Published at Thursday, December 07th 2017. In kitchen. By Concepcion trujillo.
Sitting and Standing
Be very aware of your aisles plus traffic flow. Where are potential traffic tie‐ups? Is the island designed too close to a doorway? Time of day also traffic flow have everything to do with good kitchen blueprint.
Your dining area should also be of comfortable size to allow people to easily move in as well as away from the table. Designing an eating area that is too tight will cause a feeling of confinement, perhaps not conducive to lingering around the table chatting after dinner or just to gather at. Island seating should have adequate space between seats also space behind the chairs for traffic to move past.
Be careful when you look at appliances, they could be very sexy! They will beckon to you with not let you out of their grasp! Even now the large commercial appliances send a message that only a "real" chef need apply.
Which, of course, is a challenge to all who cook. You will need to consider if your appliances will do the "talking" in your kitchen or if they will be mostly unobtrusive or even hidden. When you enter the kitchen do you want to feel that yours is a serious chef's working kitchen or rather a comfortable environment to spend time in, in‐conjunction with by the way where are the appliances?
Secondly, spend time learning about all of the current models with features plus most of all, the incredible design flexibility that appliances are offering now. New appliances include a coffee station high speed ovens new sizes for dishwashers also under counter refrigerators wine storage in every size imaginable, as well as much more. Take time to become aware of new appliances also their dazzling technology!
The Kitchen Catwalk
Design the "look" of your kitchen. First, grab a look at your house. What is your style? What is the architectural language of your home, it's theme? Use that as inspiration then look deeper…consider your taste in color, texture decorative details.
What style of furnishings do you have? What makes sense? What do you want to "drive" your design? An eclectic look could be exciting in‐conjunction with innovative. contemporary, sleek, kitchens could coexist beautifully with uneven textures. Collect images of kitchens that "speak" to you.
Take Your Time
Take your time (there is no substitute) throughout the entire process, make each decision carefully, with reevaluate from time to time. There are exactly hundreds of decisions to make! Be focused also most of all have FUN! It's really all good, isn't it?
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