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The term peninsula refers to an extended counter area that is the term peninsula refers to an extended counter area that is popular in the g-shaped kitchen floor plan. ... A kitchen peninsula is comparable in size and shape to a standard kitchen island, but the primary difference is that it is butted up against the end of a cabinet run or against a wall. It is different than a freestanding island, kitchen peninsulas offer three sides of workspace, with one end attached to a wall or counter space, often forming an 'g shape.' Peninsula layouts provide ample space and storage for a kitchen, and especially serve as an alternative option to an island for smaller-sized kitchens. That said, peninsulas can be a great design choice for any kitchen, even alongside islands as seen in the designs .

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Lighting is an easy way to make a big difference in your kitchen. These fixtures will make a statement, enhance your existing design, and brighten up your kitchen. Hanging confidently above your kitchen island or dining table, minipendant chandeliers are the epitome of functional flexibility and versatile style. Small, single-bulb mini pendant lights range in style from industrial, suspend an individual mini-pendant chandelier over the area. Hang multiple mini-pendant chandeliers in an elongated cluster for ambient illumination over tables, countertops or hallways.

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Make your kitchen utensils just another part of the kitchen’s s décor. Pots, pans, and lids are some of the hardest pieces of kitchen equipment to handle. They're big and bulky, but often used, so you have to find a lot of easily accessible space for them. These organizers let you hang the pots as if they were on the rack, but within a cabinet so you don't have to see the clutter. Countertops or hallways

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Shutters are important element, they can make or break the look of your favourite room. Materials: kitchen is a space that sees a lot of water usage as kitchen is a space that sees a lot of water usage as well as wear and tear. If you choose shutters of the wrong material. Durable options include mdf hardboard and marine ply. Colours: your kitchen reflects your personality. Go bold or : your kitchen reflects your personality. go bold or understated, opt for pastels or dark shades – whatever you whatever you choose, sleek ensures that you get a completely coordinated kitchen.

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Corner space is often wasted or not put to optimal use. A user-friendly alternative to conventional corner solutions is the space corner. Full extensions use every inch of storage space available and give you clear visibility of all contents. Work surfaces are often in corners. Corner full extensions are the ideal place to keep kitchen utensils and other implements. Everything is within easy reach and exactly where it’s needed.

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Create a stylish place to plant your indoor succulent garden or other greens with this wood & metal indoor planter. This indoor plant box has an open and airy iron frame that holds a wooden rectangular planter that can fit multiple plants and also hold decorative items. With a durable design that pairs seamlessly with a variety of different décor styles, this modern indoor box planter is a great way to give your plants a stylish place to reside.

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Today, open shelves have become a sort of decorator's standard. Maybe it's the trend towards eliminating clutter or or maybe it's an overall leaning towards simplicity. Built-in floating shelves that make use of a slim zone that might be otherwise wasted.

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Lighting is an easy way to make a big difference in your kitchen. These fixtures will make a statement, enhance your existing design, and brighten up your kitchen. Hanging confidently above your kitchen island or dining table, minipendant chandeliers are the epitome of functional flexibility and versatile style. Small, single-bulb mini pendant lights range in style from industrial, suspend an individual mini-pendant chandelier over the area. Hang multiple mini-pendant chandeliers in an elongated cluster for ambient illumination over tables, countertops or hallways.

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Make your kitchen utensils just another part of the kitchen’s s décor. Pots, pans, and lids are some of the hardest pieces of kitchen equipment to handle. They're big and bulky, but often used, so you have to find a lot of easily accessible space for them. These organizers let you hang the pots as if they were on the rack, but within a cabinet so you don't have to see the clutter. Countertops or hallways

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Shutters are important element, they can make or break the look of your favourite room. Materials: kitchen is a space that sees a lot of water usage as kitchen is a space that sees a lot of water usage as well as wear and tear. If you choose shutters of the wrong material. Durable options include mdf hardboard and marine ply. Colours: your kitchen reflects your personality. Go bold or : your kitchen reflects your personality. go bold or understated, opt for pastels or dark shades – whatever you whatever you choose, sleek ensures that you get a completely coordinated kitchen.

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Corner space is often wasted or not put to optimal use. A user-friendly alternative to conventional corner solutions is the space corner. Full extensions use every inch of storage space available and give you clear visibility of all contents. Work surfaces are often in corners. Corner full extensions are the ideal place to keep kitchen utensils and other implements. Everything is within easy reach and exactly where it’s needed.

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Create a stylish place to plant your indoor succulent garden or other greens with this wood & metal indoor planter. This indoor plant box has an open and airy iron frame that holds a wooden rectangular planter that can fit multiple plants and also hold decorative items. With a durable design that pairs seamlessly with a variety of different décor styles, this modern indoor box planter is a great way to give your plants a stylish place to reside.

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Today, open shelves have become a sort of decorator's standard. Maybe it's the trend towards eliminating clutter or or maybe it's an overall leaning towards simplicity. Built-in floating shelves that make use of a slim zone that might be otherwise wasted.

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PENINSULA KITCHEN

The term peninsula refers to an extended counter area that is popular in the g-shaped kitchen floor plan. A kitchen peninsula is comparable in size and shape to a standard kitchen island, but the primary difference is that it is butted up against the end of a cabinet run or against a wall. Especially serve as an alternative option to an island for smaller-sized kitchens. That said, peninsulas can be a great design choice for any kitchen, even alongside islands as seen in the designs.

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