Mireya Mireille Kitchens August 30th 2018, 03:20:38
The entire modern kitchen design aesthetic elevates utility and function above all else. All the materials involved in modern designs are highly resistant to staining and damages, which makes them easy to clean and to maintain. By elevating utilitarian designs to an art form, the modern kitchen is both highly attractive and highly functional- even if it can be a bit intimidating at first glance.
If you are going for a custom kitchen, then the same ideas that apply in the rest of the home apply when looking at Kitchen Design and Timeless design ideas. Cabinetry is a major investment - choose colour, style and materials that won‘t date, and that will stand the test of time. Add flair by using some of your cabinets for displaying beautiful china, or something that reflects your personal style, and add accent lighting for effect. Although it‘s a new trend, hiding kitchen appliances behind cleverly designed cabinetry will give your kitchen a timeless quality, by taking focus off the appliances. Muted colours like white, grey, and beige are not boring - they are classic and give your kitchen a timeless feel that won‘t date.
There are many ways to go about designing your kitchen and you can choose something off the plan or an architects design. You may not really know exactly what you want but you do have an idea of the style you like and what your budget is. This is where you now need to do some planning and start to define your likes and dislikes. If your kitchen is an unusual shape, or particularly large or small, then there may be some unique design elements to consider.
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.
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.