No room in the house has as many functions and uses as kitchen furniture. No matter how big and spacious or compact and narrow, the kitchen is, and always will be, the centre of the home, where most of the action takes place. In the kitchen, we cook, entertain and entertain guests, enjoy our morning coffee, prepare and serve food. It is in the kitchen where your family gathered for a meal.
To functionally redesign your current kitchen, it is important to take into account your personal habits and be aware of the activities you plan to carry out there on a daily basis. Functionality and rational furniture layout are the keys to a successful kitchen renovation. To arrive at the right interior design for you, weigh up the pros and cons, do your research – look at as many kitchen design images and completed projects as possible – to find inspiration and create the perfect solution that you’ll enjoy living and working in every day.
When looking for inspiration and browsing through the ready-made interior solutions offered by our designers or other literature available to you, it is important to keep in mind a few aspects right from the idea and kitchen planning stage.
First and foremost, the layout of the kitchen furniture, where the large appliances will be placed, should be carefully considered. Such as a counter, cupboards, table, stove, fridge and sink. The next thing to pay attention to is the storage of utensils/objects, everything in the kitchen should be placed in a concise way – convenient and easy to reach. As kitchen utensils include many different tools and gadgets such as knives, pans, saucepans and food processors.
It’s important to plan their location so that Grandma’s casserole display doesn’t serve as a daily dust bank covering the newly laid Italian designer tiles. There must be enough space for everything. Last, but by no means least, your kitchen design should reflect your personality. The space must be harmonious and pleasant to live and work in.
It’s important to choose colours that suit and appeal to you, and to incorporate decor that is important and pleasing to you – elements that have a charm that can boost your positive emotions. The perfect kitchen should be easy to use, multifunctional and beautiful, a space that meets and satisfies all your eating and entertaining habits.
So obvious that they are usually forgotten…
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