Published at September 15th, 2018 - 21:28:20. Kitchen. By Ethel Cummings.
The classic triangle. Shape is everything in determining the layout of the room, and in order to fulfill that shape, you must first know which must have appliances will be populating your kitchen. Once you have determined this, you may set your refrigerator up in one location, your sink at another, and your oven at another. Perhaps two are connected by a counter; perhaps they‘re not. Either way, the three core fixtures form the shape of a triangle, thus earning this choice its name.
After you have singled out the one theme that illustrates your dream kitchen, its time to look at what is available to hand. Survey your kitchen for areas that need fixing, or those that are altogether hopeless cases. Your countertops and cupboards may look totally out-of-shape but don't organize a kitchen demolition just yet. You might be surprised by the powers of paint and a little bit of imagination. Your French Country kitchen is still within reach and within budget!
Many retailers have set up complete kitchens in their showrooms. They have arranged them to include cabinets, appliances, sinks, stoves, refrigerators, tables and chairs to help you get a feel of how a new kitchen will "almost˝ look like in your own home. You are sure to find a few of these retailers within your neighborhood. Don’t just limit yourself to the well known chains such as Home Depot or Lowe’s. Look in your phone book to find the smaller dealers were they could give friendlier and cozier service.
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