Designer Tips For Idea Kitchen

The kitchen is undeniably one of the most important roles in the house as it is the area where the family congregates, guests are hosted and meals are prepared so make sure your you make this space beautiful and lively.

Space Planning: Space planning is one among the most important factors when it comes to a kitchen, because it is the most function-intensive space in a home. You need to keep in mind the ‘work triangle’ for the primary functions of a kitchen, i.e. the Refrigerator, hob and sink, as well as the no. of people who would be using the kitchen at a given time.

Another aspect that people often ignore is toe space under the kitchen counters, so ensure there’s enough space provided when you design a kitchen skirting so that a person can comfortably stand at the counter for long periods of time. The more specific and organized the kitchen is, the better it’ll function, so try incorporating custom kitchen accessories rather than providing empty cabinets, like a designated place for aprons, gloves, wash clothes, etc.

Countertop: Granite was considered as one of the most conventional materials for a kitchen countertop because of its hardness and durability. However, now that time and technology has changed, don’t hold yourself back from trying some new materials in countertops like Engineered Quartz and Corian, to name some. They are available in a variety of color options, are durable and of good quality, and may be also very economic.

Dado: a gorgeous dado can enhance the look of the entire kitchen because it is visible at eye level throughout the kitchen most of the time.

Moreover you can experiment with a really large variety of materials now available for many different looks, such as lacquered glass for pops of bright, glossy colour, ceramic tiles with myriad interesting patterns, or even the same quartz that you used as a countertop in order to get a homogenous feel.

Light: Lighting often gets neglected within the kitchen area, despite its functional requirement. In addition to overhead lights, make sure you provide ample lights beneath the upper cabinets for specific tasks in order to provide proper illumination for your work spaces. Lights can also be provided inside the cabinets with sensors for their operation, for both functional and aesthetic purposes.

People often have this notion that false ceiling isn’t for kitchen spaces, but with the right ventilation and chimney placement, it can actually be used beautifully to provide uniform lighting in the kitchen.

Appliances: In today’s times, no kitchen is complete without the suitable appliances. Spend some time doing research on the wide range of appliances available, and make a list of your required appliances before designing the kitchen.

Make sure you merely choose appliances based on your particular needs and usability, as apart from the basics, not all appliances are for everyone. You simply need to place the appliances in your kitchen layout based on the frequency of their use.

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