Published at October 10th, 2018 - 09:03:20. Kitchen. By Leah Hill.
The one wall. For very small kitchens, this may be the best choice because it keeps your appliances down to the bare necessities and allows you, in much the same manner as the L-Shape to have everything you need in one spot, so to cut down mobility. A distinct advantage of this style is that you leave yourself room to move and add other appliances as need be. The disadvantage is that if you start adding too much, then you must veer away from this design and go with a choice such as the corridor or the L-Shape.
Space is one of the most valuable factors in design. While extra storage units may work, they may end up looking bulky or obstructing pathways. Think of new places to add pull out soft drawers and paneled cabinets. Discuss these with your kitchen installer so they incorporate it into their plan early enough if possible. You can get ideas from visiting showrooms and studying kitchen galleries.
Where you want your pots, pans and other cooking wares are going to need to be accounted for right away. If you have a small kitchen, consider using the walls for storage. You can erect a beautiful spice rack with some designer jars to get your spices out of the cabinets. Do you have nice looking pots? Put a rack mounted on the ceiling. Ever seen a copper pot hanging from the ceiling? They look great.
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