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Project of the Month - May 2021

Why is your Kitchen the Most important part of your home?

As the center of your family’s day to day living, your kitchen can be considered the most important room in the house. It is also one of the first things a prospective buyer will consider if you plan to sell your home in the future.

Choosing the adequate amount of kitchen storage is something you and your designer will pay extra attention to when planning the layout. Accessible and a premeditated user interface is essential to a good kitchen design. To assist you with your family’s day to day, think of a storage option that works for you.

This month’s POM is a transition white and navy kitchen. The homeowner created a very welcoming space with a functional working triangle between the stove, sink, and refrigerator. Our will design team will take your lifestyle into consideration and cater a design according to how you wish to use your kitchen.

The strong contrast of the navy island, light calacatta countertop, and chandelier will definitely catch your eye. The island also has an overhang design, allowing the family to gather outside of the cooking area.

Our designers are often asked on how to maximize the storage in their kitchen. A great solution is adding a pantry unit adjacent to your kitchen. Pantry cabinets are useful for storing non perishable food products, containers, or cooking machines. The combination of shelves, drawers, and/or door racks are excellent ways to upgrade your kitchen storage with organization tailored to your needs. This month’s POM designer created a good balance of drawer set and base cabinets. Drawer sets can be used for smaller items such as dishes, pans, and pots while the base cabinets can be utilized as an appliance storage. Contact the friendly designers at Demetra if you are interested in a tailor made, efficient, and stylish storage solution for your next kitchen design.


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