Published at Wednesday, 14 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.
Many new homeowners I've talked to think of home improvement to be a daunting task. True, it can be for those who attempt to completely renovate their entire home at once. They are often faced with a number of different problems all at once dealing with having to move furniture and other items out of the way so the renovation can take place. For smart homeowner, a kitchen redesign is easier since they choose to only do a little bit at a time. Completing each project, such as adding soapstone stoves or a soapstone counter, one project at a time avoids many of the everyday hassles and interruptions of daily life.
We had the contractors start the parade - looking at the layout of the kitchen and the cabinet construction, the overall construction of the house and the kitchen in particular. The bids came in - slowly at first and then in a deluge. The prices were astounding. This was in the early 1980's and the low bid was $12,000, and that was for a new sink, paint and "new cabinet facings" (new doors on the existing cabinets!) Now the house was not inexpensive, but these prices were out of sight! Times were much like today, many people out of work and contracts were few and far between.
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