By Aidan Payne. Kitchen Design. Published at Sunday, April 15th, 2018 - 02:39:54 AM.
VERTICAL SPACE. You should also consider what size and shape the room will be from a vertical standpoint as well. If it is possible to increase the height of the room by raising, eliminating or altering an existing low ceiling or soffit, you should seriously consider taking advantage of this option. The additional height will provide more cabinet storage from the increased height of wall cabinets and the room will become more voluminous which is always more visually impressive and comfortable. From a construction standpoint, the load-bearing issues will apply to increasing the room height just as it applies to moving or eliminating walls. Of course, in dealing with all of these design and construction issues and decisions that need to be made, you will not be alone. Your designer will be the pivotal person who will help you evaluate the choices you have available. He or she will produce drawings in order to visually demonstrate these options and will offer advice on which options are best and why.
Ensuring Efficient Energy Consumption. For any business-oriented kitchen design, energy efficiency should be a major consideration, because it is going to save you money on utility expenses. In an energy-efficient kitchen setup, your cooking equipment should be kept far apart as is feasible while still remaining convenient. For instance, your cooking equipment should be strategically positioned to optimize on the kitchen exhaust hood. Foodservice Consultants Society International, a global professional design and management consulting services organization estimates that energy savings from efficient kitchen equipment could be as much as 40%, which is nearly 3 to 6 per cent of your total kitchen operating costs.
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.
The placement of your work triangle should be the next step in designing your kitchen layout. The sink, cooking surface, and refrigerator need to be situated within easy reach of each other to allow your kitchen to work smoothly. Here, again is where an experienced kitchen designer can be a valuable partner in the design of your kitchen. They have the experience to know what will and what will not work efficiently, and could keep you from ending up with a kitchen which does not meet your needs. A good kitchen designer will know if your kitchen would work better with an island, or maybe a peninsula, or a movable cart or nothing at all. These are design items that need to be addressed early in the process, and will make the whole design process successful. The next step is to layout your kitchen cabinets. Standard cabinets come in widths with 3" increments, so you can use them in almost any kitchen layout. Here is another area where an experienced kitchen designer can save you lots of time and frustration. Once the basic kitchen layout is complete, the designer can assist you in including the details that really make a kitchen a showpiece. How about a plate rail or open end shelves for added appeal? Is a wine rack appropriate in your kitchen design? It is the little details, which you may not have even thought about, that make any kitchen really special.
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