Kitchen. Thursday , September 07th , 2017 - 17:22:23 PM
The design concept proposed by the Flower House in Porto, Portugal is really interesting and also unusual. The social area is small and organized on different levels but not in the usual way. Its unclear whether the lounge space in sunken or if the dining space is elevated. Either way, the platform on which the dining table and chairs stand continues behind the sofa and forms a U-shaped concrete counter for the kitchen. This original design is the work of EZZO.
Pocket doors are most common in kitchen. In here they can be most efficient, especially if the kitchen is small. They offer advantages both in terms of appearance and functionality. Most often, kitchen pocket doors are used to conceal appliances or workspaces and storage areas. Use pocket doors to hide the washing machine, microwave, oven but also smaller appliances like toasters and coffee makers. You can keep them out of sight and yet easily accessible.
Because pocket doors are great space-savers, theyre ideal for small spaces. For example, use a pocket doors instead of a traditional one if you have a tiny bathroom or powder room which can simply not accommodate a full swinging door. Pocket doors are also great for walk-in closets and wardrobes, offering unobstructed access and use of the contents within. If you fit the door with a mirrored panel then you can truly make the most of it.
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