We asked local interior designers, stylists, and aesthetes to share their ideas with us what they think truly adds Maltese character to a kitchen.
And while the heavy levels of traffic Malta endures is an obvious cause of health issues, do not underestimate the influence of harmful toxins in your house. Indoor air can be anywhere from two to five times as polluted as outdoor air.
The Kitchen has become firmly entrenched as a mini work-hub: It’s where we sort mail, read, do our homework, prepare signature meals for a special occasion, and gather with our friends after dinner parties. This multi-functional, highly visible space needs layers of illumination to make it really shine, and this article will go over the different stages of how to light up your kitchen.
We all wish we could live in a traditional Maltese townhouse with a garden and a luxurious kitchen with a lot of space to hone your culinary skills, but for most young adults and expats living in Malta, the reality is a couple of sizes smaller.
Countertops may look nice and shiny at the store, but the real test will be in your kitchen, where the material will be subjected to dropped pots, spilt wine, sharp knives, and children.
8 key trends that are distinguishing the new Maltese homeowner: What do they look for when buying? And what sets them apart from previous generations when it comes to kitchen renovation, use, and design?