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Melisenda Valentine Kitchens August 17th 2018, 11:23:50
When you are planning a new kitchen, it can be very easy to become distracted by the colours, textures, and materials and forget about some important aspects of the design. This may mean that your new kitchen does not provide the practicality and functionality you wanted. Unfortunately, since renovating a kitchen can be a costly process, you are likely to be stuck with any decisions or mistakes you have made. Fortunately, you can avoid some of these potential pitfalls by being aware of the elements of a well planned design.
The Ergonomics: The best new design kitchens tend to always consider the ergonomics of use. There is usually a triangle that measures the distance between the refrigerator, oven or hob and the sink. These are the three main work areas where food will be prepped and cooked, so there needs to be a good flow. Your design needs to be planned so that the space between these items is not too large or too small.
It‘s never ever concerning the dimension of a kitchen that determines just how the layout and also format will look. From an indoor developer‘s perspective, the answers or concepts are hidden in exactly how well you could make use of the space given for the task.
Among the different styles of surfaces to choose from are granite, a very popular option which works well with a modern kitchen, laminate, used effectively in both modern and traditional farmhouse style kitchens, silestone, a beautiful stone composite containing quartz and available in many colours, and corian, a very versatile and solid material.
Ideas Brainstorm: The best approach to begin with is to look around, take note of what you like in your current kitchen, what you do not like and look at other kitchens. You can visit show rooms, flick through magazines, and visit other peoples homes or research online. Gather as much information as you can, and search for as many ideas as you can. Start a scrapbook or spreadsheet and start a budget too. Do not be afraid to really challenge your ideas and expectations. After all, the kitchen is such an important part of the house and you also want to make sure you use your money wisely.