The kitchen has really come to the forefront of uniquely designed spaces in many people’s homes, with open design being one of the factors that most people are concerned with. While this can be achieved with a variety of different methods, one of the best ways to gain a unique perspective in the home is with a custom fabricated stone countertop. Other methods that are added to this include an adequate amount of light in the kitchen, placing appliances within cabinets, and playing around with different materials such as glass and different stones.
Some of the most popular types of custom stone countertop fabrication types include granite and marble, which give a polished sheen to open counter spaces. This helps lend itself to open design by providing a somewhat reflective surface for light to bounce off of, opening up the kitchen’s layout. These can be cut to order, or even placed in the middle of the kitchen in the form of an island. That can end up being the focal point of the entire kitchen, and could be a good place to think about entertaining guests when you have a dinner party.
To start the process of designing a new kitchen with these tenets of open design in mind, it can be a good idea to start from scratch. The custom stone countertop fabrication will only be one aspect of this design, but it could be the piece that ties the rest of the kitchen together. As with any other type of interior decoration, it’s necessary to have some sort of theme that rooms can be decorated in. The stone could be the very aspect of this design that brings in the other elements, to give a cheerful, open, and peaceful kitchen environment.
It’s best to stick to light or neutral earth tones if you want a more airy and open design to the kitchen. Ask to see samples of the different types of stones that could be used in custom stone countertop fabrication, to be able to effectively find a piece that will suit the mood. It can be a good idea to place these samples on top of your existing countertops, to think about the other aspects of design that would be best incorporated along with them. Sometimes, literally, it takes a rock to serve as the foundation for a larger structure, in this case, the most open design that will tie the room together.…
I am assuming at this point that you know what your niche or topic is and that this article is designed to help you decide what you should write in regards to your niche or web site topic.
Start with your niche or topic, for example, gardening.
Then make a list of things that people might want to know about gardening.
How do you garden?
What climates are good for gardening?
Do you garden differently in different climates?
What types of things can you grow in the cold climates?
What types of things can you grow in the hot climates?
Notice at this point how I am building a number of questions around one subtopic of gardening: the climate. You can probably think of 20 or 30 more questions related to just the climate.
Now for a change of subtopic, for example: tools for gardening
What types of tools do I need for gardening?
What are the easiest tools for gardening?
Are there different tools for different plants?
Where do I buy quality tools for my gardening?
What are the top three tools for gardening?
And again, you can add many more tool questions, especially if you are in the gardening niche and understand gardening (I am not, and do not).
Now you should be able to easily think up 20 subtopics for your niche, similar to the two I suggest here for gardening. For example, in the gardening niche:
Time of year
Part of the world
Obviously this is a partial list of all the subtopics for the gardening niche. Come up with at least 20 for your niche, then write at least 10 questions to answer for each subtopic.
Next, write an article about each question … just given this scenario, you will have 200 article subjects ready to write! …