Have you noticed how kitchens are becoming more curvaceous?
Since fitted kitchens were first conceived they have been largely linear spaces with storage squeezed out of every square centimetre. The result was often long runs of wall to wall cupboards with sharp corners and straight lines as far as the eye could see. There were other practical considerations for this practise too. Anyone could design their own kitchen with the aid of a pencil and a piece of graph paper.
But today, kitchens are not just places to prepare food. They are now the hub of the home with multiple activities going on at the same time. They are where the family gather and where we entertain so it is only right that they should look good too.
Central islands are now on every kitchen wish list and so much the better if they look as good as these examples from Magnet Kitchens. Curves not only look good but they help the flow around a busy kitchen and are much more forgiving than sharp corners.
And just in case you need some help planning your curvaceous kitchen Magnet have shared with us this helpful little video.
This post has been written in association with Magnet Kitchens.