Published at Tuesday, 16 October 2018. Kitchen Interior. By Lucien Chevotet.
One of these mistakes in kitchen interior design is not taking advantage of the storage spaces in the kitchen. There should be approximately forty-eight to seventy-two inches of cabinets for dishes and glasses above your sink and dishwasher for convenience. There should be approximately forty-eight to seventy-two inches of cabinet space near your oven for holding the cooking dishes and supplies. Floor cabinets or base cabinets should be placed near the stovetop for pots and pans.
Aside from redesigning cabinets and countertops to get more space, appliances should all be placed in one corner of the kitchen such as the fridge, microwave, sink and stove. This way you would not need to move across the kitchen when cooking plus it organizes appliances at one corner or side of the kitchen for ease of movement plus more space.
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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