Published at Tuesday, 06 November 2018. Kitchen Interior. By Lucien Chevotet.
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.
Stick to a single style and pattern. Don't change it now and then. Go for monochromatic palette. This can also be termed as a continuous pattern. You can add personality and interest to a kitchen space even with monochromatic palette. Black and white pattern across a counter is graphic and unexpected. Warm up a neutral kitchen by using color shades and textures of gray, ivory and cream. Use bright pop ups of lemon and turquoise on grey or white palette to charm up the kitchen look. If you select upon modern theme for your kitchen then choose on a bold color and high glossy finish. Cherry red and vanilla white is one of the best combination for a kitchen. This combination would take kitchen to a daring high.
We had decided to open up the kitchen - that it would only have two walls with an island that was filled with drawers - big drawers with heavy file cabinet drawer slides (The things that filing drawers use to pull in and out smoothly while supporting the heavy load of paper, files and books.) They can support over 100 pounds each and we thought they would work fine to support drawers that held large stand mixers, iron pots and pans as well as dishes. We built drawers that were tall enough to hold big bowls and other tall things that are used in the kitchen. We also made drawers that were deep enough to hold baking pans and all sorts of things for cooking. There were even spice drawers with angled racks in the drawer so the labels could be easily read.
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