Hello World! Welcome Friends! If you’re preparing for your own kitchen renovation, than you are probably disoriented as to where to start. There are many things to lend your attention to, starting with those Quartz countertops and going all the way to that Kitchen backsplash you’ve always wanted. Before you start the actual renovation process, make sure to check out these tips on how to get the most out of your kitchen and how to effectively crown your kitchen renovation a success before it even begins.
Keep it simple
The first thing you must keep in mind is that there doesn’t have to be any extra, pointless work involved when trying to do simple kitchen tasks. The best way to ensure this is by placing everything in a relevant spot. For instance, if you have a breakfast table, make sure the cereal, bowls and all breakfast foods are nicely stored near the breakfast table. Keep your favorite pans above the stove, so preparing the cooking space will be quick.
Make sure there is enough room to walk
The worst thing that you can do to a kitchen is restrict its space in such a way that you can’t comfortably move in it. If you fill up your kitchen with appliances or allocate too much real estate to one element or the other, you risk making it impossible to walk easily from one end to another. It is essential that you are able to walk, and not have to shimmy your way to the refrigerator. This helps not only when cooking, but also when serving, cleaning up and even hanging out in the kitchen.
Design your kitchen in such a way that it doesn’t require you to go around in order to reach the refrigerator for instance. The fridge, as well as other appliances, should be accessible from anywhere in the kitchen, to both the cook and anyone that just comes in to grab something from the freezer real quick. Implementing this level of access is what makes a kitchen comfortable and inviting, not to mention extremely functional.
Be careful not to place cabinets in corners
This is a design error that plagues many kitchens. If you place your cupboards or cabinets too close to the corner of the room, you risk not being able to open their doors fully. This can be problematic from both an aesthetic and functional perspective, and you’d better strive to find a place closer to the middle of the room for anything with doors on it. Alternatively, you could go the opposite route and buy cabinets that open at an angle, so that placing them in the corner will help you save a lot of space.
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