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Querida Lorraine Kitchens August 29th 2018, 20:02:55
Get Sleek Appliances: When we claim sleek, we imply devices that will not take up way too much area. From pint size microwave, two-burner stove, to multi-purpose kitchen sink could all be excellent ideas to think about.
Do you still have fluorescent lighting in your kitchen - well if you want the latest in kitchen design - and to know what is hot, what is not - fluorescent lighting is definitely not. One long globe casting a harsh light over the kitchen was never an idea that combined style with utility - it‘s not something you use because it‘s beautiful - it‘s simply utilitarian. The latest in kitchen design is LED‘s (light-emitting diodes) which use less than half the electricity of fluorescents and can last 10 times as long. As for what is hot in kitchen design - the newest buzz is on ‘accent lighting‘, and layered kitchen lighting. Chandeliers and pendants are as in as you can get for task lighting, along with lighting for cabinets. These do the job, and add style and ambiance to your kitchen. When it comes to lighting, fluorescents are so last century!
Layout: The layout should be the primary consideration of any new kitchen designs. You need to determine how the design will impact functionality and determine how well you can move around in the space. Your layout will be influenced by how you intend to use your kitchen, the types of meals you like to prepare and if you have any preferences or dislikes. It is also a good idea to incorporate some future proofing into your design. For example, if you have small children now, think about how the space will be used when the children are a little older.
Another tip for Kitchen Design with Timeless Design appeal is to focus on good quality appliances which will last. Instead of buying gimmick items, go for appliances which are functional, hard-working, reliable, and durable. Your custom kitchen will, if it‘s well designed, feature special nooks for your fridge, stove, washing machine, dryer etc. Every inch of space in a well designed custom kitchen needs to be optimally used, so if you have to keep changing appliances, there is always a chance that the new machine may be a fraction larger than the old one - a disaster if the space has been crafted for an exact fit. It‘s a good idea to make allowance for this when you are in the planning stages. That‘s the advantage of custom kitchens - you can allow for all these considerations, as well as your own design aesthetic.
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.