Nikola Kůrková. Kitchen. January 23rd , 2018.
Drawer or Cabinet? Whenever you are remodelling your kitchen with a motive to make it spacious, you need to see whether your kitchen is big or small. Professional architects and interior designers prefer using deep, wide drawers as they are more useful than cabinets. They allow making use of entire space and depth. Pulling a drawer is more comfortable instead of lowering down or climbing up to reach a cabinet. But that’s not the case always!
Do You Hate Wasted Space? The glory of custom cabinets is that you no longer need to deal with wasted space. You can work with your designer and cabinet maker to create unique storage ideas to fill every nook and cranny. We offer you this example here: a small corner space turned into useful drawers where you can hide Tupperware, smaller bowls, utensils and anything else you can fit!
Making Your Kitchen a Smart Space When planning to redesign, it is important to determine how much storage will be needed and organize it in a way that optimizes workflow. Depending on the size and the amount you cook, a good starting template for orientation is five-zone organization. With five-zone organization, the kitchen is divided into five distinct usage and storage zones: consumables, non-consumables, cleaning, preparation, and cooking. To help get the most out of the space, it is highly recommended to select fully-extending drawers and avoid putting shelves in lower levels. Both storage choices will enable easy and quick access to all necessities.
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