Chantal Laberge. Kitchen. December 22nd , 2017.
Guide on How to Design Your Kitchen: The kitchen is a vibrant part of every home; it‘s a vibrant hub that is always buzzing with activity that goes beyond just the preparation of food. Over the years, the kitchen has become the focal point of most homes thereby raising the need to come up with good kitchen designs. In this article, we take a look at how to design your kitchen to make it comfortable for entertaining both guests and family. Designing your kitchen starts by identifying the room in the house to use as a kitchen. It is advised that when making this decision, you should strive to orient the kitchen to face either the southeast or east where the morning sunlight will fill the room. Once your kitchen is oriented, below are basic guidelines on how to design your kitchen.
New kitchens can be a great addition to any home or apartment and if designed right should make working in the kitchen a joy. There are a few designs which are very popular and nearly all kitchens are based on these basic designs despite how anyone wants to elaborate design wise or in other areas.
Kitchen cabinets take up 75% of the space in a kitchen by themselves and you must really think about what you are doing before you decide on the color of your kitchen. An open floor plan has a lot of space and normally many windows with lots of light, so having black kitchen cabinets in there will not be the focal point. Many contemporary kitchens will use black and white as their color schemes with a black and white checkered floor, white walls and either black appliances and black kitchen cabinets or white appliances. Either of these two schemes will work well together. A white kitchen table or black kitchen table will round out the area.
The Work Triangle or The Work Area: One of the most important aspects of any fitted kitchen and its also one of the areas of planning that must involve the input of the cook or chef. There are three main appliances that will determine this area and these are, the cooker, the fridge and the sink or waste area. You may well ask why, well these when you think about it are the three most used places in any kitchen. If any of these areas are too far away from each other it can make using the kitchen to its full potential difficult. So the work area or the work triangle should be given the attention it deserves before proceeding to the other areas of choosing your kitchen, and that is your first fitted kitchen tip.
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