanding kitchen is growing in popularity, with unfitted furniture that has a contemporary feel. The freestanding units can be customised to suit the individual and the room. This means adding storage or an extra unit can be super easy. However, choosing the layout of this unconventional style of kitchen can be tricky…
Designing a freestanding scheme may seem easy, but invisioning how many pieces and of what type you’ll need can be difficult. Too much furniture will create an overcrowded and uncomfortable feel and too few units can leave the room feeling bare. Start with the essentials and introduce more if they’re needed.
Just like with a fitted kitchen, it’s important to consider what will work best for you, as well as the room. A freestanding design may make a room feel bright and open, but they aren’t always the best use of space. Sometimes, the best sollution may be to have some fitted units and some freestanding to provide a nice blend that isn’t too over-cluttered. At Raycross Interiors, we can help design the best kitchen layout for you and your home.
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