By Aidan Payne. Kitchen Design. Published at Sunday, April 15th, 2018 - 23:27:11 PM.
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.
The Amazing Components of Modular Kitchen Designs. There are various modular designs in the market created in a plethora of colors, shape and style. However, all must contain the following accessories. First and foremost, there should be a dishwasher. They are present in various sizes, so as to meet the needs of each individual. The size depends on the capacity of the household, rinse cycles, area for placing the appliance and washing design. Secondly, due to the elegance of modular kitchen designs, a chimney is a prudent accessory. This is because it expels smoke and thus protects the kitchen décor from smoke related detriments. Also, considering modular kitchen embraces advancement in technology, a microwave is a must have appliance. It plays a crucial role in immensely reducing work load in the kitchen. The same case applies to the other types of ovens including slow cookers, dinnerware and convection toaster ovens.
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.
THE KITCHEN FOOTPRINT. Let's start with the space you have available for the kitchen. Whether you are designing for a new home, or remodeling in an existing one, you are limited by how much space you have available in which to create your dream. If the space is fairly small, you will want to consider whether or not you have the option of expanding. You may be able to accomplish this in your existing home and, in a new home, very often you still have time to alter the architectural plan, if needed. In either case, if you can eliminate or relocate a wall or walls or add to the house to create more space for the kitchen, it will improve the function and value of the room significantly. Of course, if you do not create an addition to the house, and just remove or relocate a wall(s), you then have infringed upon a contiguous space and decreased its size, so you have to weigh which option is the best for you. Is it worth giving up the other space to increase the size of the kitchen? In my experience, if you can do without the adjoining space, it is much better to devote that extra space to the kitchen.
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