When designing and planning your new kitchen, one of the more interesting design features you could consider involves curves. Curved features in kitchens can be a stunning and visually attractive addition to any kitchen, contemporary or traditional. But how can you use curved design in a kitchen? And what are the advantages of this? Well, here at Homematas, we are Preston’s leading kitchen design professionals. We offer kitchens suitable for any home, traditional or contemporary. And this is our guide to everything you should know about curved features in kitchens.
Using curved features in kitchens
To add curved features to any kitchen you could consider:
- Using curved worktop ends- rounding the end of your worktops to a curved edge, rather than a simple straight edge rectangle, can be a great way to add curved design to your kitchen. This transforms the overall shape of the kitchen worktops, and can even create a rounded breakfast bar or seating area, if you have space to extend this out beyond the lower level cabinets.
- Using curved worktops- you can also opt for all round curved worktops that move in a flow around your kitchen. While this can disrupt the straight lines approach favoured by contemporary design, it can be a stylish addition that adds visual interest and intrigue.
- Using curved apron sinks- using a farmhouse sink in a country or traditional kitchen is a great way to add character and age to the design. But you could opt for a rounded or curved sink to increase the visual interest and create a stunning kitchen feature.
- Rounded kitchen islands- if your kitchen is large enough for a kitchen island, why not consider a rounded style of kitchen island? From full circular designs, to simple rounded rectangle designs, there are a number of ways to implement this in any kitchen, of any style.
For more information or advice about your new kitchen, take a look at what we can offer online and in-store today, here at Homematas.