Laurette Garnier. Kitchen. January 21st , 2018.
New Kitchens designed in an L-Shape. As the name suggest these kitchens are designed to run along two walls meeting at right angles very popular in restaurants and modern homes. The hob can be placed where the two walls meet making this the center piece of you new kitchen, its the ideal place to have your ornate custom made mantle and have the overhead units on either side divided with some glazed doors and low voltage lighting. Any of the above mentioned designs are ideal for manufacture in any wood but beautiful when constructed in oak kitchens.
Available Kitchens: When you go to any showrooms today you will see a huge range of fitted kitchens displayed under strategically placed bright lights, and you think I must have one of these. A little advice, do not rush that decision, and that is your second fitted kitchen tip. One of the areas to check out is the kitchen carcass or the frame. This is where the doors are attached by hinges that will be used many times every day, and you certainly do not want to be adjusting doors in a few weeks after your purchase because some manufacturer decides to cut corners by using rubbish wood from framing, and the hinges and other fittings like runners become loose because the screws used for to attach such fittings are not gripping properly.
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.
Traffic: The kitchen should not be perceived as an island; it needs contact with the outside world that is accomplished by car. You can have the adjoining room used a garage attached to the kitchen or have the back door lead to the driveway, so you do not go through much hassle bringing in your groceries or taking out your trash. You can also have a mud room minimize the traffic within your kitchen since it acts as a staging area for trips out of and into the house. It creates storage for coats, boots, and hats, buffer from cold air, or you can put pantry shelves to hold items that are not meant for immediate use. Once all this activity is redirected from your kitchen, you will have more space for eating and cooking.
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