Kitchen Design Style
It can be exciting and it can be frustrating! In addition to cabinet and hardware choices, new flooring or paint, a kitchen remodel takes planning. Here’s a few things to keep in mind when you’ve decided to renovate your kitchen.
Max suggests the following for your kitchen design style:
- Keep the classic “kitchen work triangle” in mind when designing your kitchen. The stove/oven, sink and refrigerator all need to be in a functional work space. You’ll feel more comfortable cooking in the kitchen when all of your appliances are within easy reach.
- Paths within the cooking zone should be 42 inches wide for a one cook kitchen and 48 inches wide for a kitchen with two cooks.
- To make cabinet doors fully functional, plan enough space for the door’s clearance in your kitchen design.
- Allow for counter space. About 15 inches on either side of a cook top and refrigerator gives ample work space.
- Tiling a backsplash adds color, texture and personality to a kitchen.
- When remodeling, add enough power sources for relocated or new appliances.
- Plan for storage. Do you have enough storage for things other than dishes, glasses, pots or pans?
- Complement your kitchen style with unique cabinet knobs and pulls.
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