By Aidan Payne. Kitchen Design. Published at Saturday, April 14th, 2018 - 22:32:28 PM.
Modular designs for your kitchen aim at keeping the kitchen clutter free. Therefore, it incorporates an efficient cooking range, which has multiple burners. This also explains why shutters and pull out drawers are incorporated into the design. The shutters and pull out units are very convenient. Individuals use them to place their including crockery. The adjustable shelves are designed with handles to enable individuals open and close them in a jiffy. In addition, they are easy to maintain, as they are made from durable materials. At times, the modular kitchen designs add a sophisticated edge to the kitchen decor. Glass shutters are used to adorn the beauty of kitchen cabinets (pull out units), which are ideally placed at corners. On the same hand, most counter tops are made from granite to invigorate their sturdiness, durability and stylish outlook. On the other hand, most modular kitchens have laminate and wooden floors, though it is not rare to come across ceramic tile floors.
Activities that take place in the kitchen set a healthy environment for a family cohesion, this room is generally the most used of all in a family home. The kitchen is generally seen as the heart of any house and therefore it is design is very important. However, this is only so if the kitchen boasts good working environment, especially those of the cooking equipment. Otherwise, a bad design is equally detrimental to a home and family. Choosing a professional kitchen designer can really make a notable difference to the finished product. Designing your kitchen could be trusted with two groups of people, either the kitchen re-modelers or you could choose to employ a kitchen designer. However, the specifications of these two groups of people have a huge amount of difference, though they have some some similarities. Generally a kitchen designer will possess better kitchen knowledge in addition to having a wider selection of original layout tips for you new kitchen.
REMAINING ISSUES. The planning process will continue until every aspect of the total kitchen design is selected and specified. However, once you have established your footprint and vertical space, how you want to utilize your kitchen, how and where you want to eat, and your design motif, you are more than half way there. The planning process continues, on a smaller scale, as you are making more decisions about all of the items and issues that make up a total kitchen design. Examples: Do you often make spaghetti and pasta, which requires filling a large pot with about four to six quarts of water? If so, you should have a pot-filler over the cook top or range top. Since there are only two of you and it takes a long time to fill up the dishwasher before you can wash the dishes, you should consider a two drawer dishwasher which enables you to wash one drawer at a time, thereby saving energy and providing you with clean dishes more often. Do you prefer an air switch in the countertop for the disposal or do you want the switch to be on the backsplash? Do you want a garbage disposal in the prep sink as well as the main sink? Do you want soft close on your cabinet drawers? Do you like the idea of pendant lighting above the island? Do you want a filtered water system? The questions go on and on!
The golden triangle. One well-used theme by British kitchen design specialists is called the golden triangle principle. What this means is that like equipment should be paired up with each other and placed in a central work space for easy access. This makes cooking or baking in the British kitchen much more efficiently and effectively because cooks have immediate access to everything they need to accomplish a specific task. It depends on the needs of the user as to what is considered to be a part of the golden triangle. For instance, some people may want their three items to be a stove, sink and microwave. If so, the design would place these three items close together when planning the arrangements in the kitchen. Usually one large item, in this case the stove, could be considered as the anchor item for the triangle formation.
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