Published at Tuesday, 16 October 2018. Kitchen Interior. By Max Rodier.
The most intriguing challenge that haunts an interior designer while setting up the design of a modern kitchen is space management. Unlike the yester years, not many of the modern families stay in bungalows or family mansions which have all the space in the world to utilize. Majority of the modern apartments, especially in urban Indian cities are pigeon's holes and space management is the key to fine living. You will find a lot of space-saving furniture which are especially deigned keeping in mind these modern apartments and in kitchens too, things are no different. The interior design ideas for modern kitchen are based on this concept and the designers are coming up with innovative ideas that not only saves space but enable you to fit in as many items in as minimal space as possible.
Planning the kitchen is very important, this is because a wrong placement of kitchen furniture and it could mean walking 5 steps for every little utensil, you really don't want that. My advice is to make a brainstorm, put all your appliances that you use and group the ones that are most often used together. After you have grouped them, then you should decide where the group is going to go. Now you should design the kitchen interior. I have learnt from my experiences that it is much, much easier to group the appliances and then remodel the kitchen interior accordingly, as this saves time and any unnecessary mistakes. Also remember to try and give as much spare space to every group. This can be quite difficult for small kitchen but is very important.
Some kitchens have an incompetent layout or plan which is why sometimes it feels too overcrowded even if there are a few people in the kitchen. If your kitchen has this kind of floor plan then you would need some major redesigning that is if your finances allow it. Try lengthening a few countertops, removing bulky pantry shelves or getting rid of that center island. In place of the pantry shelves, try cupboards or cabinets. Some expert kitchen designers even suggest closed shelves located below countertops and open cabinets, storage shelves, rack, cupboards and hooks above.
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