Minimalist kitchen designs aren’t for everyone.
Minimalism is all about getting rid of the extras, the unnecessary
items that you think you need but rarely (OK, never) use. This is true
not just of cooking accessories, but also of decorative pieces and
other decorative elements in these kitchen designs. With this
particular style of interior design, you want to really cut out the
Eliminate unnecessary decorative elements in favor of a clutter free look. It’s acceptable to have one, maybe two decorative items out, but nothing more.
Remember, minimalist kitchen designs are exactly that: minimalist.
This concept of avoiding unnecessary ornamentation should apply to every part of your kitchen space. For example by combining the cooking and water points. Featuring four burners, the gas hob forms a functional and stylish unit in combination with the innovation water point design. It creates a more efficient cooking process while the linear arrangement of the burners is ergonomically designed for incredibly practical usage. The long (118 cm) and linear gas hob is seamlessly integrated into the worktop to complete the illusion of space.
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