Designing a kitchen is far more complicated and important than designing any of the other rooms in a house. While on the one hand it may seem less so, as the options are more limited having to fit in every appliance and work surface, the fact of the matter is that a poorly designed kitchen can be the bane of the family cook and make hurried breakfasts more of a nightmare than they need to be. The kitchen is a room that you will be spending a lot of time in, meaning that you’ll have to look at it a lot; and one that you’ll be doing a lot of work in, meaning that you’ll be struggling to find and use things a lot.
The first thing to consider when
Next you will need to decide on the appliances and design of the cupboards and sideboards. You should go for something cohesive that matches your flooring and tiles (sideboards in the same colour as the flooring is a good look while cupboards can be chosen to match the walls). To keep your cupboards
Finally you need to select your appliances. These should again compliment the colour scheme you’ve now developed and be both practical and aesthetically pleasing (going again for minimal amounts of buttons and handles). As far as possible these should fit seamlessly into work surfaces and cupboards. For example your fridge may look like any other cupboard when shut, while hobs should be on the work surfaces rather than part of a separate unit which gathers crumbs down the sides. Another trapping of
Once you’ve chosen all of the parts it’s simply a matter of assembling them in a way around the kitchen that allows you to reach multiple appliances and work surfaces at once while maximising the space available to move around in.