Published at Monday, October 08th 2018. by Bridget Cleveland in Kitchen.
The L-Shape. With this option, you make use of two walls, both adjacent to one another, in determining the placement of all appliances. This literally forms a capital "L˝ with the two lines of appliances meeting at a corner. The advantage of this option is that you have all of your necessary locations in one place, so you can avoid all the moving around.
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:
Other items to complete the country-themed kitchen design ideas will be, as mentioned earlier, framed pictures or paintings of plants, flowers or various scenes. Country style kitchens often boast off open fresh air, too. Thus, lace curtains will often go well to achieve just this. You will see how enticing it is to look into the kitchen with the curtains flying above the windows and with fresh air coming in and out. You can also add other accessories into your kitchen, according to your preferences, but just make sure that they will go well with your kitchen's theme.
Shade Sails and Covers: It is important to protect your appliances and furniture from the weather and potentially harsh elements. If you live in an extreme climate, consider the kind of protection you want to use for your outdoor kitchen. You can build awnings to shade the patio area or you can build a structure, like an arbor or pergola. Basically, this has a sturdy roof and side pillars. You can also install weather-resistant curtains to the side pillars that you can pull closed to act as walls if you’d like some privacy in your patio.
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.
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