Published at Tuesday, September 11th 2018. by Bridget Cleveland in Kitchen.
If you are in an apartment or small house, or just have a limited amount of space in your kitchen, it is a good idea to visit a kitchen showroom to get some ideas about what might work for you. There are innovations such as rollaway work benches, multi hinged doors and so on that will help you maximise the space that you have available in your small kitchen.
There are few designs these days more popular than country kitchen designs. Drawing on the warmth and down-home feelings of rural living, a country kitchen will make anyone feel welcome and cared for.
Buying a new kitchen is an expensive process, so if you’re on a tight budge the last thing you want to do is pay a professional kitchen designer to draw up your plans. The good news is there’s one simple way to get a free kitchen design that is tailored to suit your specific needs - do it yourself.
Planning your kitchen is a fun and rewarding activity if you have the freedom to do so. Many people moving in to their very first home might consider this option in order to make things uniquely theirs right off. Kitchens usually come complete with sink, dishwasher, refrigerator, and oven-stove combos. Most have counter space as well. And while all of these things are great, and essential to the kitchen‘s functionality, they can pose some interesting challenges if you have limited space. For small kitchens, the following simple design plans are the most common and rewarding:
When selecting colours, most experts will recommend sticking to basic colours, such as black and the more neutral tones. Black shows less marks from spilled food, while neutral colours are less likely to offend when it comes time to sell your house or apartment. This is because people are less shocked by traditional kitchen colours, especially on the cabinets.
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