Published at October 10th, 2018 - 07:48:48. Kitchen. By Leah Hill.
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.
Hooks for hanging utensils and magnetic strips for storing knives makes good use of wall space and will free up the counter space. Smaller ovens and stoves are a must, and you will likely have to sacrifice a double sink in favor of a more compact cleaning area. Overhead cabinets are a must, and it's a good idea to incorporate as many inset appliances as possible.
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:
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