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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.
Is your kitchen a series of appliances - washing machine, dryer, and fridge? Well if you are interested in knowing about kitchen design - what is hot, what is not - then the next thing to look at is hiding these appliances with clever cabinetry. A stylish kitchen with no electrical appliances in sight is the latest trend in kitchen design. By using cabinetry artfully, kitchen appliances can be carefully hidden without losing ease of access or functionality - there are amazing innovations - now even a fridge can be ‘invisible‘. This way, the kitchen comes into its own as room which can flow into the rest of the design in the home, and loses that ‘factory‘ stuffed with machines image.
Once your space is functional there are a few aesthetic tips to take into consideration which will make your kitchen look more spacious than it really is. Mirrored backsplashes multiply the appearance of your space, and light colored or transparent kitchen furniture and appliances will help minimize the appearance of clutter.
Layout Ideas: During the design stage, think about practicality too. A common idea often talked about when it comes to kitchen design is the triangle. You want the three main things that you use to be nearby. So the sink, the fridge and the cooker need to be in this triangle. Also consider how many plug sockets you need and where they should be placed. The kitchen should be as easy to navigate as possible and a good set up means getting around will be easy.
Everybody has their own preferences when it comes to kitchen designs. You may prefer a traditional country kitchen with an aga and flagstone floor and real wood units. Or you might like a more modern and contemporary look. There are many things to think about, such as where to fit the sink, the oven and the fridge, which colour schemes you like and which materials suit your kitchen design. It is also important when planning your new kitchen, to look at the practical side of things. You might like the idea of a big range style cooker, but if your kitchen is on the small side, an oven which is fitted into the surfaces is probably a better option. You also need to take note of the layout of your kitchen; where the sink is in relation to the oven, and where the doors and windows are in the room. You need your kitchen to be practical, easy to use and safe, at the same time as being comfortable and decorated to your taste.