ADDING CURVE APPEAL TO THE KITCHEN

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Traditionally, kitchens are designed using straight lines and sharp angles which follow the typical straight lines of the spaces we inhabit, but there are many benefits to using flowing lines and curves in our kitchen designs to soften the look of the room.

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In terms of kitchen cabinets, curves are not the easiest shape to construct and certainly increase the overall budget somewhat, but many would argue that this is a small price to pay for a space which flows naturally and effortlessly, with a sense of continuity.

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Curves in a kitchen are aesthetically pleasing to the eye and allow us to move around with ease, eliminating the need to negotiate the sharp corners created by right angles. Perhaps one of the most appealing practical benefits when using curves is that they can make cleaning a great deal easier too.

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Curve appeal can be applied to a variety of materials, not just your kitchen cabinets, but also your worktops, bespoke kitchen furniture, kitchen island, sink or any other fittings and fixtures… just let your imagination roll!