By Aidan Payne. Kitchen Design. Published at Friday, February 16th, 2018 - 21:03:38 PM.
Use Backlashes to Show off a Unique Style of Kitchen. Another popular way to make your kitchen designs more unique is to choose varying patterns for your backlashes. Let your personality go wild in this area of the kitchen by creating a custom designed mosaic with varying colors and patterns. You can use tiles made of stone, ceramic or other materials in a multitude of available colors and designs. For instance, choose your favorite picture and form it with the tiles onto your kitchen backlashes or use different materials for each color. It is all up to your imagination. Whatever unique and innovative design you choose for your British kitchen designs, it is sure to be something that your family will learn to love and use every day since the kitchen is the heart of most homes.
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.
The next step in carrying out your DIY kitchen design and remodeling project is the daydreaming phase. Sort out the pictures of your dream kitchens and decide which elements are the must-haves and which are impractical in the scope of your project, either due to cost or space constraints. You will want to measure your existing kitchen, marking in cupboards, counter tops and windows which will remain stationary. Let's say you have got your heart set on new paint and flooring, matching appliance covers, new cabinet facings and counter top coverings, track lighting, an island and a window greenhouse. Wow! Now that is a brand new kitchen. Sounds ambitious. Now let's break this makeover down into separate projects, done over a period of time. The idea is to organize each task such that your budget allows completion, while keeping your kitchen usable during that period, as much as possible.
HOW & WHERE YOU WILL EAT. You may prefer to be able to eat in the kitchen by having an island with seating. The size of the island that the room will accommodate will determine how many persons you can seat. Seating at an island reduces the storage space available in the island, so the balance of the kitchen storage will need to absorb this loss. You can basically sit at three counter heights: chair height (29-30"), counter height (36") and bar height (42"). If you have an adjacent breakfast room, you may want to eat there in the interest of having more storage space in the island. If the room will accommodate it, you may like the idea of a built-in booth in the breakfast room or kitchen, in lieu of a typical table and chairs. Many clients like to have the option of eating in both the breakfast room and at the island in the kitchen. In some cases there is no breakfast room and the dining room serves as both breakfast room and dining room. In any case, you should give these and other possibilities careful consideration.
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