By Aidan Payne. Kitchen Design. Published at Tuesday, November 07th, 2017 - 21:20:14 PM.
A business-oriented kitchen, that is well-designed, forms an integral part of safe, efficient and profitable commercial food preparation. A business-oriented kitchen that has been designed to take into consideration ergonomics will be highly prized by the proprietor, chef as well as the kitchen staff. It may not be that easy to really appreciate just how vital the design is until you have worked in a kitchen that has been badly designed. A well equipped and designed kitchen will empower you to provide quality services to your customers. Careful assessment of the current and future needs provide you a solid foundation for business success. Smart kitchen designs create a positive work atmosphere and avert unnecessary bottlenecks and interruptions.
Precisely Why There is A Lot of Hype about Modular Kitchen Designs. Modular kitchen designs cater for the needs and demands of all individuals. This is because they are available in a myriad of color schemes including silver, cedar, birch, gold and pearl, as well as white, orange, yellow, green, blue and red. In addition, those that love a combination of various color schemes can get their wishes fulfilled. Moreover, whether your kitchen is small or big these designs are easily incorporated into the design of your home. This gives your kitchen a fashionable look. On the same hand, modular designs modernize the interior décor of the kitchen, giving it a great appeal. As a result, the design of your home, whether modern or traditional, gets a fresh outlook. It appears to be more functional and attractive. On the other hand, people love kitchens that are spacious to give them enough room to move around. Modular kitchens effectively meet this need, since they are well organized and provide the desired storage space. In a nut shell, they provide a clutter free working area.
Designing your ultimate kitchen should be a rewarding experience. After you have gathered ideas for your kitchen from a variety of sources, the fun begins when you start to actually incorporate all the different design ideas into a coherent picture of your perfect kitchen. This is the time to ask for assistance from a kitchen design specialist, who can work on the design process with you. The place to start when you are designing your dream kitchen is with a dimensional diagram of your kitchen space. On a large piece of graph paper, draw the outline of the kitchen space, including any doors or windows that you will have work around while you design your kitchen. Accurately mark where your plumbing and electrical supplies are located. You can move plumbing and electrical supply points, but this involves more time and money, and it is always easier to accommodate existing service supplies into your design, if practical.
Many of my clients have, unfortunately, initiated the design of their kitchen without an understanding of the extent of what is actually involved in the process, in terms of design, budget, timeline and other issues. In these cases, our design process together, was frustrating for the client and for me. As a result, this article will clarify the process so that you will have the opportunity to become better informed before you begin your kitchen project, thereby avoiding uninformed decisions or possibly spending time and/or money needlessly. This article is not about the specific design features of your kitchen and how to design it. There are many good resources available for that. Instead, it is about the process of designing your kitchen. It is meant to help in getting a head start and to expose anyone who is, or might be, embarking upon the design of a new or remodeled kitchen, to the first and most important step - Planning.
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