Finally, the last thing to define is the style of your kitchen. Today the kitchen is as important as any other room when it comes to decorating. Colors and floorings, wall shades, work top material, design furniture…you have plenty of choices.
5 tips to get the perfect layout!
This is a layout that is suited to a closed and narrow kitchen or on the contrary integrated with another room. Movement from one area to another is limited to a single line. To reduce moving back and forth, place the sink in the center and the cooking station and refrigerator on each side. If the room is closed, you can place a table or a foldable shelf over the counter.
In a space that’s long, but wide, this layout is effective because it minimizes the distance between the three areas of the work triangle. The ideal space between the two counters is 1.20 meters.
This layout is based on two adjacent kitchen walls. If one of them has a window, make sure to install a sink below. In the corner, it’s a good idea to integrate revolving doors. This type of kitchen also allows you to add a dining area
It can be either open or closed, and it works for every room size. It’s highly practical and allows you to have all of the necessary elements and utensils within reach. In the case of an open kitchen, one of the counters can be used as a separation from the rest of the room, and it can then be converted into a bar.
This is one of the trendiest kitchen styles. It requires a lot of space because the island is added to your single-wall kitchen in a L-shape or a U-shape. If you want to incorporate a sink or a cooking station, make sure to plan the installation of water and electricity inlets beforehand.