Kitchen. Friday , February 02nd , 2018 - 13:14:06 PM
Do You Spend a Lot of Time Cooking and Baking? One of the best things you can do you for yourself in your kitchen is to design spaces for items you use on a consistent basis. You not only want to consider where to house your tools and small appliances, but also how you access them. For instance, if you are a baker and love to use your stand mixer, do what a recent client of ours did: Create a built-in solution that allows you to easily access your mixer. An added bonus: build plug-ins where you need them so you don’t have to worry about moving your items around the kitchen to make space
Turntables that come entirely out of the corner are relatively new on the market; these add ease of use and function to an otherwise uncomfortable or dead space. Small spaces between cabinets or appliances are a perfect place to add pull out shelves for small items such as spices. Ask your kitchen cabinet supplier how to include them in the initial plans and how wide they can be.
How many cabinets will you need? How much storage options you can install without compromising with current space? What do you need to store in those cabinets and drawers? Whether you are up for remodelling or just reorganizing? All of these questions need to be asked before hammering a nail. Some of the guesswork can be eliminated with ways listed below:
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